August TBR List

Hello! Tomorrow is the first day of August, so I decided to show you guys the books I want to read this month.

Number 1 on my list this month is Isla and the Happily Ever After!

I absolutely loved Anna and the French Kiss and Lola and the Boy Next Door This book comes out on August 14th.

Next I want to read is Aristotle an Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe.

I picked this book up a week ago and I am really excited to read it. I have heard sooo many good things on it, and the cover is just absolutely beautiful.

Next on my list is Throne of Glass and Crown of Midnight both by Sarah J. Maas.

These two books look absolutely amazing, and I am reading them so I can get ready for the 3rd book, Heir of Fire, which I believe is coming on sometime in September. I have heard these are amazing fantasy books, which is exactly what I have been looking for.

This book I actually started already, but I want to finish it this month, and that is The 5th Wave.

From what I have read so far, this book seem really good. I love the idea of the aliens, and I definitely want to finish before the sequel comes out!

Finally, here are some series starters that I own that I would like to start this month..
– The Darkest Minds Trilogy
– Daughter of Smoke and Bone Trilogy

This is it for now, becuase August is going to be a pretty busy month for me. Hopefully I will be able to read more, but these 5 books

Release Dates

August 2014 Release Dates

Here are a couple of book releases this month…


 August 5th:     


                                      Gates of Thread and Stone by Lori M. Lee 

A YA Fantasy novel about a girl named Kai who has the ability to manipulate threads of time. When she tries to find her brother after he disappears, Kai will learn about her power, her, and shocking secrets about her brother.

Gates of Thread and Stone



Opposition by Jennifer L. Armentrout

       This is the 5th and final book of the Lux series. It is a very fun and fast-paced read that follows Katy and Daemon while  they risk everything to save their friends and mankind.

Opposition (Lux, #5)



August 14:


                                       Isla and the Happily Ever After by Stephanie Perkins

    Falling in love was easy for both Isla and Josh. However, as they go back to school for their senior year, they learn that ‘happily ever afters’ aren’t always forever. This is the third companion novel to Stephanie Perkins series and the story is     intertwined with old characters, like Anna and Etienne and Lola and Cricket.

Opposition (Lux, #5)


                                          Fiendish by Brenna Yovanoff

     Clementine spent 10 years of her life trapped down in cellar, while magic keeps her alive as she is forgotten as time goes on. A boy set her free, and now she is back in the real world and on a mission to find out who put her in the cellar and   why.



August 26


                                        A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall

  Everyone knows that Gabe and Lea should be together The creative writing teacher, the bus driver, the barista, even a  squirrel. They see how they get the same references and order the same food. They are perfect for each other. And the       only people who doesn’t know that is Gabe and Lea themselves.This is a unique story from many point of views from               different people as they tell a love story.

A Little Something Different


                    Can’t Look Away by Donna Cooner

   Torrey Grey is famous. Her videos have thousands of people watching. But one day, Torrey’s world comes crashing down.      The day  her sister died, possibly because of her videos. Now she is receiving tons of hate and she is trying to find someone    she can  trust. Torrey will have to evaluate both life and death, while trying to mourn for her sister out of the eye of the            public.  Can't Look Away







That’s it for this month! Check back at the end of August for the next list for the month of September.


Back again!

I think I finally got everything set up and now I should be able to start posting! Now that Find me at the Library is running, I’ll explain what exactly I plan on doing with this book blog.

As of right now I have 3 categories: Book Reviews, Release Dates, and TBR (Abbreviation for ‘to be read’). In the Book Reviews Category, this is where I will all my thoughts on books I have read. My goal is to at least put a little review up for each book I read. However, I have also read many other amazing books that I would like to show you, so I will also have ‘Redo Reviews’. These will be reviews on some of my favorite books and series.

In the Release Dates category, I will be posting the release dates on some of the most anticipated books. Here you will also be able to find announcements on new books and news on the publication of these books.

And finally, in the TBR category, I will just post some of the books that I currently really want to read. Here you can find my monthly ‘to be read’ post which will include all the books I want to try to read that month. I will also post my end of the month wrap ups here, which will show what books I finished that month.

I hope to add more category as time goes on, but these are the main three right now. I will also be posting about movie adaptions, hauls, and author news as well, but those posts for now will just be shown on the home screen. I look forward to start posting!


New Blog!

Welcome to Find me at the Library! This will be a book blog that follows young adult literature. I will post reviews, news on books, and all kinds of bookish stuff. I’ve never done anything like this before, so I guess we will see how it goes.

I wanted to create book blog, because I wanted to be able to share my thoughts on books. I’m super excited, and I can’t wait to see how this turns out. Happy reading!