April 2017 Wrap-up

Look, I’m actually doing wrap-ups like I said I would! Its a bit late but…I’m trying.


Books I Read –

I…didn’t read much this month. I’ve been in a reading slump this whole year it seems, exacerbated by school and testing season. UGGHHH. Summer will be the time of arc/tbr catch up…

The Love Interest by Cale Dietrich

 

The Adventures of Technicality Man by Jessica Meats

Online Marketing for Busy Authors: A Step-By-Step Guide by Fauzia Burke


Posts I Published –

I had a pretty great blogging month though! Several reviews. Some guest posts. A discussion. And…I went a little blog tour/cover reveal/book blitz happy. What do you think of that?

Study Guide: AP United States History

Book Review: Milk and Honey

NetGalley Review: Zenn Diagram

NetGalley Review: Royce Rolls

NetGalley Review: Get It Together, Delilah!

Book Review: Ask The Passengers

Spring Break Reading Plans

Guest Post: 5 Benefits of Writing for Mental Health by Talasi Guerra

Throwback Thursday: Gene Therapy Treated Disease – Hemophilia B

Panic! At The Disco Book Tag (Original)

Netgalley Review: It’s All Absolutely Fine

Easter Book Tag

Guest Post: Standalones That Should Get A Sequel by B @ Icebreaker694

Cover Reveal: Before I Shatter

Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Things That Make Me Want To Read A Book

Cover Reveal: Dream Frequency by SJ Lomas

Top 5 Wednesday: LGBTQ+ Reads

Waiting on Wednesday #1 – Last Semester

Book Review: Not If I See You First

Cover Reveal: Tethered (Intertwined series #2) by Jenn Marie

Book Blitz: Last Semester by Corine Mekaouche

Q & A From Icebreaker694

Book Blitz: Shearwater by D.S. Murphy

Book Review: Girl Against The Universe

Guest Post by B @ Icebreaker694: YA Books Around the World – A List

Cover Reveal: From Russia, With Love by Erin Lee

Book Blitz: A School for Dragons by Amy Wolf

Guest Post by Gonzalo JN Dias : Author Spotlight

Release Day Celebration: BLOOD ROAD

Top Ten Tuesday: That Will Make Me Instantly NOT Want To Read A Book

Waiting on Wednesday #2 – Always and Forever, Lara Jean by Jenny Han

Top 5 Wednesday: Authors I Have To Read More From

Book Blitz: The Knight by Victora Danann

Discussion: When Do You Post Reviews

Cover Reveal: Karma by Cynthia Vespia

Guest Post: Writing A Pitch by AM Blaushild

Songs I’m Listening To This Month #2

Cover Reveal: Colorless

Poem: Despite Your Heart Of Gold (I’m Not The One You Need To Save)

Book Blitz: Lux and Lies

Book Blitz: Streets of Glass by Michelle D. Argyle

Book Blitz: Ensnared

Book Blitz: The Bodyguard

Book Blitz: Empty Threat

Cover Reveal: Tide by Deirdre Riordan Hall

Guest Post: Awesome Book Reviewers by Chantelle Griffin

Cover Reveal – Anything But Real

Waiting on Wednesday #3 – When Dimple Met Rishi

Cover Reveal – Diving Under

Cover Reveal: Quinsey Wolfe’s Glass Vault by Candace Robinson

Top 5 Wednesday: SFF Cover Art

Guest Post: Meeting a Favorite Author by Chantelle Griffin


Life –

Life is good. Its testing season and I’m FREAKING OUT. But otherwise good. I took the AP Chemistry exam on Monday. That was…a thing that happened. I think I did well? Ish. I did well-ish. I’m going to stop talking before college board kills me now.

I have AP US History tomorrow. Then AP Calculus AB and AP English Language next week. This Saturday I’m taking the Chemistry and Math II subject tests as well. But after that I’m free to read and blog and work on silver knight. And caught up on the frankly horrifying amount of e-galleys I have from Netgalley. And I have to read ACOMAF because ACOWAR just come out and my best friend is minutes away from beating me to death with the book because I haven’t read it. (Thats an exaggeration by the way, she’s not actually going to murder me – just…scream and force the book at me a lot).

Guest Post: Standalones That Should Get A Sequel by B @ Icebreaker694

Hi!

I’m so excited to be a guest post on RiverMoose-Reads! I’d like to thank Sam for having me on here!

I’ve composed a list for all of you to enjoy! I’ve once made a similar post for this for anime, but now I’m doing it for YA books! But this post was actually hard to make since most of the books I’ve read will be getting a series. But still I hope you enjoy reading this, and here are standalones that I think should get a series/sequel!


#1 

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Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

I really liked this book a lot, and even though I’m pretty satisfied with the ending, I’d still like to have a second book. Will Cath fangirl about something else? How is Cath’s relationship with her and her sister going? Also I would want more Levi moments!

 

#2

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Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell

I know I’m probably cheating with another Rowell book, but I really think that this book should get a second one. The ending is bittersweet, and leaves off at a “sort of” suspenseful moment. I’d like a second book just to see if they fare after that ending.

 

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Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson

To be perfectly honest I really want all of Morgan Matson’s books to have a sequel. But I want one more for this book in particular. It leaves off at Amy finally moving away, and Roger promises to see her again, so I’d like to know if they ever fullfilled that promise. Morgan Matson doesn’t make sequels because she likes the characters to live in her mind and assume they’ll end up together. I really like that method too, but as a reader, I really want a second book.

 

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The Forbidden Wish by Jessica Khoury

I wanted to spice things up with a fantasy book!

It’s the Forbidden Wish #1, so it implies that there might be a second book, but I haven’t heard of anything. I was actually fine with how this book ended, so I’m not pushing for a sequel as much, but I would still be very happy if Khoury decided to make a sequel/series out of this.


That’s really all the books I could find, hehe, but I still hoped you enjoyed this post! And go follow Sam’s site for me, will you? It’s really amazing, you won’t be disappointed! 😀

That’s it for me, bye!


B’s blog is over at Icebreaker694 and she is lovely and amazing so you should go check her out!

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