I must say that I haven’t had waffles in years. And after this tag, I may be hanging for some, which isn’t the greatest at midnight on a Monday morning.
I found this tag on Hammock of Books. Kay is an absolute jewel. And I want everyone to follow her blog.
- Link back to the original creator, Kat @ Novels & Waffles
- Feel free to use any of the waffle graphics in this post, just make sure to credit her (pretty please with lots of maple syrup on top) (I’m definitely going to be using them because they’re super cute!!! –Kay)
- Tag as many people as you want (or don’t want) to. No pressure here, folks
I’ll be fifty years old, and people will still be talking about Harry Potter. What I won’t stand is a remake of the movies though.
The entire series is the cutest. And I love how Cassidy Blake embraces her supernatural powers. She’s the little girl I was. She doesn’t quite fit in and finds friends in the unlikeliest of places.
I used to sow with my Mom when I was in high school. I loved when I had time alone with her. And Spin the Dawn reminds me of those special moments. It’s one of those books that stands out from the rest of the YA titles.
I absolutely loved this book. And one character who stuck out to me is Hyde, one of the bonded males to the male character. He’s a necromancer. And while he has unique abilities, he uses them to cheer up Devicka. And I adore that.
I believe my heart is still shattered after reading this book. I loved how the author plays with your emotions and makes you root for the main character. I wanted her to find love, not resurrect it.
When I got the ARC for Crier’s Ward, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Even though I’m waiting to read it, I am thrilled to get the chance. A human girl falls for an andriod female.
Thirteen books. Thirteen books are in the main series. And I read all of them, including novellas and graphic novels. And I’m surprised I lasted to the end. I never thought I’d get through.
I don’t have much, but I do love my Pride and Prejudice headband I got from HarperCollins Frenzy Presents and my ereader. I just wish I bought a Kindle, not a Kobo.