So I’ve just completed my exams for the NewtsReadathon2018 and have decided to throw myself straight into another challenge. Sequel September is hosted here by Kathy.
Which series do I hope to finish for the Sequel September readathon?
Here finally is my first official #SixForSunday post on my blog! I’ve been following Steph’s wonderful meme for a while now, I dip in and out of participating via Twitter @AnAverageLife88 and have been excited to do my first blog addition!
I’m so glad that this week’s prompt is SIX BOOKS THAT HAVE BEEN ON MY TBR FOREVER, what a great place to start.
Continue reading “#SixForSunday; TBR Books”
Find out which upcoming book release holds a place on my never-ending TBR…
Can’t Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme run by Wishful Endings and previously Breaking The Spine. We’re here to spotlight upcoming releases and tell you what we’re most excited to read. A great way to extend our ever-growing TBRs. Want to join in? Let @Tressa tell you all about it. Here now is my very first contribution!
VOX by Christina Dalcher
Release Date: 23rd August 2018
Greetings, to all Pure Women.
You should all be fitted with your new wrist counters. A symbol of your purity and devotion to your family. Life is simpler now. Just 100 words a day.
Your role is in the house. Your husband takes care of everything else.
Instead, you should focus on values of modesty, submission, humility and purity. Love, honour and most importantly, obey. You know the rules. Just one word over 100 and your wrist counter will send 1,000 volts through your body. Choose your words carefully.
You have the right to remain silent.
VOX has been on my wish list for months now, I love a good dystopian, especially feasible ones. The how-it-happened explanations or character rationales can make or break this kind of book for me. I’ve seen a lot of trusted bloggers give high ratings for VOX so I’m hoping it’s well written. I started watching The Handmaids Tale recently and Naomi Alderman – Power is on my TBR for Newts Readathon 2018 so VOX fits perfectly into my current reading interests.
Have you read it? Will you buy it? Which books can’t you wait for?
Let me know..