Another August, another reading challenge. This year’s #ARCAugust is officially over and we hope you all had a productive reading month. Without further ado, here’s our recap for the month: Angie I am just not good at reading lately. Moving and just general life stuff and laziness interfered but these are the four I did manage to finish this month! All the Crooked Saints by Maggie Stiefvater White Rabbit by Caleb Roehrig Starfish by Dawn Akemi Bowman Mask of Shadows by Linsey Miller Shelly I’ve read quite a few more books than I expected to. I’m still not done all of my September physical ARCs but I did finish all my September eARCs Mask of Shadows by Linsey Miller The Girl with the Red Balloon by Katherine Locke They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera Shadowhouse Fall by Daniel José Older You Bring the Distant Near by Mitali Perkins Rebel Seoul by Axie Oh Welcome Home (anthology), edited by… Read more »
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HELLO YES THIS IS LATE BECAUSE SHELLY IS ON VACATION AND WE ARE A DAMN MESS WITHOUT HER We’re officially one week into ARC August! How are y’all doing so far? Angie’s Progress I spent all of last week finalizing my move and unpacking, but I did read two books this weekend on my girls glamping trip at my bosses camper. Read White Rabbit Read Starfish Shelly’s Progress I spent most of the week planning for my vacation (which I am now on so if I disappear, that’s why!) Read Shadowhouse Fall Read You Bring the Distant Near
We’re officially one week into ARC August! How are y’all doing so far? Angie’s Progress Read All the Crooked Saints DNFed Library of Fates and Finding You Shelly’s Progress Read Mask of Shadows, The Girl with the Red Balloon, They Both Die at the End, Shadowhouse Fall I wanted to read more but I got sick this week (WHY) and it is kind of the worst. And don’t forget to join us tonight at 8pm EST for the first #ARCAugust twitter chat!
TODAY’S THE DAY! ARC August is upon us and it’s time to get reading! It’s going to be a fun and hectic month for sure, and we definitely can’t wait to share in the excitement with all of you! Throughout the entire month, make sure to tweet #ARCAugust with your reading progress so we can all follow along and cheer you on! We’ll definitely be using the hashtag to announce giveaways and interviews and we’ll be stalking it as well to be your own personal cheerleaders! Angie’s Goals August is moving month for me so I’ll be pretty busy, but I still plan (okay HOPE) to get at least ten of my ARCs read because I am WOEFULLY behind. These books are of the highest priority for me. PHYSICAL ARCs Alexander Hamilton, Revolutionary by Martha Brockenbrough The Wood by Chelsea Bobulski Dress Codes for Small Towns by Courtney C. Stevens You Bring the Distant Near by Mitali Perkins The Library of Fates by… Read more »
It’s that time of the year! ARC August sign ups are now open! As always here are the rules: Any Advanced Reading Copy counts as part of this reading challenge; your backlist books count No blog necessary to participate, but you’ll need to include some form of social media as part of your sign up Use the #ARCAugust on social media to check-in Twitter Chat We will be hosting TWO twitter chats one on August 7th and one August 28th. Both chats will start at 8pm EST and of course we’ll be using our #ARCAugust tag. Interviews/Giveaways We will be hosting a few authors for interviews and giveaways so make sure to check back our blog regularly for that! Of course, we’ll be tweeting about all of it so make sure to follow the #ARCAugust tag. Special Note From Octavia Remember, ARC August has always been about having fun first and finishing ARCs second. Remember this as you tackle your… Read more »
How to Make Outby Brianna Shrum Published by Sky Pony Press on September 6th 2016 Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Young Adult, YA Pages: 284 Goodreads Sixteen-year-old Renley needs three thousand dollars for the math club’s trip to New York City, and she knows exactly how to get it: she’s going to start a how-to blog where people pay for answers to all of life’s questions from a “certified expert.” The only problems: 1) She doesn’t know how to do anything but long division and calculus. 2) She’s totally invisible to people at school. And not in a cool Gossip Girl kind of way. So, she decides to learn to do . . . well . . . everything. When her anonymous blog shifts in a more scandalous direction and the questions (and money) start rolling in, she has to learn not just how to do waterfall braids and cat-eye makeup, but a few other things, like how to cure a… Read more »
Ahh can you believe we’re in our last week-ish of ARC August? How was your reading this week? This week, I read: Iron Cast by Destiny Soria Girl Mans Up by M-E Girard How to Make Out by Brianna Shrum How has your reading been this week? What’s on your TBR for the last week of August?
Hey everyone! Today marks the start of week 3 meaning we are halfway done with ARC August! I finally finished my last exam this weekend meaning I can finally start really getting into all these ARCs. In terms of other news, our #ARCAugust Twitter chat was last night! I’m feeling extremely lazy so here’s a list of the books I’ve read this week! – Furthermore by Tahereh Mafi (4/5 stars!) – Queens of Geek by Jen Wild (5/5 stars!) I’m 80% through Timekeeper by Tara Sim so I’ll see if I finish it before this post goes live! How are you doing so far? What books have you read this week?
Happy week 2 of ARC August! Don’t forget to use the hashtag on Twitter to keep track of everything and join us on our Twitter Chat this Sunday August 14th at 8pm EST! I’ve only read 3 ARCs this week. Hopefully I can get this week on track and read a few more. The ones I’ve read are: Ghostly Echoes by William Ritter Keeping Her Secret by Sarah Nicolas The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barhil How are you doing with your goals? How many books did you read in the first week?
ARC August starts TODAY! We have over 180+ sign ups this round and we are so pumped to get reading! If you are joining us this round, send any questions to our Twitter page and don’t forget to track your progress on social media using #ARCAugust, so we can all motivate each other and get those ARCs read!