Hey guys (according to spell check, y’all are guts- I tend to disagree, but, hey, I don’t want to be going to hill, you know), HaziWords bringing you your daily forecast of Hazi…with a chance of books.
—–I’m seriously struggling to pull out of this fog in my head, guys, so if I don’t post anything, or my writing is even more hazy than usual, sorry about that.——–
I live for books. Seriously, I do. And for so long I’ve wanted to get organized on what I read, and since it’s in the middle of the month, and I don’t like to read on a time line, here’s a list of books for the rest of the year (a broad scale, yes, and I can’t promise I’ll read all of them, because we’re moving soon, and I have too pack all my books).
1. Divergent. Clearly it’s popular, and I don’t know what I’m missing out on. I’m a little nervous about reading it, but I want too try.
2. Scott Westerfields Pretties series, again. I’m almost positive I hate his writing. I’m not sure why, I mean, my friends rant and rave about this series-and honestly, I found it a bore;but we shall try again!
3. To Kill a Mockingbird
I’ve seen the movie and LOVED it. I listened to it via Audio book for a bit-and it was way ginchy. It had the kind of impact on me like Mr.Smith goes to Washington. I realized the since of purposes in certain matters.
My ftied suggested this book-and was completely obsessed, so I’m looking forward to reading it.
5. Geek Girl
I read this book once before and absolutely ADORED it. It’s also where I picked up the phrase Sugar Cookies.
6. Nightmare Academy
It’s the world most cheesy dark, depressing story, and I enjoyed it more than I should. I figured I needed to read that story to bring the ability to write some of the ones I’ve been trying to key our (after loosing them) for years.
7. The Percy Jackson series. Again.
I’m not popular in this department, with my friends. I didnt like the first book when I tried it…but it can’t hurt to try it again.
I started this book, but couldn’t finish because I got destracted. Definitely need to read it!
9. Finding Alice
This book covers a girl who has a Skitzophrenic break down, and cover’s what she does to handle it.
10. Outrun the Moon
As you guys know, I LOVE LOVE LOVE this book. Theirs something about it that makes me smile. I’ve read it once before, and that’s all it took to become my favorite book. Since I haven’t been able to purchase a copy, I’m going to try checking it out from the library again, and reading it.
So that’s all I have for today, folks-because finally, I’m tired.
PLEASE. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE Give me book suggestions. I beg of you. Comment down below ☟any book suggestions. I’m serious. PLEASE. I NEED BOOKS. NEED BOOKS. MOVING TO PLACE WITH SCARCE BOOKSTOTES AND LIBRARIES. NEED TO READ AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE!
Tofu and Pineapples,