Hey book lovers!
The following blog post is actually a German one but since the majority of our followers don’t speak German, I translated the post into English. 🙂
GER Vielen lieben Dank and Selina @ fraeuleinlovingbooks, die mich für den Versatile Blogging Award nominiert hat. ♥
EN Thank you to Selina @ fraeuleinlovingbooks, who nominated me for The Versatile Blogging Award. ♥
GER Und hier sind die Regeln:
Danke dem Blogger, der dich nominiert hat.
Verrate 7 Fakten über dich.
Nominiere andere Blogger.
EN And here are the rules:
Thank the blogger who nominated you
Tell us 7 facts about yourself.
Nominate other blogger. Continue reading “The Versatile Blogging Award”
Hey there book lovers!
“What time is it?” – “Summer time, it’s our vacation!” Yeah, I had to quote these phrases from High School Musical 2, because High School Musical! 😉
So what are your plans for this summer? Will you stay at home or will you go on vacation? What books will you read? Here’s a list of books we reviewed in May. Maybe there’s a book that will pique your interest so much that you will pick it up during the summer? 🙂
Besides our reviews, we published special posts about our reading history. If you haven’t read those yet, you can find them here: Ashley and Sabrina.
If you want to know what happened at the bookstagram meet up in Hamburg, Germany, click here.
And last but not least, here’s our list of possible reviews in June:
Here’s To Now by Teagan Hunter, My Heart Belongs on Mackinac Island by Carrie Fancett Pagels, Caterpillars Can’t Swim by Liane Shaw, Edge of Regret by Molly E. Lee, The Evolution of Ivy by Lauren Campbell, Low Over High by J.A. DeRouen, The Wildly Sisters by Eve Chase, Black Box by Cassia Leo, Infinite Us by Eden Butler, The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski.
Enjoy your first month of Summer,
♥ Ashley & Sabrina ♥
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“Teagan Hunter who?” I have to admit, that was my initial reaction about a year ago too, when I heard her name for the first time. But you know what I love? Indie authors! It is a shame that too many of them are still unknown. On top of that, they have to compete against the big well-known published authors. So why not take a chance on them? And that’s what I did with Teagan Hunter‘s Here’s To Tomorrow – and Teagan didn’t disappoint.
Rae Kamden just graduated from college and can’t wait to conquer the big world – or at least that’s what she thinks she wants. She’s torn between leaving her small town and moving to Boston to start a big career. This is when she runs into Hudson Tamell. Although the last seven years haven’t been easy for him, he finally has his life exactly where he wants it. However, meeting Rae and her unfiltered mouth that day makes him rethink everything. Can both handle each others baggage? Continue reading “Here’s To Tomorrow – Review”
Back in March, when it was still cold and depressing outside, I got an ARC sign-up form from Laura Barnard who was going to release her new book, Excess Baggage, in May. The novel promised to be full of sunshine, summer and old feelings – the perfect getaway from this weather. Now it is May and the weather over here in Germany still hasn’t improved since March. So what was better than turning on your ebook reader and seeing the ARC loading? I couldn’t wait to start with this second chance novel under the sun of Luna Island.
Erica Bennett and her friends are on vacation to have a few days to themselves and away from the hectic and stressful life at home. Erica doesn’t expect to stumble upon Jack Lawson – her first holiday romance back when she was fifteen. It is not long until sparks fly and Erica and Jack rekindle their old feelings. But what happens after their vacation is over? Is their chance meeting a second shot at something real or will this stay another holiday romance? Continue reading “Excess Baggage – Review”
Grab your copy now – myBook.to/ExcessBaggageLB
Win a SIGNED PAPERBACK & Amazon voucher (Details of giveaway below). Continue reading “Excess Baggage – Release Day”
I was maybe 8 or 9 and I still remember getting a book from my mom’s best friend. I hated the book and didn’t want to read it. There were so many words, so many pages and less pictures. In elementary school I always had an A in reading, so my not wanting to read was not about my ability to read but rather about my lack of enthusiam. Crazy, I know, especially because I love reading these days and can’t picture my life without it. I guess it was just a phase or the wrong book and/or the wrong genre for me.
However, during 5th/6th grade I discovered reading books for me. I was totally obsessed with the “Freche Mädchen – Freche Bücher“ books (~”Sassy Girls – Sassy Books”). The books were aimed at girls in their tweens or early teens. The stories were about a bunch of girlfriends who had to deal with school, parents, clothes, boys, first love and the following first heartbreak. The great thing was that the books were not written from one author alone but from many. The “Freche Mädchen – Freche Bücher” theme was only the name of the series in general. Every author then wrote their own sub-series with their own characters and stories. My goal was to own every single one of the books, there was even a tick-list at the end of each book. And since I’ve always been someone who loved lists and tick things off a list, I did just that: I ticked off the books I already had and marked the ones I wanted next. Continue reading “My History of Reading – Sabrina”
How beautiful is this cover of Laura’s latest romantic comedy, Excess Baggage? It’s out on the 23rd and you can pre-order now myBook.to/ExcessBaggageLB
Details of giveaway below. Continue reading “Happy Cover Reveal Day, Laura!”