January was a fun month here at ONCE. I got back on track after the holiday craziness and various food hangovers, and I started getting back to the basics of why I blog. It's something you'll see me talking a LOT about this year, and I'm happy to see that so many other bloggers feel the same way.
In case you missed something at the blog, here's a recap!
I'm moving to WordPress. Unless something drastic changes, I will STILL BE at THIS web address, but things like GFC will be gone. I will likely keep Linky followers, and there will be RSS/Email subscriber options of course. You can read more about this move here.
Lullaby by Amanda Hocking. Rating: Beam-worthy. Read it: here. (See why I broke up with this series.)
Touching the Surface by Kimberly Sabatini. Rating: Squee-worthy. Read it: here.
Catherine by April Lindner. Rating: Beam-worthy. Read it: here.
Normalish by Margaret Lesh. Rating: Beam-worthy. Read it here.
Revolution 19 by Gregg Rosenblum. Rating: Beam-worthy. Read it here.
The Archived by Victoria Schwab. Rating: Swoon-worthy. Read it here. (I LOVED THIS BOOK.)
Unravel Me by Tahereh Mafi. Rating: Swoon-worthy. Read it: here.
Waiting on Wednesday - A Darkness Strange and Lovely by Susan Dennard
Waiting on Wednesday - Shadow of the Mark by Leigh Fallon
Waiting on Wednesday - Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo
Waiting on Wednesday - Sweet Peril by Wendy Higgins
*This is the LAST month that WOW will be done weekly. Starting in February, it will ONLY be once a month.*
Top Ten Tuesday - Top Ten Books I Resolve to Read in 2013
Top Ten Tuesday - Top Ten Book-ish Resolutions for 2013
None this month. Look for NEW discussion posts starting very soon!
- Author Interview: Alyssa Rose Ivy
- NEW FEATURE! Becoming a Better Blogger - #1: Kicking Blogger Jealousy to the Curb. I confessed that I get jealous of other bloggers - and am working on ridding myself of that.
Awesome from the blogging community!
- Lisa at Lisa is Busy Nerding talked about not letting blogger jealousy in her life! (Great minds, yo!)
- Jamie at The Perpetual Page Turner blogged about her feelings about love triangles. (Worth a read, guys!)