If you’ve always wanted to know just a little bit more about Take Me Tomorrow, Confessions of a Book Blogger reviewed the novel with slight spoilers (but nothing major!) And you can read why she said, “this book is practically perfection.” by clicking here to read her full review. I hope you check out Take Me Tomorrow!
Also, another review of Take Me Tomorrow is available on ATROX. Here is a sneak peek, “This book has lifted my spirits about dystopian books because this was fresh and original. If your a dystopian lover or you just love adventure, this book is definitely for you.”
Every month, I share all of the websites I come across that I find helpful, humorous, or just awesome. Below, you’ll find all of October’s Website Wonders categorized as so: Halloween-Themed, Reading, Writing, and Just For Fun. Between each category is a photo. If you enjoy these websites, be sure to like my Facebook page because I share even more websites and photos like this there.
50 Scariest Books of All Time: You might have heard of Stephen King. He’s on this list.
Creepiest Literary Haunts Around the U.S.: Looking to travel?
18 Literary Pumpkins For a Bookish Halloween: Anyone carve one of these delightful pumpkins this year?
The Mortal Instruments to Return as T.V. Series: I know. I know this is T.V., but it’s one of my favorite YA series, so I am beyond ecstatic that they didn’t drop it completely. Holding out hope that it will be amazing.
Amusing Ourselves to Death: Huxley vs. Orwell: I am a huge Orwell fan, so this cracked me up.
Poetry Day: 10 British Actors Read 10 British Poems: I know the poets out there will love this.
Writing: How-Tos and Resources: The amount of information on this website is unreal.
There’s a Word for That: 25 Expressions You Should Have in Your Vocabulary: Nefelibata – cloud walker: one who lives in the clouds of their own imagination or dreams, or one who does not obey the conventions of society, literature, or art.
Just For Fun:
Shiritori Game: a word game for all
How to be a nerd and why that is awesome: The defining characteristic that ties us all together is that we love things.
The 18 Most Suppressed Inventions Ever: I talked about how the drug in Take Me Tomorrow is not the only time society has created something to see into the future. Read this article and check out the Chronovisor
Enjoy website hunting!