Let’s start 2019 off with something worth celebrating: BOOK MAIL! During the last weeks of November up until mid December, I’ve received so many books from publishers and personal bookish purchases and I didn’t talk about it at the time because 1) I was so busy with work especially with dual payroll and Christmas party preparations at the office just around the corner, and 2) because I intentionally reserved it for a stacking the shelves post. Now, let’s get this post started! I have quite a few books to share with y’all!
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It’s that time of the year again when us bookworms get the chance to look back on what kind of reading year it has been and rank our favorites! This 2018, I was lucky enough to read a total of 72 books—surpassing my initial goal of 70—and I’ve been blessed to work with and help promote so many books from various publishers. And unlike so many of my friends, I’m proud to say that I still haven’t outgrown reading and young adult literature, and I hope that the year ahead only intensifies this wholesome obsession. Anyway, I’ve written a long recap about how much I enjoyed 2018 in terms of reading, and so read on, my friends.
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Okay, so today, in efforts to bring back bookish memes to Book Freak Revelations, I’m listing down the top ten books that I’m looking forward to in (the second half of) 2018, hence the remix. Just like every year, the Fall season’s coming back with yet another amazingly enthralling line-up of diverse titles and I, as your typical YA-obsessed reader/ reviewer, am here for ALL. OF. IT. Let’s get this post started, shall we?
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October was the month when I took a full-on break from hauling books, which, as it turned out, wasn’t the brightest idea. See, some of the best releases were scheduled for this month! Books like Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo, Carry On by Rainbow Rowell, Magnus Chase and The Gods of Asgard: The Sword of Summer by Rick Riordan, Happily Ever After by Kiera Cass and a whole lot more! See, the reason as to why I took a break was to get ready for my birthday, which was last November 1, by the way. I saved up to cook for my friends as we celebrated my 20th birthday. The good thing about this was, I have such sweet friends and they gifted me with books from my wish list!!
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