Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted at Caffeinated Book Reviewer to recap our weeks and show off our new bookish goodies!
I had picked up one of this author’s other coloring books previously and put it right back. I was so intimidated by the amount of detail! While less detailed, Mythomorphia is no less intimidating because the illustrations are absolutely mind blowing! As you can probably decipher from the title, the theme of the images is myths. It’s full of everything from dragons to fairies to the Sphinx. Some pages are pretty and some are creepy, but all are amazing.
Fit Readers is a weekly meme and call to action for us bookworms to get up and get moving! It’s hosted by Felicia @ Geeky Bloggers Book Blog and Jen @ That’s What I’m Talking About. Each week, we’re asked to check in and share our fitness history. So let’s see how I got moving last week…
To One Hundred sounded like exactly my type of book: student-teacher romance and sexy geeks! Sadly, it let me down. Grady and Eva have been talking online for months. They totally get each other and share a love of Firefly and American History. Then Eva realizes that Grady is going to be her instructor during a summer course, so she confronts him with the intention of saying nothing can happen. Grady doesn’t care though and then things get complicated. But not as complicated as I was hoping.
Wishlist Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Pen to Paper. It’s where we get to share books that have been on our wishlists forever or are newly added. My Amazon Wishlist is overflowing, so let’s see what title I’m featuring this week…
Shatterproof was very dark, but also very sweet. Grey is an artist who has been struggling with depression and has decided to end his life. However, his attempt goes wrong and he’s rushed to the hospital. When Grey opens his eyes, the first face he sees is Saint, the EMT on duty. Saint is a fae who needs to take the lives of those he loves in order to stay alive, and he sees an opportunity in Grey. He’ll help him die, so that he can live himself, without the guilt. Of course, it doesn’t work out that way.
I am ashamed to admit that it took me until sitting down to write this review to figure out why the title is Style. Stella and Kyle. Duh! Stella is the pretty, popular, cheerleader who everyone thinks is a bitch. Kyle is a bit of a nerd with overbearing parents. When Stella transfers into AP English, Kyle is not happy. Especially when they’re paired up for a project. But Kyle can’t stop staring at Stella and noticing how pretty she is. She also catches a few moments of Stella being a nice person. Meanwhile, Stella has sworn off dating and coming out until college, but Kyle is exactly her type and making things quite difficult.