August 2018 | In Review

August

Wow! This month was a whirlwind, While I felt most of it was waiting around for one specific event (which we’ll talk about below), there was still a lot going on! Let’s get on with it, then.


Books Read

Godsgrave by Jay Kristoff: (448 Pages) I COULD NOT ASK FOR MORE IN A SEQUEL. 5 out of 5

All of This is True by Lygia Day Peñaflor: (432 Pages) Waste of time, and just plain funny sometimes. 2 out of 5

Ask the Passengers by A.S. King: (293 Pages) An amazing story about a girl trying to find her way in the world with great touches of magical realism. 4 out of 5

The Cruel Prince by Holly Black: (384 Pages) The main character was annoying, but the rest of the story was good.

Down Time (novella) by Barry Lyga: (40 Pages)

REPUTATION STADIUM TOUR: NASHVILLE

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I was so thankful to be able to see this amazing show up close and see the talents of all Charli XCX, Camila Cabello and, of course, Taylor Swift in one room.

Also, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill showed up somewhere in there?

We danced and sang as much and as loud as we could. Again, so so thankful for this experience of a lifetime. I’m eagerly awaiting the next tour.

 

 

7 thoughts on “August 2018 | In Review

  1. Pingback: The Sunshine Blogger Award (Take 2 & 3) | Blog Tag – Betwined Reads

  2. Okay, first off, your Bonnie and Clyde outfits are great, and I love that you made a nod to Getaway Car with them. Second off, I bet it was AMAZING to see Taylor in concert, and in Nashville no less! My best friend growing up is a super die hard fan, so I feel like I sort of became one too by association? Anyways, looks like you had a great month! I hope next month is good to you as well 🙂 Thanks for a wonderful post!

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