I hope everyone had a wonderful Holiday season and New Years! I took off of one of my jobs so that I could spend more time with my little family. It was awesome.
Now that I’m back to the grind, I thought I’d share some of my favorite books, posts, and other highlights from 2015!
This may get long…2015 was a great year!
Let’s get the longest category out of the way: BOOKS.
2015 Fave books
I’m not really sure if I had a completely #1 favorite book of 2015. There were so many to choose from that I could talk about for hours, so in no particular order here are my top ten! …They are pretty much all Sci-fi/dystopian lit!
- Killshot by Aria Michaels
- Aria was my first author interview EVER. She wrote such an awesome book, I knew I needed to hear more about it. I’m so happy she agreed to answer a few questions!
- Killshot is about a girl named Liv and how she goes from being a normal high school girl (with legit problems) to fighting for her life and the lives of those around her. Read more in my review.
- Buy link
- Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
- I’m sure this book is on everyone’s “best of 2015” lists, but I had to add it. It’s awesome! (See review) I added it to my “read yearly” list on Goodreads, which only has two other books on it right now. I received “Ready Player One” from a LootCrate! Best month ever!
- Buy link (At time of post, the paperback was cheaper than the kindle edition!)
- The Treemakers by Christina L Rozelle
- This one is classified as YA, but definitely has some scarier parts. I loved it. It was definitely dark, yet remained hopeful through all of the horribleness. Read my reviews and interview with Christina here.
- Christina is a great author, but also a kind and generous person. She agreed to an interview and I look forward to getting to know her more over the years!
- Buy link
- Prep for Doom anthology by Band of Dystopian Authors and Fans
- Tails of the Apocalypse by various authors
- Anything written by Sarah Noffke in 2015
- In a very short time, Sarah has written a few series. All awesome, all a little different, and all taking place in the same “universe.” Each book is about people called “dream travelers” who each have special abilities. Love.
- Link to all the posts about her and her books here.
- Here is her author page on Amazon so you can check them out!
- Between Life and Death series by Ann Christy
- Halfway Dead by Terry Maggert
- Dark Bishop by Casey L Bond and Rachael Brownell
- Sand by Hugh Howey
- This one was SO good. I think I liked it even more than Wool. Hugh has a way with words. I felt like I was buried in the sand, in a good way…if that’s possible.
- Buy link
AGH! That’s ten already? How about some honorable mentions? I really could go on and on. Last year was a great year for books and I cannot wait to read more in 2016!
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