Thursday, July 24, 2014

Weekly Movellas Post

So, I haven't been posting this, why? Because I've been wrapped up in reading all the amazing One Direction fanfics. Movella is have a "Are you the World’s Best 1D Fanfiction Writer?" competition. So, I've picked three to do for this post! These three are amazing story tells in all there own ways. Each story has there own meaning, ups and downs. So, in no particular order here are three Movellas I've enjoyed reading.... even though there were so many, there's were the ones that popped first in my head.

Release by Orange Beanie
This one kept me guess on what was going to happen next. I was never quite sure if what I thought was going to happen would. For me, the is one of the best parts of a book. Is the 'What's going to happen next?'
Also, can I just point out how cute this cover is!

living with my bully by Mrs.Payne_Irwin
When I first see this one, I wasn't sure if I was going to like it. As it seemed like a fanfic I've read many, many times. But its not it is its own fanfic in many ways. One that I think many readers will enjoy. There is a dash of drama and twist that will keep the readers wanting more.
As for the cover, the photos give you a sneak peep to what the book is about.

Save Me by Sabitha.K

 "How did an angel become a devil?" That is the first line you'll read of this and from that point on its hard to stop. This was one that I can not wait to see where it goes, as it only has a few chapter, I'll be waiting to know more. 
As well, can I just say this is a great cover!

Don't for get to give mine a read here!

Double it Thursday #2

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July 24, 2014 - Favorite book series?


1. Harry Potter, what can I say there is nothing not to love about these books. The world within these books is quite and easy one to get lost in, to fall in love with. Will always be my number on favorite book series!  

2. These is one I just found last year. I fell into the world and still I'm thinking about it and can't wait for others to give it a chance and fall in love with this world like I have. 

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Book Review: Petit Collage: 25 Easy Handmade Projects for Modern Families by Lorena Siminovich

Petit Collage: 25 Easy Handmade Projects for Modern FamiliesPetit Collage: 25 Easy Handmade Projects for Modern Families by Lorena Siminovich
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Petit Collage: 25 Easy Handmade Projects for Modern Families by Lorena Siminovich was one I knew I wanted when I first seen it. I love doing art projects, I have a little brother who loves doing art projects as well. There are many great ideas in the book, a few I know I'll be doing for sure here soon. The photos in the is amazing. They stand out in a way that make the art look easily to do but look nice too. The layout and design makes the book look clean and organized.
My favorite part, other than all the great ideas, would have to be the bight colors used throughout the book; as well as all the different fonts used.
The steps in the book is easy to find and to follow. Their strait to the point and easy for tell what they mean and how to do them. This book is great for people who have or work with kids. There are many ideas to make an area look and feel kid friendly, as well as art that kids will have a blast making.

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I received free from Blogging for Books.  

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Review The Circus in My by S.M. Bjarnson

The Circus in MeThe Circus in Me by S.M. Bjarnson
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Circus in Me by S.M. Bjarnson was, well what can I say a gem! A gem shining brightly lighting up the area around it. Many people should be reading this. S.M. Bjarnson's styles would have to of been my favorite part about this story because her ability to string words together to tell a story like this is breath taking. She has the power of making her word come to life inside your head. It's hard to believe that she is a young writer because her ability and writing style seems as if she's been working on it for years and years.
I don't know a lot about Mormon, but I feel that S.M. Bjarnson's story is a well based balance between everything. There isn't too much of one this or too much over another. I find in some stories writer don't balance, but in Bjarnson's story has that quality.
Tracey is a young girl leaning her way through life. In the being she loses someone close to her and having the change to leave, going to a new place. Building a life that she wants, being the person she wants is something that I feel Tracey thinks is import. Tracey is a different lead character, then in most books I read. In more books I read Tracey would be more like a side character. I found it to be like a fresh breath of air to be read a lead character that is so different.
This is only a 172 pages that will feel even shorter, but oh so worth the read. Readers who like a different style of writing, stories you like a quick pace and one that is different than your everyday reading. This is a book for you. I enjoy this quite a lot and will be telling all my reading friends that this is a must read.

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Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Fangirl Time! Mockingjay teaser #2

Well, it seemed like a simple day, then I go on to Facebook and read the news about the new teaser video for Mockingja. (Eeeing time here) I enjoy the Mockingjay best out of the books, so I can't wait to see the movies. The first teaser video was really simple but nice. Also, leaving me want to see more. But this more was so much better! The style to this video is just how I see the world while reading these books. I love it, best one I've see from the Hunger Games movies. The way it's plays so quickly but has a deadly like feeling to it. Because of this I can't even wait more for the movie.

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Top Ten Tuesday #11

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created here at The Broke and the Bookish. This feature was created because we are particularly fond of lists here at The Broke and the Bookish. We'd love to share our lists with other bookish folks and would LOVE to see your top ten lists!

Each week we will post a new Top Ten list  that one of our bloggers here at The Broke and the Bookish will answer. Everyone is welcome to join. All we ask is that you link back to The Broke and the Bookish on your own Top Ten Tuesday post AND add your name to the Linky widget so that everyone can check out other bloggers lists! If you don't have a blog, just post your answers as a comment. Have fun with it! It's a fun way to get to know your fellow bloggers.

Top Ten Favorite Classic Books

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-Want to read-

-Read But Didn't Like-

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