2013 Book Challenges: February Edition

Alright, SOME progress this month. I’m hoping March will be a heck of a lot better when it comes to books. I managed to kill two birds with one stone (Being Henry David) which rocks!. Maybe I’m not as fucked as I thought.

2013 Debut Author Challenge

Goal: 13

Read: 3

Total: 3

Being Henry David by Cal Armistead

Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans

The Nightmare Affair by Mindee Arnett

2013 TBR Pile

Goal: 50

Read:4

Total: 4

Eighth Grade Bites (Chronicles of Vladimir Tod#1) by Heather Brewer

Intertwined (Intertwined#1) by Gena Showalter

Stoner and Spaz (Stoner#1) by Ron Koertge

Shadow and Bone (The Grisha#1) by Leigh Bardugo

2013 YA Contemporary Challenge

Goal: 30

Read: 1

Total: 2

Being Henry David by Cal Armistead

2013 Sophomore Challenge

Goal: 20

Read: 0

Total: 0

 

How are your challenges going? Send me links so I can check them out!

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Favourite Book Quotes Of The Week#16

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A list of my favourite quotes from books I’ve read in the past week. Leave a comment telling me what your favourite quotes are! I’ll be sure to check your post out too!

Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans

10861195Favourite Quote:

That’s what moving so often can do to you. It makes you continually question your place in the world, and seek out those few who understand what you’re going through.

Eighth Grade Bites (Chronicles of Vladimir Tod#1) by Heather Brewer

530848Favourite Quote: Because teachers, no matter how kind, no matter how friendly, are sadistic and evil to the core.

Intertwined (Intertwined#1) by Gena Showalter

6344423Favourite Quotes:

1. There might be a girl inside his head, but he wasn’t a wimp.

2. “I’m aware that fear of consequences causes us to guard our secrets. But it’s our actions when faced with temptation that define who we are. It’s our courage in admitting what we’ve done wrong that makes us forgivable.”

3. One thing he’d learned over the years was that there was no honour in fighting. You did whatever was necessary to win, even kick someone when they were down–especially when they were down–or you suffered.

4. People revealed their secrets when they were ready. Pushing them only gave birth to bitterness.