August ’14 in Review

Posted September 2, 2014 by Lillian in Features / 0 Comments

Monthly Rewind

I really cannot believe that today is the first day of September and August is already over! Where is time going? It will be Christmas before you know it!! August was an interesting month on the blog. I had a lot of fun reads and reviews, a couple of blog tours and an interview, which is always a blast! What were you up to this past month?

Favorite August Read

Cover - The LegacyThe Legacy by Melissa Delport

I’m a sucker for post-apocalyptic, dystopian worlds, and this book is just that. Set about thirty years in the future, after 14 days of nuclear bombing destroyed the world as we know it, one young woman is determined to make life a better place to live. From the first word to the last, I was hooked. If you enjoyed The Hunger Games and Divergent, then you don’t want to miss this book. It was darker, written for the New Adult genre, and a little more violent that the popular YA favorites, but it is by far my favorite read this year 😀

Favorite August Quote

All gone, he thought. Builders, farmers, teachers, students. Is this how we end? Jumbled parts in a mass grave, swept under a clean white carpet?

~Wils Brandl from The End of Innocence by Allegra Jordan

Reviews in August

Interviews in August

Interview

Coming up in September

So this whole blogging thing just keeps getting more and more exciting! This month I’ve got a couple of interviews (authors Kory M. Shrum and Monique Snyman), a blog tour, cover reveals and of course some great reads. Here’s a few of the books I’m looking forward to sharing with you…
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What are you looking forward to most in September? My family and I (in addition to good books) are looking forward to college football (Go Vols 😀 ) Any books coming out you’re excited for? What’s on your TBR list this month?

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