Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Kaniesha's TTT: Top Ten Books I Would Classify As All Time Favorite Books From The Past 3 Years

Top Ten Tuesday is a book blog meme created and hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. This week we're choosing the top ten books we would classify as all time favorites!

* Post was edited, I didn't realize it was from the past three years! So I'll be considering the books I've read in the past three years and not just published.

Cruel Beauty is definitely one of my all time favorites -- I love it to bits and pieces. I don't know why (Ignifex) but there's something intriguing about it (Ignifex). The Diviners was simply brilliant and you'd have to fight me if you disagree. (You actually wouldn't have to fight me).

Of Metal and Wishes! I couldn't stop talking about this one for months, omg. I still think everyone should read it. I think I'm just......... Melik. Alright, I like cute boys. All of these books have cute boys. Cute boys and kickass girls! I love these books. Pantomime is just, I can't stop thinking about this one. I need more. Same for The Rose Master, I really can't get this one out of my head! *sigh* Books.

Okay, but that was really hard! Some honorable mentions: The Holders by Julianna Scott, Angelfall by Susan Ee, Daughter of Smoke & Bone by Laini Taylor, basically anything you see in this list...

How about you guys? Share any ultimate favorites with me? :D

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Kaniesha's February 2015 Roundup

Pantomime by Laura Lam Rating: 5/5 stars
The 57 Lives of Alex Wayfare by Rating: 4.5/5 stars
Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas Rating: 5/5 stars
The Demon King by Cinda Williams Chima Rating: 4/5 stars

The Exiled Queen by Cinda Williams Chima

Still Reading:


Our posts from February:

Reading Challenge Update:
Flights of Fantasy: 2/25
Dive Into Diversity: 0/12
Debut Author Challenge: 0/10
Fairytale Challenge: 1/5

Hmmm, February isn't the slowest reading month for me, surprisingly! I've been reading mostly when I'm at work when things are slow and I've gotten a couple books read that way. But I still don't want to review anything, so my posts on the blog have been very minimal :( I'm really losing my motivation for book blogging but it's not just this, I'm losing motivation for a lot of things. Life slump! Especially with working, I'm just too exhausted to deal with anything, *throws pity party* Heh, hopefully I'll get back into the swing of things soon.

How was everyone's February?

Monthly Releases: March 2015

As of August 2014, Monthly Releases is a way for Heather and Kaniesha to spotlight their anticipated books for the upcoming month instead of the weekly Waiting on Wednesdays.


March appears to be a slow publishing month for me! I'm not sure if I'm up to date with new releases or not but this is what I've got for now. I found The Mermaid's Sister via Goodreads homepage- I love mermaids and I love that cover! I've been waiting for The Storyspinner since last year, it seems promising. I actually recently won a copy of The Winner's Crime, I hope it arrives soon if it's an arc, though I haven't read The Winner's Curse yet! I've been waiting for Shadow Scale for eons! EONS! And last but not least, Instinct by Sherrilyn Kenyon. I've actually been avoiding this series since I read that it's going to have a dozen books. I can't remember the first three books so I need to re-read them, especially because while reading the fourth I got really annoyed because I was remembering the series incorrectly. I'm afraid the series is worse than I've hyped it up to be and I don't want to face that reality :'(

Regardless! Books! What releases are you guys looking forward to this month?


I only recently began reading the Fairyland series!  =/  D'oh, but I cannot express my excitement about the fourth book coming out so soon.  I really don't need to go into details about my Carriger obsession, do I?  I'm so thankful Prudence is finally coming because I've been waiting for it since I heard about it!  And ofc, I couldn't forget the paperback edition of the final Skulduggery Pleasant book since the first book was one of my top reads of last year.