Wednesday, December 31

New Year's Eve Countdown Survey

Hello guys. Today I brought you this awesome Countdown Survey created at Christy and Erica's lovely blog, Novel Ink. Hope you'll enjoy. :)

Click on the covers for Goodreads page. 

10 - 2015 Books You're Excited About





9 - Favorite Books of 2014




8 - Books You Never Wanted To End 


7 - Book You'll Re-Read Next


6 - Series You Need To Finish


5 - Golden Finds (Unpopular Books You Loved)


4 - Book You Wish Were Movies/TV Shows


3 - Books You Never Finished


2 - Favorite Love Doves

Sydney and Adrian from The Bloodlines series
America and Maxon from The Selection series

1 - Book You Wish You Would Have Gotten Around to Reading in 2014

That's all for today, I hope 2015 will be an awesome year for all of you. 



  1. I can't wait for The Heir and The Ruby Circle! I actually have The Way We Bared Our Souls already preordered, I can't wait to read it :)

    I seriously need to read We Were Liars, I've heard such amazing things about it! Great choices for your Love Doves, I love both of those couples <3

    1. I can't wait to finally see Adrian and Sydney get their happy ending! The Way We Bared Our Souls sounds so unique and amazing, hope it will live up to both of our expectations!

      It is an amazing book, I hope you'll end up liking it.
      Thanks! :)

  2. L.A Rose is seriously an under-dog! I love all of her books, and if you enjoyed James Games, then you will love Icy Pretty Love . . . well if you haven't read it already. You have so many books on your survey that I have enjoyed this year. I'm super excited to start the Raven Cycle, everyone keeps talking about how great it is, and finally I can see for myself. I also hauled Unravel in November and after reading the synopsis I knew I had to pick it up. Sounds soooo dysfunctional, which I love ! We Were Liars and Cress also made it to my top list this year, Fairest is one of my most anticipated reads of the upcoming year. Great post, I'll definitely be following to keep up with your blog :)

    1. I have yet to read Icy Pretty Love but I'm really looking forward to it. I read Adrian Lessons but it wasn't as good as James Games in my opinion, not sure what you think. The Raven Cycle series are AMAZING, Maggie Stiefvater is one of the most talented authors out there. Unravel was one of the most touching books I read this year, so many surprising things happened in it.
      I really hope Fairest will live up to our expectations. Until this point the series kept becoming better and better and it would be a disappointment if that would stop.
      Thanks and thanks for following!

    2. I hope you pick it up soon! I do agree that James Games was better than Adrian Lessons, that Fiona was crazy as hell but I loved her! I'm so excited to pick up the Raven Boys. I'm actually reading it this week with a few bloggers and we're so pumped since everyone loves this series. That's my fear when it comes to Fairest, that because we're all so excited to read it, it won't live up to our expectations. Fingers crossed that isn't the case.

  3. The Ruby Circle! Oh gosh, I still have to read The Fiery Heart and Silver Shadows but I honestly don't want the series to end. I had such a book hangover once I finished The Vampire Academy series a while back (2 or three years ago) and even though I was so excited about the idea of a spin-off, I'm still sad that this February I'll have to say goodbye to that world. Ahhhh, bookish problems!
    THE CATCHER IN THE RYE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I knew you already love it but I always feel so happy when I see people loving this book. The hate it gets breaks my heart and I'm also planning on re-reading it this year. I read it 2 years ago and it helped me personally. I wanna read it again and see what other emotions makes me feel because my personal situation has changed a lot.

    1. I can't believe you still haven't read them, who am I going to obsess to about The Ruby Circle when I finish it? Yeah, I wish there would be another spin-off series, maybe about Marcus.
      I have no freaking idea why people hate on The Catcher in the Rye. It's a wonderful book with a sort of realistic main character as I see.


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