So, I made Eric be in a video with me….
I might have bribed him to do it…
I’m pretty sure he loves me … hahahah
No, I’m just kidding I know he loves because he was willing to do this fun and exciting video with me to see how much he knows about Booktube and what I do over here.
Of course a lot of the pictures you see of me on social media have been taken by him, as he so graciously becomes my photographer for however many photos that I need. Trust me no grumbling there – read lots of grumbling and India we don’t have time for this -and he takes as many pictures that I need.
Here’s the two of us together! Don’t forget to follow me on Instagram where you get to see more of our Swirly Relationship. The video is here and down below! If you have any questions for us leave them below! Until next time!
Keep Turning the Pages
This post is a long time coming and for some reason I just haven’t put it up on my blog. It has been placed on my youtube channel and you can also watch it down below. These books were some of my favorite reads from 2018. I tried to only pick 5 because I read a lot of good books last year and I didn’t just want to gush about all of the books I read during the year. I still kind of cheated though as I made it into two videos. One video for favorites and one video for favorite romance and contemporaries. As someone who self proclaimed as a fantasy reader, I was surprised at the amount of romance and contemporary that I read during 2018, especially towards the end of the year. Anyway, let’s get down to this list, starting with my favorite reads of 2018! None of these books are in any particular order.
My Favorite YA Fantasy books of 2018:
- Three Dark Crowns, Kendare Blake
- Children of Blood and Bone, Tomi Adeyemi
- Tower of Dawn, Sarah J Maas
- Kingdom of Ash, Sarah J Maas
- An Ember in the Ashes, Sabaa Tahir
A lot of these books I’ve talked about through out the year, and some of them I have reviews up on my youtube channel of. I will link those above, and I talk about some of these books a lot more in the video!
Next up are my favorite my favorite Contemporaries of 2018:
- The Kiss Quotient, Helen Hoang
- The Proposal, Jasmine Guillroy
- Dumplin, Julie Murphy
- Intercepted, Alexa Martin
- Curing Doctor Vincent, Renea Mason
- Odd One Out, Nic Stone
I kind of cheated on this list and added in a sixth just because I felt like all of these needed to be talked about.
What were some of your favorite books of 2018, or maybe you’ve already read some books in 2019 that have blown your mind! Let me know what you’ve been reading because I’m always looking for something new to add to my shelves! Until next time,
Keep Turning the Pages