NOTE: Long as hell post because I have no posted in forever and I feel bad
So, I have a GoodReads because reasons (namely books and people who like them). And I have a huge list of books I want "to read" so I decided I would relay them to you and why I want to read them.
Something Maybe by Elizabeth Scott
It apparently has "real" characters and a "painfully funny world", so it sounds really interesting. And I really like the premise of it, so I want to read it soon.
The Boy Who Sneaks In My Bedroom Window by Kirsty Moseley
I am a sucker for a romance story featuring a girl-falls-for-her-brother's-best-friend kinda thing (which is why I ship Monica and Chandler so hard). And there is also awesome-sounding drama so I kinda definitely want to read this.
Trust Me by Rachel Hawthorne
I am also a sucker for hate-turns-to-love relationships. And this book features this heavily. It also has a bit of a camp-twist, so it sounds like a fun read.
Sleepaway Girls by Jen Calonita
I have an author crush on Calonita because her characters are really awesome. And this summer-camp premise sounds like a lot of fun to read with its own smatterings of Drama-Rama.
Boys, Girls, and Other Hazardous Materials by Rosalind Wiseman
Say what you want to about about Mean Girls but it's fucking accurate. Hell, I even read some of the book Wiseman wrote originally even though Tina Fey ADDED ALL THE PLOT HERSELF. But I'm intrigued to see what Wiseman will do with a plot so I want to read it.
Major Crush by Jennifer Echols
HECK YES HATE-TURNS-TO-LOVE AGAIN. It also features band geeks who are known for being sexuals. (Even though the band geeks at my school and I have a mutual hatred haha, I still want to read it).
Outcast by Adrienne Kress
Kress has such a great writing style that I enjoyed in The Friday Society. And the premise seems like it will be an awesome story with some quirky-ness so I am excited to read it.
Measuring Up by Nyrae Dawn
It just sounds like an interesting, realistic love story with also a moral (maybe?) about learning how to love yourself.
Boy Meets Boy by David Levithan
Will Grayson, Will Grayson is my favorite book, in no small part to Levithan's half. I really like his voice and this book sounds like a really interesting story about love and friendship so excitement.
Taste Test by Kelly Fiore
I am going to read this book and then write the blog post on the Bookstore's blog for reasons that will be stated on there. I actually have this as an ARC so I can read it whenever but I haven't gotten around to it yet because Interning and life and stuff.
The Best Man by Kristan Higgins
Romance novels are my kryptonite. Especially if they're by Higgins. She has such a great voice that is sassy and sarcastic. So I'm excited to read this one.
How to Say Goodbye in Robot by Natalie Standiford
I actually am not sure why I want to read this book all I know is I want to and I'm magnetically drawn to it like science.
Dirty Little Secret by Jennifer Echols
It sounds like a really interesting premise and I really like Echols' writing style. Luckily, I have an ARC of this as well so VICTORY!
Of Neptune by Anna Banks
I have actually met Banks and she is just as sassy as her books are so I cannot wait to read the third one in her series! (And I've already read #1 and #2 so NATURAL PROGRESSION)
Better Off Friends by Elizabeth Eulberg
I love Eulberg and her writing style and this book sounds really good and stuff so 2014 COME QUICKLY PLEASE.
Goldfish by Kody Keplinger
Keplinger is a huge inspiration and I love her writing style and voice and this book sounds really interesting so I'm excited to read it!
Wild Awake by Hilary T. Smith
I have heard great things about this book so I am going to READ IT.
Racing Savannah by Miranda Kenneally
I haven't read her other books but this one sounds really interesting. And I've read an online-excerpt on her site and it continued to be interesting.
The Probability of Miracles by Wendy Wunder
This sounds really interesting and I really like books that kind of tell a journey of someone dealing with a disease and coming to terms with death/love/and stuff.
The Geek Girl's Guide to Cheerleading by Charity Tahmaseb
Something about this book makes me want to read it so therefore I will read it.
Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo
I have ALSO met this author and she is just as awesome as her books. So I am really excited for this third book.
The Enchantress Returns by Chris Colfer
Colfer is my spirit animal, and I have enjoyed all his books so far and I JUST BOUGHT THIS ONE TODAY SO VICTORY DANCE.
The Boy on the Bridge by Natalie Standiford (name sound familiar)
It sounds like an interesting love story and I love war stories so I'm excited to read this one.
Adulting by Kelly Williams Brown
As a junior in high school, I apparently have to start being an "adult" (whatever that means) and this book seems like it could help.
But yes. I will try to read all these. Yay goals!
Sorry, again, I haven't been on much. But I promise to read more when school starts!