Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Wishlist Wednesday (4) Waiting on Wednesday (4) Weigh in Wednesday (6)

Still on vacation until Friday so I probably won't be putting up any reviews this week (for some reason it's been freaking impossible to find a quiet place to read around here.  I almost strangled my brother on the car ride up.  But that's beside the point.  He's fine.  I promise.  For now.)  Anyway I still wanted to put up my Wednesday memes so you all knew i wasn't dead.  I'll be back on Friday and hopefully will have a review then and a book haul next weekend!


Wishlist Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Pen to Paper that lets bloggers gush about books that have been sitting on their WLs for awhile.

My pick this week is:
As You WishSisters Red (Fairytale Retellings, #1)Sweetly (Fairytale Retellings, #2)Purity

Basically anything by Jackson Pearce.  I'll be the first to admit I've never read anything by Pearce, but I'm already a giant fan.  This is mostly because of her YouTube channel, which I highly recommend.  She's so well-spoken, funny and delightfully awkward that I can't help but like her.  I definitely Plan on picking these up sometime soon.

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jill over at Breaking the Spine where bloggers highlight upcoming releases we are drooling over.

My pick this week is:

Fathomless (Fairytale Retellings, #3)
Fathomless by Jackson Pearce

Well I figured I was going with a theme.  Plus this one is a retelling of The Little Mermaid and seriously I will read/buy/watch anything having to do with TLM.  I only wish this one had talking crabs. But we can't have everything I suppose.


Weigh in Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Lauren over at Epilogue where bloggers weigh in on literary topics.

This weeks topic:

Fairytale retelling vs. The original fairytale

Without the original fairytale, we wouldn't really have anything to go off of so I would have to go with the original.  Of course, I still love a good retelling as well.


  1. Wow - lots of Jackson Pearce, haha! I haven't read any of these books either, but I do plan on reading Sisters Red sometime soon :)

    Pen to Paper

  2. Jackson Pearce is a lot of fun, though I prefer As You Wish and Sisters Red to Sweetly, which somehow didn't keep my attention as much. I have Purity on hold from the library now too!

  3. I've not read a single Jackson Pearce book, but I do have Sisters Red sitting somewhere here on the book case.

    I hope you get them soon!

    Chocolate Chunky Munkie

  4. I`ve not read a Jackson Pearce book either, but I would look into some of these books,thanks.

    Have a nice day

    Beathe from Norway

  5. Haven't read Jackson Pearce, heard mixed things about those books. But that ones does sound interesting! Loving the mermaid trend! Loved TLM!

    Here's my WoW

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

  6. I haven't read Jackson Pearce, but the Sisters Red looks interesting:) I am now following you:) I found you through Wishlist Wednesday. Check out my blog as well:) http://andreaheltsley.blogspot.com

  7. I may have to go and check out her YT then, I'm such a YT hoarder :)

    Here is our Wishlist Wednesday
    Lauren from Northern Plunder.

  8. Wow your wishlist wednesday covers are pretty. I very much like the Sweetly one. Nice picks.


  9. Oh man, meee tooo!! I seriously need to read some Pearce. I haven't read anything by her yet and I hear the most amazing things about her!

    Great choice! My WW - http://yearningtoread.blogspot.com/2012/07/wishlist-wednesday-4-everbound.html

    Sierra @ Yearning to Read

  10. Your wish to strangle your brother made me laugh! I feel like strangling my sister sometimes. :) it's like we're from two different planets, I swear.

    Though I like fairytale retellings, you're totally right. Without the original, there wouldn't be anything to retell.

    P.S. ~ You've talked me into it! I'm checking out Pearce! :)

  11. I haven't read anything by Pearce yet either, but I definitely want to give Purity a read!

    Here's Mine @ Pinkindle Reads & Reviews