Read This Month

January, February & March

As I stated in the beginning of the year, I had my final exams so I wasn't reading or posting that often. So I gathered my monthly wrap-ups for the start of the year in this one.

Part of not reading also meant that I didn't read a classic-a-month like I usually do, but I'll get back to that in April.

Also for this year I decided to add some other data into the wrap-ups, so we'll see how that goes.


1. Girl Code REVIEW, Non-fiction
2. A is for Arsenic REVIEW, Non-fiction
3. The Harbinger REVIEW, ebook
4. Geekerella REVIEW


Male/Female author:
        100% female
        50% nonfiction,
        25% fantasy,
        25% contemporary/retelling 
        25% ebook,
        75% physical books
        100% sent to me (for honest reviews)


Book Adaptations


These are (maybe) all the book to movie adaptations coming out this year that I am interested in.
*bolded* -  the ones are adapted fromcomics
*space before the title* - The indented ones I'm not sure if I'll watch

Books&Lala made a blog post about ones she is looking forward to with more variety so check that out: link

Series of Unfortunate Events (Going on)
A Monster Calls (Came out)
    Before I Fall (March)
Beauty and the Beast (March)
    Logan (Mar)
         ^aka Wolverine
Charming (April)
        ^this is a animated musical comedy about fairytales, with Demi Lovato, Sia, Avril Lavigne,
         Ashley Tisdale etc. as voices
Everything, everything (May)
Gardians of the Galaxy 2 (May)
     Captain Underpants (June)
Wonder Woman (June)
     Despicable Me 3 (June)
Divergent: ascendant Tv movie (June) (?)
Spider-man (July)
     Valerian (Jul)
Kingsman (Sept)
Murder on the Orient Express (Nov)
Let it Snow (Nov)
Wonder (Nov)
Justice League (Nov)
     Thor (Nov)
Star Wars VIII (Dec)
  Pitch Perfect 3 (Dec)
         ^you're all wondering why this is here: the first movie was technically based on a non-fiction
          book, and I'm just really excited for this movie so I listed it

Unspecified, (release):
Ashes in the Snow (aka Between Shades of Gray)
Little Mermaid
Lion King
Descendants 2 TV movie
    Big Little Lies TV show


Book Cake, TAG


Flour – A book that was slow in the beginning, but then really picked up.
The Cardturner by Louis Sachar. It reads like a non-fiction but once you get into it you start liking it

Butter or Margarine – A book that has a really good rich plot.
Harry Potter Going back and reading them always somehow brings more depth and things you didn't notice at first
Eggs – A book you thought you weren’t going to like but ended up loving.
I didn't exactly end up loving them, but I was really pleasantly suprised when I read The Infernal Devices especially because I didn't like the Mortal Instruments as everyone else it seemed
Sugar – A super sweet book.
Stephanie Perkins & Kasie West are two authors whose books I reach when in need of a fluffy book
Icing – A book that covers everything you enjoy in a book (sad, funny, action,…etc.)
Alice in Zombieland has the sadness, funniness, action and fairytaleness that I love
Sprinkles – A book that you can turn to to make you feel better.
Roald Dahl and Dr Seuss books always makes me feel better, even after all my rereads, since they take me back to my childhood
Cherry on Top – The best book you’ve read so far this year.
I've only read a couple of books so far this year, but I'll go with Cinder and Ella
Read on lovelies,