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The House Cup Reading Challeng..

Posted November 13, 2017 by Tina in As Told by Tina, Readathons / 0 Comments
The House Cup Reading Challenge Wrap Up

Today I’m sharing with you my House Cup Reading Challenge Wrap Up. The challenge began on October 15 to November 12. The House Cup Reading Challenge is hosted by Lauren at Live, Love, Read (Gryffindor) , Kelsey at Kelsey’s Cluttered Bookshelf (Hufflepuff), Alex at Booksy Daisy (Ravenclaw), Erica at Escape Under The Cover (Slytherin). You can see my TBR here. My House Cup Reading Challenge Wrap Up On A Tuesday by Whitney G. (3.5 stars) – 20 points Dear Delilah by T. Bester (3 stars) – 20 points The Upside […]

The Sunday Post | Overcoming T..

Posted November 5, 2017 by Tina in As Told by Tina, Recap, Weekly Recap / 0 Comments
The Sunday Post | Overcoming The Strep Throat Plague

The Weekly Recap is my take on The Sunday Post hosted by Caffeinated Reviewer. I will be highlighting the books I’ve read, what I’m currently reading, things happening on the blog and bits and pieces of my life outside the blog. I’ll also be showcasing the books I’ve recently add to my shelves and I’ll be linking up Team Tynga’s Reviews . Currently Reading: I’m listening to the audiobook for Caraval. I had borrowed this one about two months ago but it expired before I could finish the last 30 […]

MyTBRList | November 2017 Poll

Posted November 4, 2017 by Tina in As Voted by You, Memes / 7 Comments
MyTBRList | November 2017 Poll

My TBR List is hosted by Michelle from Because Reading. Each month you select 3 books and have your readers vote for the one they think you should read. The poll goes up on the first Saturday, the results are announced the next Saturday and the review goes up on the last Saturday. Every month I try do a theme just to make it more interesting for me! For my November 2017 poll, I decided to do a sequel edition. I’m horrible when it comes to finishing up a series […]

The Liebster Award

Posted November 3, 2017 by Tina in As Told by Tina / 2 Comments
The Liebster Award

The Liebster Award is an award presented to bloggers by other fellow bloggers, with the pure intention of supporting each other! As part of being nominated, you must answer the eleven questions given by the blogger who kindly nominated you. Then in turn nominate eleven more bloggers and leave eleven new questions for them to answer. I was nominated by Jenna from JK I’m Exploring! Thank you so much Jenna for nominating me! The Questions Do you have any weird blogging habits? I actually write out all my blog posts […]

My November 2017 Bullet Journa..

Posted November 2, 2017 by Tina in Reviews / 1 Comment
My November 2017 Bullet Journal Set Up

Can you believe it is already November? Today I’m sharing with you my November 2017 Bullet Journal Set up! I have over 90 pages left in this journal so my plan is to use for November and December and plan out 2018 spread ideas. Inside My November 2017 Bullet Journal Set Up Every month, I try and make a theme for my bullet journal for me it makes planning fun and it makes me want to open up my bullet journal. The theme for this month was a bit Thanksgiving/ […]

My October 2017 Wrap Up

My October 2017 Wrap Up

Is it really November? This year has passed by so quickly! Today I am sharing with you my October 2017 wrap up and I’ll be linking up my monthly wrap to Feed Your Fiction Addiction. This Month I Read: This Month On As Told By Tina: Challenge Update: 2017 Goals: I’ve pretty much given up on these and I’m really looking forward to 2018. Alphabet Challenge: I completed the letter O and now I just need 4 letters to complete the challenge. Audiobooks Challenge: I listened to 3 audiobooks and […]

Introducing My #NaNoWriMo 2017..

Posted October 30, 2017 by Tina in As Written by Tina / 1 Comment
Introducing My #NaNoWriMo 2017 Project

#NaNoWriMo is approaching! For those of you who don’t know what #NaNoWriMo is, it is National Novel Writing Month and it begins on November 1 to November 30. The challenge is to write 50,000 words (complete a novel) in 30 days! I’ve decided to take up the challenge. I attempted last year but failed but this year, I’m determined to win. My #NaNoWriMo project for 2017 is basically the book I started in 2016 but I went back and worked out some of the things that I was stuck with […]

MyTBRList Audio Review | Shado..

Posted October 28, 2017 by Tina in Reviews / 0 Comments
MyTBRList Audio Review | Shadowshaper by Daniel José Older

Shadowshaper was the book that had the most votes this month and I was actually pretty excited to dive in. I’ve seen nothing but good things about this book on Twitter so I really hoped I would enjoy it. (Spoiler alert: I DID). I decided to listen to the audiobook for Shadowshaper because I’ve realized that I tend to like any type of fantasy on audiobook vs. reading. And I honestly loved the audiobook. The narrator Anika Noni Rose was absolutely amazing. I felt like she brought the story to […]

Can You Read A Series In A Mon..

Posted October 26, 2017 by Tina in Readathons / 0 Comments
Can You Read A Series In A Month? Sign Up Post

Can You Read a Series in a Month? is hosted by Michelle from Because Reading. The challenge is to read an entire series in a month. I participated in this challenge in June and actually completed the entire Sea Breeze series by Abbi Glines. I’m pretty excited to participate in November. The challenge begins on November 1 and ends on November 30. The rules are pretty simple, pick 1 series and read the entire series. So for this challenge, my original plan was to finish The Rosemary Beach series by […]

Review Tour + Giveaway | Carry..

Posted October 25, 2017 by Tina in Blog Tour, Giveaway, Reviews / 0 Comments
Review Tour + Giveaway | Carry Me Home by Jessica Therrien

Carry Me Home was a book I knew I wanted to review, the synopsis had me intrigued and I was ready to dive in. Even though the synopsis mentions that the story is told in three point of views. Multiple point of views are some of my favorite books to read but it seems like it really works or it doesn’t. For Carry Me Home, I was actually surprised to see the Mother had a point of view. That is something I haven’t read before and I actually liked it. […]