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So, I read Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter – which I purchased the day it came out, but sat on my To Be Read pile until I couldn’t stand it and put it on top – over the weekend and you know what?

Abso-fucking-lutely awesome.

I’m sure the book has haters (everything seems to nowadays) that think the concept in and of itself is stupid, and I even found it chuckle-worthy (hence why I bought it). BUT, after reading this biography style novel, I’m starting to question whether this was fact or fiction. I love this book, so much. I definitely suggest checking it out.

Now I’m on to Number 8 on my List:

Only on Chapter Two at the moment, but the story sounds promising, so I’m hoping for another incredible read. We shall see.

That’s all for today folks. Still dealing with the Mysterious Sickness of Doom. Still hoping I’ll wake up all better. Still wanting so badly to set up some photo shoots.

Soon enough, I hope.


I’ve always been a book-loving girl. My mom always read to me before I could read myself, and once I could – I took off, reading everything in sight.

Normally, I read a HUUUUUGE number of books in a year, but with being sick so much, I haven’t felt as up to it as usual (between headaches, exhaustion, etc). Which makes my goal to read between 60 to 80 books this year sorta rough. But I’ll get there… hopefully. Eventually.

Anyway. I figured that I’d keep track of this Bookworm Challenge via blog – what better place, really? So here’s where I’m at right now:

1.) Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare

2.) The Woman in Black by Susan Hill

3. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

4.) Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins

5.) Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

6.) The Iron Thorn by Caitlin Kittredge

Technically, I’m not quite finished yet with The Iron Thorn (I’ve got about 100 pages left), but I’ll soon be finished up with it and move right on to my next read – hopefully, if I can get my hands on it soon, the sequel. This book is pretty freaking incredible: strong heroine, interesting and unique story, wonderful writing… I adore it. You’ll definitely see the sequel, which I believe is called Nightmare Garden, popping up on my list of books for this year. =)

So, what have you all been reading? Anything good? Anything from my list? Any coming book-to-movie adaptions? Do share!!