Photography – Book Pictures

I have taken a lot of pictures recently and I thought I should share them. Some of them are on my Instagram, but not all of them!

In case you didn’t notice, I really like black and white pictures with a pop of color!


Paper Hearts by Ali Novak – Book Review

Title: Paper Hearts

Author: Ali Novak

Publisher: Sourcebooks Inc.

Pages: 400

Publication Date: July 4, 2017

Synopsis: Felicity has her whole life planned out since she was thirteen. Her sister ran away and never came back. Felicity has straight A’s and works to pay for college. Her mother has high expectations for her. Felicity has never been a partier or wild child, like her sister, who left four years ago.

Felicity also is a big-time volunteer. There is a charity mascarade ball and she works and partakes in it. While she’s there she meets the Alec Williams from the Heartbreakers a very famous boy band. They form a type of friendship that may be more? Felicity goes o an adventure to find her sister after she finds her mother has been lying to her. Alec helps her find her sister and along the way do they become more than a friend?

Thoughts: Firstly, I love Ali Novak’s writing and novels. Secondly, this book did not disappoint. Ali’s writing is so whimsical and lovely that I didn’t want it to end. Felicity is a very relatable character and your heart just breaks for her when she finds out some things that were kept from her. Alec is totally swoon-worthy and you want him to be yours.

Check it out on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

Thanks for stopping by, Emily.

Top 5 Books That Made Me Cry!

I usually cry during most books I don’t know why. I can cr from laughing, happiness, or sadness.  Do you cry or laugh at books? Let me know in the comments below!

A Monster Cries by Patrick Ness

I was a blubbery mess after reading A Monser Calls. I was very connected to the character by the end of the story and I was crying right along with Conor. 8621462

A Court of Mist Of Fury by Sarah J. Maas

Overall this series is my favorite, I experienced all of the emotions. I would have to say I cried more in the last book than in this one but I cried in all three. 17927395

Not After Everything by Michelle Levy

ALL the feels. You want to hurt certain people and hug others. I definitely cried from page18520658 one to the very end.








Come Back To Me by Mila Gray

A military romance that pulls at your heartstrings. I was very anxious while I read it, I was worried for the ending to see who would live her brother or her boyfriend. So, to some that up, I cried A LOT. I would definitely recommend it though!


Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson

A more family sadness than a relationship but both are present. I sympathized for Taylors family by crying.  11071466










Thanks for stopping by, Emily.

What I’ve Recently Bought

I have been cutting down on my book buying. I am trying to get my TBR shelf to be a lower number. I swear it’s ever readers dream for that to happen, but overall my TBR pile started to dwindle until I started to get into a reading slump.

I have around 35-40 books unread on my shelves, some I really want to read others not so much. Some of the books I’ve had for almost 2 years and I DO want to read them I just have no motivation to actually read them.

I recently bought Paper Hearts by Ali Novak, Lucking in Love by Kasie West, It’s Kind Of A Funny Story by Ned Vizzini, and Moon Called by Patricia Briggs. I have started reading Moon Called and I am really enjoying it so far! You can check out some pictures of Moon Called on my Instagram.

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Thanks for stopping by, Emily.

The Name Book Tag – Book Tag

So I’ve seen people do this on booktube before and I think the way I’m going to do it is by the title of the books spelling out Emily. The other way you can do it is actually using the books to spell out your name. Good luck and have fun if you try it!

E – The Elite – Keira Cass


M – Maybe Someday – Colleen Hoover


I – It’s Kind of A Funny Story – Ned Vizzini


L – Lola and the Boy Next Door – Stephanie Perkins


Y – Yes Please – Amy Poehler


Thanks for stopping by, Emily! Don’t forget to check out my Instagram!

My Favorite Book Covers!

There are some really great covers and then there are some really terrible ones. I thought I would share some of my favorite! And as a side note I already starred a book for Spetemeber! I have been feeling slumpy and not motivated, but I think I’m getting back in the swing of things.

Long Way Home – Katie McGarry

Sad Perfect – Stephanie Elliot 

Eliza and her Monsters – Francesca Zappia 

The Kiss of Deception – Mary E. Pearson 

 ANY novel from Sarah J. Maas is beautiful!

I took all of these pictures and they are all on my Instagram! You can see more of my pictures on Instagram! 

Thanks for stopping by, Emily!

Some of the best books I’ve read, that I don’t own!

I have read books from the library and my teachers class room libraries and found some amazing books. Sadly I don’t own them! I really loved all of these books so much! All of them were either a 5-star or a 4-star rating. There is also quite a variety of genres and topics throughout all of these as well.

Stolen: A Letter to My Captor by Lucy Christopher

Sixteen-year-old Gemma was captured at the airport and taken to the Australian Outback. Gemma starts to fall for her captor, Ty.

More Than This by Patrick Ness

A boy drowns, alone and desperate. He wakes up naked, bruised, and thirsty, but alive. This boy struggles and learns with what is/has happened to him.

Winger by Andrew Smith

Ryan Dean is attending a private rich people school as a junior, even though he is fourteen. Ryan also has a roommate who just happens to be the schools biggest bully. He also is in love with his best friend Annie, who thinks of him as a little boy. With the help from his friends and teammates, he can over come his struggles of fitting in and just life in general.

Legend by Marie Lu

June is a prodigy being groomed for success. Day is the country’s most wanted criminal. From very different worlds, they shouldn’t cross paths. Until the day Junes brother is killed, and Day is the main suspect. In a shocking turn of events, June and Day find out what sinister strengths the country will do to keep its secrets.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

Charlie is a wallflower who embarks on his journey discovering new things. He makes new friends, he’s goes on his first date, he tries drugs. All while struggling with his own demons.

Thanks for stopping by, Emily.

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