About Me is a feature on Lola’s Review where I talk about me. Usually these posts are everything that doesn’t fall under any standard header, like blog tours, book blitzes, cover reveals or review. About Me posts usually are about books, but are more personal discussions of a certain topic. If an About Me post is about a non-book topic it gets the non-book content posts tag and will be posted on a saturday
Dre from Sporadic Reads tagged me to do the Chocolate Book Tag. I’ve never heard about this tag before being tagged, but it sounds like fun. You can read Dre her Chocolate Book tag post here
Wild Justice (Nadia Stafford #3) by Kelley Armstrong. Actually all three books in this series deal with a dark topic, but in this book there’s the most focus on it and it’s the best book in this series in my opinion. The dark topic is handled well, but it’s also really heartbreaking when you learn the full impact of it.
Losing It (Losing It #1) by Cora Carmack. I laughed out loud a few times when reading this book, this book is light hearted, but also deals with some heavier topics. And it’s humorous.
The Immortal Rules (Blood of Eden #1) by Julia Kagawa. A few months ago the last book in this series has been released and a lot of bloggers have been raving about this series. And yeah I still haven’t read the first book, even though I really want to read it. I even own it already in both paperback and e-copy.
The Weather Girl by Amy Vastine. The romance was handled so well in that book, developing slowly and the characters are just so perfect together.
Face Time (Love in the Digital Age #1) by SJ Pajonas. I expected this book to be good, but this book surprised me by being even better then I expected. It also is one of the few original contemporary romance book I read.
Released by SJ Pajonas. I loved this book so much and every time I think about I have the urge to re-read it, because it was so good. And I can’t wait for book 3! Released ends in a great cliffhanger that makes me so excited for the third book!
The Gathering (Darkness Rising #1) by Kelley Armstrong. I just love Kelley Armstrong her writing style and her book are certainly comfort reads for me, there is just something comforting about reading a book by one of your favorite authors. I choose The Gathering because I’ve read it 2 times now and I hardly re-read book, also the nature setting in the book always manages to comfort me and wish I lived in a place with more nature.
The Otherworld series by Kelley Armstrong. Although I won’t say it was a little something for everyone, that’s impossible, because I know there are people who don’t like fantasy or even adult books. But I do think this series has a lot to offer. It’s told from multiple point of views and every few books you meet a new main character, so the change that you like or even love some of them is pretty high. It’s also one of my favourite series and I am planning to eventuall re-read it. I choose to only display the cover of the first book, as this series has 13 books and a lot of novella’s and short stories and thought that where a bit too many covers to all include in this post.
People I tag:
– Michelle from Because Reading is Better then Real Life
– Anna from Herding Cats and Burning Soup
– Naomi from The Darkest Reader
– Lexxie from (Un)conventional Book Views
– Krista from Krista’s Dust Jacket
Ofcourse if you don’t want to participate, no problem either, but I thought it was fun 🙂