Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme, created by Jill at Breaking The Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we’re eagerly anticipating.
This week I am waiting on
Only Love Can Break Your Heart by Katherine Webber
Publication Date: August 2nd, 2018
Sometimes a broken heart is all you need to set you free… Reiko loves the endless sky and electric colours of the Californian desert. It is a refuge from an increasingly claustrophobic life of family pressures and her own secrets. Then she meets Seth, a boy who shares a love of the desert and her yearning for a different kind of life. But Reiko and Seth both want something the other can’t give them. As summer ends, things begin to fall apart. But the end of love can sometimes be the beginning of you…
How are we only 4 months away from 2018? I feel like the year has gone by way to fast and I’ve done nothing with it. Time sucks. August has been a busy month for me. Between work, making travel plans and trying to piece together my life, my heads been all over the place. Because of that I’ve not been as active on the blogosphere, which sucks but I’ve been feeling so drained that I just didn’t have the energy to be more active. Hopefully this will not be the case this September.
Anyway, this month was a steady one for reading. After finishing the Gravity series, I finally made that jump back into sci-fi and read Gemina. That book completely blew me away. I can’t believe I waited so long to read it and now I have to wait until 2018 to get my hands on Obsidio. After reading Gemina, I had the urge to go back and re-read Illuminae and it was just as much fun the second time around. To finish off the month I picked up Seeker and thought it did a great job at building on the first book in this duology.
Summer has come and gone and August has been one busy month for me. Between working, catching up with old friends and getting myself organised for this months holiday, finding time to just sit back and relax was a challenge.
However, having said that I’ve had a pretty good reading month. I’ve been on such a contemporary kick and it was just what I needed. As I’ve mentioned before I’ve recently become addicted to these sports contemporary romances and NA books. From baseball to ice hockey, I simply cannot get enough of these books. I don’t read a lot of NA but the ones I do tend to be good and The Off-Campus series has got to be the most humourous and angst free NA books I’ve read; I love them. I also loved re-visiting the Thunder Road series and getting Razor’s story was such a treat.