Yesterday, I went to the Chapter By Chapter Book Rave (or #CBCBR for short).
It was AMAZING!
I got to buy lots of books, meet SO MANY authors, got their signatures and had pictures with them. It was a dream come true to fangirl in person.They all agreed that my name is awesome, and of course, I thanked my mom (who was standing some what stunned next to me, she's never been to a book event before, so who can blame her?)
AND, I got a signed advance reader copy (ARC) of the next book in the Rusk Universtiy series by Cora Carmack: ALL LINED UP. Yup. You read that right. Be jealous. I finished it today. It was amazing, and it is well worth the wait for you poor souls who haven't already read it. :) I'll be posting my review once it goes on public sale too, so keep an eye out for that.
If it were possible for people to have book soul mates, this would be mine.
Shana's overwhelming creative passion (photography) is like my love of writing (obviously). I do also have a camera, but that's besides the point because I barely know how to use it. Actually, maybe it's not so irrelevant because my late grandma (who's my equivalent of Shana's dad, though Grammy never got cranky no matter how bad things got) was the one who bought me the camera.
I like Madoc and Fallon a lot better than Tate and Jared, but I was wrong to think that Madoc was much better than his best friend. I should have seen it coming, like attracts like and all. But, anyway, it was a good read and I did like the two of them together.
I liked this one a lot better, which surprised me. It's essentially a flip of Bully, and you probably already know how I felt about that. Maybe the reason I like this is because it gives me a peek into the bully's mind.
That's not to say that knowing Jared's reasoning has softened me toward him. On the contrary, his reasoning earned pity (for only what he suffered), but it actually infuriated me even more regarding his treatment of Tate.
A 100% engaging story with strong characters and an interesting plot. However, I didn't like Tate and Jared together. Maybe it's because of my own experience with certain people in middle school, but if I had been in Tate's position, I would never forgive Jared, much less want to date him.
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