Something About Books | Currently Reading, etc.

I'm one of those people that can read a million books at once, so I thought it would be nice to sit down and discuss what I'm currently reading, what I've finished and what not. I like to see what other people are reading as well. Goodreads is a good place to keep a virtual bookshelf of what you want to read next, what you've already read, and you can write reviews on it and everything. You can find me on goodreads here.


This image was taken from Amazon.com

I'll admit that when I started writing this post, I was halfway through this book. I've since finished it (whoops) and honestly have nothing but good things to say about it. Let It Snow is written by three different authors. Each of them write about ten chapters of a story and it's blended together seamlessly. The first story is of a girl who's dating someone who might not be right for her. The second of a boy who is in love with his best friend and definitely doesn't know it. And the last is of a yet another girl who is just a little caught up in her own world. The stories take place in the same little town and move over the expanse of three days. I would recommend that you actually read this during December, since it is more of a Christmas type book and the mood would just be better set with snow outside your window.


This crappy photo is credit to me : )

The other book I'm currently in the middle of is, don't laugh, a biography of Henry VIII. Henry the 8. Henry 8. Henry Rex. Henry Tudor. If you're not annoyed with me yet, then that means I still have your attention. As most of the people who know me well know, I'm slightly obsessed with Tudor era England. I want to blame BBC's The Tudors (which you should definitely watch because Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Henry Cavill are all the reasons why) but I can't place the blame on them, really. In sixth grade, I had a history project given to me on the monarch and, because I was a child and not really interested, I did some lame family tree and passed with a C minus. Whoop! However, once the project was done and over with, I still found myself looking up information on the Tudor family. Not to mention The Other Boleyn Girl came out and that got me hooked. By the way, don't watch that as it's not historical correct. (Neither is the Tudors, but it's a lot closer). Anyway, The Mask of Royalty is a deep look into the man that most people know as 'The Wife Killer'. This is the first biography on the king that I've read and so far, I'm really liking it. It definitely gives you another side of him to look at and if you're a history buff or just like learning about random things, I would get into this.


E.L.F. haul coming soon! I just have to get the package from my mum's house! : )
What have you been reading?

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