Friday, 6 February 2015

Swoonuary! A Valentine's Day Special with the Bookish Groupies - means February is about LOVE


Hello beautiful ladies, and welcome to the Bookish Groupies first annual event, Swoonuary! 


Are you in the mood for a sugary sweet romance? What about a contemporary so cute, you're left squealing like a school girl? If you are, then perfect, because that is what Swoonuary is all about! After reading quite a bit of fantasy and science fiction lately, the girls and I are ready to dive back into the land of hook ups & heartbreaks, happily ever afters, and happily never fucking again . . . well the last part might be something I'm looking for, but you get the idea. All month long, we've decided to read both romance & contemporary novels in Lieu of Valentines day, the day for all things cheesy. But what fun what it be if we didn't have other bloggers join us? That's where you all come in . . . 

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I was invited to this event by Tika and I'm very happy to take part in it :) You can do that too! February is this one month a year when everyone is talking about love... so why not read about love? I'm very excited to finally cross some cute'n'sweet (or sometimes sweet'n'sour) romance books out from my to-read lists :)

What I'm planning to read:

Summer series by Jenny Han







I own the complete trilogy in Polish so I've decided to give it a go in February. I think it will be a light and relaxing read after all my exams and perfect for the season (although it's still winter :))



Bad Romeo by Leisa Rayven

It's unfortunately on my DNF list so I've decided to pick it up again this month. Hopefully I'll finish this time.



The Right Side of Mr Wrong


The Right Side of Mr. Wrong by Jane Linfoot
which I've received from Isabell for a guest review. I've been slacking on reading it because of my exams so I think now it's the right time to speed up my reading :)




And hopefully I'll read even more than that :)

5 comments:

  1. I liked The Summer I turned Pretty series, it's cute :) I wasn't a fan of Bad Romeo though. Great post!

    Benish | Feminist Reflections

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    1. I've read like 25% of Bad Romeo and dropped it but now I want to give it a second chance. We'll see :)

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  2. Thanks for participating! I've never read any of these except for Bad Romeo. Looking forward to reading your thoughts on these books. :)

    Blessie @ Mischievous Reads

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  3. I haven't read any of these books! I need to start reading more contemporary! Hopefully this month I will *fingers crossed* :D

    Eclectic Introspections @ Flickering Lights

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