86. The Death Cure by James Dashner** The third installment of The Maze Runner series had a different sort of flare than the first two (pun intended). There were fewer crazy robots/killing machines and more of your general, run of the mill, end of the world sort of stuff going on. I still liked the ending, and I highly recommend it, but I guess I just wasn't as pumped and breathless as I was after similar types of series (Hunger Games for instance). I do plan to read the prequel when I get a chance.
87. Second Verse by Jennifer Walkup* This was my friend's book that I read in order to beta her sequel. It's due out sometime later this year, I believe, so I guess you could call it an ARC. It's got themes of reincarnation, ghosts, and a bit of a thriller/mystery. It's also got a great swoony male LI that I've been seriously crushing over the since I read it. I'll give more deets as the book comes out!
88. Laced In Malice by Riley Gray** Another book from a good writer friend. This one is out already and should most definitely be on everyone's reading list. I reviewed it just the other day HERE and plan to do a giveaway soon.
And now to impress you all with my mad photoshop skills.
The cover photo:
We spent 2 days at Daytona Beach
The kids drinking butter beer at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter
And of course Disneyworld
Cinderella's Castle with my own little princess in the top corner
Tom Sawyer Island
Disney's Hollywood Studios
and Disney's animal Kingdom
another at Animal Kingdom
We didn't do a whole lot at Epcot, but they really loved the ride, Soaring
and I could add more, but I'm sure that I'm boring everyone now.
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