Because there ain’t no rest for the wicked. Money doesn’t grow on trees. I got bills to pay, I got mouths to feed. There ain’t nothing in this world for free. I can’t slow down, I can’t hold back though you know, I wish I could. There ain’t no rest for the wicked until we close our eyes for good.
If you’re part of the book community, you know what WATTPAD is. I don’t need to give you an introduction. If for some reason you’re not aware of it, let me share a TLDR version:
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My sister works in publishing as a graphic artist. She decided to try freelancing part-time.
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90% of the books I read last year are advance review copies, they are now available for purchase. Naturally, I have book reviews on all of them and I linked them all below. I have to tell you, these are not mainstream books. I’m all for sharing underrated stories.
It’s ironic that readers want to hear from new voices but most of them do not make the effort of scouting books from small publishers and independent writers. Sadly, we still have the snob-culture on non-traditional publishing. I hope it will somehow change in the coming years.
Enough preaching, here are my top 18 books read in 2018:
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They are bound to be the death of me.
Especially one with blue eyes, perfectly Mormon cut hair, and probably the inspiration for the girl’s camp song “Hot Priest”.
Why the heck did he have to be the bishop’s son?
Cause here’s the thing. While I’m Mormon, I don’t really belong. I mean, I want to, but I just can’t seem to keep on the straight and narrow. Seriously, look at me. I’m not even supposed to use the name Mormon anymore, but Latter-Day Saint is a mouthful. So I’m sticking to Mormon. Sorry, Prophet.
The bishop knows my past. He knows my problems. There is no freaking way he’s going to let me date his son.
Yet, Nate comes after me anyway. And I fall hard.
But eventually….I will have to tell him about my past.
And I know, he’ll run far, far away from me when I do.
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