Here goes. *stands up.* My name is Brielle and I'm addicted to books, but we both knew that, didn't we?
Yes, I did buy more books. Quite a few more books. Seven, to give you an actual number. Three of them haven't yet arrived, but I ordered them and they should be here soon.
I got this a little while ago. I've started it, and so far it's pretty awesome. It's definitely on the top of my TBR pile, considering the sequel's already out.
If I Stay by Gale Forman
I've been wanting to read this for a while. I saw it last year, but seeing as I had never heard of it before, I didn't get it. I seriously regret that now.
I've seen so many positive reviews of this book, and characters from this book showing up on favorite lists. I've had to kick myself each and every time for not buying it when I had the chance.
I'm sure I'm sounding a bit melodramatic, but I could not get my hands on it at all. It was all very frustrating.
Oh, random question, did anyone else freak out just the slightest (or largest, in my case.) bit thinking that the cover was cut or something? I thought someone had cut the cover, exposing the next page, but all of the copies were like that. The shattered glass on the next page is gorgeous, though. xD
Being Dead by Vivian Vande Velde
Mainly got this one because I wanted something to read when I was craving something creepy. The writing in this one is pretty nice, but I only read a page or two, so I'm not positive about it being gruesome or not.
Vivian Vande Velde, what an interesting name! I'm not sure if it was actually her birth name, or if it was a pen name, but either way its definitely unique.
Confession Time: I picked up this book because it was named after one of my favorite classical pieces. And the cover was amazing.
Although, I bought this book because the back blurb was interesting. It's about a girl learning that she's a werewolf, if you were wondering.
Books I ordered:
Spilling Ink by Anne Mazer and Ellen Potter
What can I say? I like writing.
Bar Code Tattoo by Suzanne Weyn
Once again, I'm late. But this book looks fantastic and I can't wait until it gets here.
Magic Under Glass by Jaclyn Dolamore
I saw this on another blog and decided to buy it myself. I loved the idea of the leading female being the one to save the trapped male. It's nice to have things flipped around for a change.