Fictional Character Book Recommendations!

Hey guys! So as you could probably tell from the title, I’m not really sure what to call this, but basically, in this post, I’m going to be naming a bunch of different fictional characters, and I’m going to be telling you what book genre I think that they would like. Let’s get started!

Katniss Everdeen (The Hunger Games)


I think Katniss would probably read a lot of diy books. I feel like she’s the kind of character who likes to be independent, so she would enjoy learning how to diy stuff.

Tris Prior (Divergent)


I think Tris would enjoy reading time travel books. I’m not totally sure why, but she just seems like someone who would like those.

Celeana Sardothien (Throne of Glass)


I think Celeana would enjoy reading Dystopian books, like the aforementioned, with badass female protagonists who defy all odds because from Throne of Glass we get the image the Celeana doesn’t like to be, and shouldn’t be, underestimated.

Eleanor (Eleanor and Park)


I think Eleanor would like reading cheesy romance novels because while she has a super tough life, she always seemed to me to be more of a dreamer.

Hazel Grace (The Fault in our Stars)


I feel like Hazel would like reading tragic romances or books about war. She seems to like more depressing books, so any book that is honest and “real” would be something she would probably enjoy.

Jace Wayland (The Mortal Instruments)


I think that Jace likes books of poetry and Shakespearean type stuff. Anything mature and hard to understand, Jace would be all over it.

So that’s all I have for this post! Did you agree? Disagree? Do you want to see more of these done? Let me know by leaving a comment! If you decided to do this post, leave a link so I can check it out! Also, if you happen to have a better title for this, please tell me! Thanks!



The Versatile Blogger Award!

Hey guys! I was indirectly nominated for this award by A Mortal Reader. You can check out her post here.

Let’s start with the rules:

  • Show the award on your blog
  • Thank the person who nominated you.
  • Share seven facts about yourself.
  • Nominate others

7 facts about me:

  1. I am one of four siblings.
  2. I have a kindle, but I rarely ever use it.
  3. I go through periods where I just forget to read.
  4. I have never read the Percy Jackson series, although I really want to.
  5. I used to break out whenever I would eat strawberries. But I loved them. So I ate them anyways. And now, thank goodness, I’m over that. The price we pay for love!
  6. I LOVE Disney World and have been there at least ten times.
  7. I preschedule my blog posts, and try to write them in bulk when I can.

I tag…



Sue’s reading corner



Of Endless Pages

As always, if you have done this post, leave me a link to check out! Have a nice day!



May Wrap Up!

Hey everyone! So this month, I haven’t really had much time to read because of finals, which really stink, but the one good part of finals is that it means that school is wrapping up, so hopefully I’ll have more time to read in June!

In May, I didn’t really stick to my TBR list, but I’m not to upset about that. I’m kind of disappointed that I didn’t read more this month, but that’s okay. Let’s start with what I read in May!

Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

This was the first book that I read in May, and while it was amazing, it left me in quite a book hangover. I had to take a week or so to just let it sink in, and than I was able to read another book.

Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare

For those of you who have been reading my posts for a while, you guys probably know how much I love Cassandra Clare, so I was so excited to read this book, and I loved it! I’m so excited to finish reading the infernal devices!

The Unwanteds by Lisa McMann

This is a middle grade book that has been on my TBR shelf for a while, so when I wanted to read an easy, quick book, I read this one. It was actually really good, and I want to continue the series eventually, but it’s not one of my top priorities right now.

A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray

This was the last book that I read in May, and I really enjoyed it as well. I haven’t read many scifi books, but I definitely want to continue on with this trilogy, and if you have any good scifi books you’d recommend, let me know!

The reason I’m not doing a June TBR this month is because I don’t want to worry about sticking to it, so I’m just going to read whatever I feel like and as much as I can. The one thing I know I’m going to read is Boy With Words by CE Wilson because the author sent me an arc, so plan for a review to come soon! Thanks!


Shelf Candy Saturday #9!


Welcome to Shelf Candy Saturday #9! This weeks book is one of the books that I don’t really know much about, I just know that I’ve seen it everywhere, and thought that the cover is gorgeous, so I decided to share it…


The Love That Split The World by Emily Henry!

I love this book and thought the cover was so beautiful! Have you read it yet? What did you guys think? Let me know in the comments!


Dear No One

Hey guys. I’ve been pondering stuff lately, because I’m in a pondering mood, and I’ve been thinking about the concept of writing letters to nobody. I know that To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before has a similar concept, but what if every time you wanted to say something that you know you shouldn’t, you  just wrote a letter, or even a little note, addressed to that person, but never for them to receive. So a few nights ago, I tried it. It was the middle of the night, and I really could not sleep. I was just thinking about so much stuff, and my brain would not shut off. I’ve tried keeping a diary, I’ve tried journaling, I’ve even tried meditating, and while I enjoy doing all of those, that night I decided to try something new. I took out one of my notebooks from the basket under my bed, and wrote a letter.

I wrote a letter to the person who was popping up in my mind the most, and I just wrote out my feelings. I think I might tweak it in the future and just write to “No One”, but I found this letter writing process to be oddly relaxing. I think it really helped to kind of solidify my thoughts into paper and ink.

Have you ever written a letter that you know you will never send? If you try it, let me know!



Hey everyone! This is a super exciting day because we recently reached 50 followers on Leah’s Book Blog!! I would like to thank each and every one of you guys for following me, and sticking with me throughout the first couple of months. I am so super grateful for you guys for helping me get here! Our fam is growing steadily!

Thanks again!


I also just realized that this is my 50th post!! How cool is that?

Shelf Candy Saturday #8


Hey everyone! I’m actually super duper excited for this weeks Shelf Candy Saturday! This weeks Shelf Candy Saturday is…


Empire of Storms by Sara J Maas!

Those of you who have been reading my posts for a while probably know how much I love Sarah J Maas. She is literally my queen. So when she finally posted her cover reveal for Empire of Storms I was ecstatic! I cannot wait for this book to come out. I need it. Now!