Favorite villains

Hi friends, here comes another Top Ten Tuesday post from me. Top Ten Tuesday is a fun weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is all about villains.
Alright, so it’s Wednesday where I live, but let’s pretend it’s still Tuesday okay? Because I really want to write this post. Because I LOVE VILLAINS! I do not condone doing evil things (okay, maybe sometimes, like taking over the world), but well-written villains are complex with motive you could totally understand if not support.
Also, I somehow think I’ve written this sort of post in the past (like, one year ago), but cannot find it. Anyway, some of the ‘people’ in this list would have changed anyway.

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Books on My Fall TBR

Hi everyone, welcome to another Top Ten Tuesday post, a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is “Books on your fall TBR.” We don’t have fall season where I live, but I always enjoy making this TBR post so I’d do it anyway. ūüôā
There are so many books I promised myself to read, but haven’t had time to do it. Here are books I plan to read.

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Favorite Podcasts

Helloo, welcome to another Top Ten Tuesday post, a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is an Audio Freebie. I decided to go with Favorite Podcasts because I love listening to podcast while commuting, it’s such a great way to past time while learning about something new … or entertaining.
Here I listed some of my favorites, and I apologize for the fact that some of them are not books-related ūüėõ

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July Most Anticipated New Releases

New month = new books to be added to your TBR. That means¬†it’s time for me to recap which books are going on the shelves this month.

Release Date: July 5 2016

This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab | GOODREADS PAGE

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Stand-alone or series: the first book in Monsters of Verity series

Category | Genre: Young Adult | Urban Fantasy, Dystopian

This Savage Song had actually released in UK and some parts of the world, including where I live, in June. However, the US release will fall on July 5, 2016. I’ve already reviewed this book¬†and pointed out things I liked and some things that didn’t work for me. Nevertheless, I think Schwab is once again off to a good start.

Learning to Swear in America by Katie Kennedy | GOODREADS PAGE

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Stand-alone or series: stand-alone

Category | Genre: Young Adult | Contemporary, Science Fiction, Romance

A genius awkward teen trying to save the world from being destroyed by asteroid while still trying to figure out how to fit in. Sign me up!
I also want to give props to Reg @ She Latitude because I found out about this book from her. If it’s good, she’ll be the first one to know. If I don’t like it, well… ūüėõ

Release Date: July 19 2016

A World Without You by Beth Revis | GOODREADS PAGE

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Stand-alone or series: stand-alone

Category | Genre: Young Adult | Contemporary, Mental Health

This book offers an interesting premise of a 17-year old who claimed to have witness Titanic hitting the iceberg. When shipped to a new school, he connected with a girl with tragic past named Sofia.

Release Date: July 31 2016

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by JK Rowling, Jack Thorne, John Tiffany | GOODREADS PAGE

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Stand-alone or series: stand-alone(-ish)

Category | Genre: Young Adult | Fantasy, Play

For those of us who cannot get enough of Harry Potter, here comes the script of the Cursed Child play. Some of us have been accidentally spoiled, while others have deliberately looked for spoilers from the Internet (I cannot help myself :P), but most of us also agree that we await this book with anxious excitement.

Not that many books in my list this month, but perhaps¬†I’ve missed a couple of your most anticipated books. So let me know which books¬†are your most anticipated July releases!

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