All of the Books I Read In 2015

Hi everyone!

I did this post last year for all of the books I read in 2014, and all of you seemed to enjoy it, so I thought that I would do the same post for this past year!

Let’s get started!



Maximum Ride Volume 7
Everything That Leads to You by Nina LaCour
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
We Are Canada by Rikia Saddy
The Last Train by Rona Arato
Growing Up by Kira Vermond
Real Justice: Sentenced to Life at Seventeen: The Story of David Milgaard by Cynthia J. Faryon
Zoo Orchestra by Manuel Díaz


Fairest (The Lunar Chronicles #3.5) by  Marissa Meyer
Minutes Before Sunset by Shannon A. Thompson
Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
The Only Boy by Jordan Locke
The Boyfriend List: 15 Guys, 11 Shrink Appointments, 4 Ceramic Frogs and Me, Ruby Oliver by E. Lockhart


Me Being Me Is Exactly as Insane as You Being You by Todd Hasak-Lowy
Hit (Hit #1) by Delilah S. Dawson
Sea Change by Diane Tullson
Hopes and Dreams: The Story of Barack Obama by Steve Dougherty, Hal Buell


The Wicked Will Rise (Dorothy Must Die #2) by Danielle Paige
In Real Life: My Journey to a Pixelated World by Joey Graceffa
Maybe: A Little Zen for Little Ones by Sanjay Nambiar


Red Scarf Girl by Ji-li Jiang
It’s Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini
Galgorithm by Aaron Karo
Three Day Summer by Sarvenaz Tash


Kissing in America by Margo Rabb


Beyond the Kingdoms (The Land of Stories #4) by Chris Colfer


The Rest of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness
This Is Where It Ends by Marieke Nijkamp


Stones on a Grave (Secrets) by Kathy Kacer


Binge by Tyler Oakley


This May Sound Crazy by Abigail Breslin
Stargirl (Stargirl #1) by Jerry Spinelli
Genius: The Game by Leopoldo Gout
Where You’ll Find Me by Natasha Friend


These are all of the books I’ve read this year! Let me know in the comments below how many books you read in 2015!

Good Night Book Owls!

2015 Year In Review: Most Disappointing Books of 2015

Hi everyone!

Today is the first time in a LONG TIME where I’m actually posting the proper post on the proper day! As you’ve probably noticed, I’ve been catching up on my posts so for the last few days I’ve published almost 4 posts a day but dated them different days… Oops! Anyways, I was looking for something to post today and I came across a post that I did last year about the most disappointing books of 2015. I don’t like to be a “Debbie Downer”, but I thought that it would be kind of fun to write this post, just to voice my opinion and say that not every book I read is 4 or 5 stars!

You can read last years post here!

So, today I’m going to share with you my top 3 most disappointing books of 2015…

  1. Kissing In America by Margo Rabb.

This book has excellent ratings and I thought I was going to love it… turns out this is the worst book I have ever read, and I’ve read a lot of books. I received this book from HarperCollins Canada and it was my first book I’d ever received from them. I felt so bad that I hated it, and didn’t end up reviewing it. Now that I’m a lot more comfortable with them, I figured I would share this with you now! I ended up giving this book 0/5 stars. I hated the setting and all of the characters. Especially the whiny emotional wrecked “bee” (what do you think I mean…) Eva, the protagonist. UHHH I hate even thinking about this book!

2. Red Scarf Girl by Ji-Li Jiang

This book has been out for a while, and I ended up reading it for school. The fact that I read it in school has NOTHING to do with my opinion of it. In fact, the other 2 books I’ve read for school have been amazing! These include Night and Stargirl! I really didn’t like this book because the story line was not very good. Once the book ended up picking up the pace, there were only 20 pages left! I still had a lot of un-answered questions, and I was very upset about it.

3. The Wicked Will Rise by Danielle Paige

Don’t get me wrong, I love Danielle Paige and Dorothy Must Die, but this book was not very good. I still gave it a decent rating (3/5 stars), but it was very boring and didn’t really answer any questions I had about the previous book. I hope the 3 one that comes out in early spring really picks up and I end up loving it!

Those were my most disappointing books of 2015. Did you have any? Comment below or tweet me @readingreadingreading and we can discuss!

Good Night Book Owls!


2015 Year In Review: Best Books of 2015

Hi everyone!

Today, I’m going to share with you my top 8 Best Books of 2015! I didn’t read a ton of books so 15 would be a bit to much for me to do. You won’t be seeing my full list of all of the books I’ve read until December 31, so keep an eye out for that post shortly!

Let’s get started!

  1. The Land of Stories: Beyond The Kingdoms by Chris Colfer
  2. It’s Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini
  3. Binge by Tyler Oakley
  4. In Real Life: My Journey to a Pixelated World by Joey Graceffa
  5. Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
  6. Genius by Leopoldo Gout
  7. Everything That Leads to You by Nina La Cour
  8. The Hunger Games by Suzzane Collins (Movie review here)

Those were my top 8 books of 2015!

Here were my top 14 books of 2014!

Let me know what your favourite book of 2015 was in the comments below or tweet it to me on twitter @readingreadingreading!

Good Night Book Owls!



2015 Year In Review: Favourite Posts

Hi everyone!

I thought that today it would be fun to share with you my top 15 posts of 2015, kind of like what I do with books! If you didn’t know, I somehow ended up posting 239 times this year, and hope next year that shoots up to 365!

Here were a few of my favourite posts:

  1. Frenzy Presents 2015 Recap/Experience
  2. Raincoast Teen Preview Recap/Experience
  3. Shannon A. Thompson Interview
  4. In My Mailbox #5
  5. Most Anticipated Books of 2015 (2016 version will be up shortly!!)
  6. Tweets While At The Library
  7. Nominated for a REAL BLOGGING AWARD
  8. Author Event: The Secrets
  10. Alyssa Searches Search Terms
  11. Translations and Why They Matter Most
  12. Jordan Locke Interview
  13. Quick Thought #8: ARCs/Review Books
  14. Libib App!
  15. 2015 Bookish Goals and Resolutions! (Because I basically didn’t do any of them… that’s what a new year is for!!)
  16. I’M AN IDIOT (because humor…)

I’d love to hear from you guys and see what posts you loved on Reading, Reading, Reading this year! Although, the best is yet to come!

Good Night Book Owls!

2015 Year In Review: Blog Stats

Hi everyone!

Today officially marks the day that normal posts start again, plus my regular theme is back… I know you’ve all missed the Owl!

Anyways, I received a wonderful email from WordPress about my stats for this year, and thought that I would take a chill blog day by sharing it with you! It’s so cute and I love how they made it this year!

Enjoy it by scrolling down and clicking on the link below!

Good Night Book Owls!


The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 4,000 times in 2015. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 3 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

Holiday Reading: Merry Christmas!

Hi everyone!

I hope you are all having a wonderful Merry Christmas! Christmas this year, is the day that the Holiday Reading 2015 is over… it’s been so much fun creating daily content for you all and I hope you all enjoyed it!!

Get ready for a few end of the year posts in the next couple of days, plus a big announcement that you’re not going to want to miss on January 1!

Good Night Book Owls!

Holiday Reading: Quick Thought #16: Starbucks in Bookstores is ALWAYS Better

Hi everyone!

One day, I walked into my local bookstore and saw a Starbucks in it! As normal, I ordered the usual,  a Grande Cotton Candy Frappucino. While enjoying it, I realized that Starbucks in Indigo or any cafe in any bookstore is always better! The whole atmosphere is much better than a busy single store, and the baristas are so nice!

Let me know in the comments if you agree with this opinion, or as always chat with me on Twitter @readingreadingreading!

Good Night Book Owls!

Holiday Reading: Quick Thought #15: Giving Back in the Bookish Community

Hi everyone!

Today, I thought I would quickly remind you all of the bookish opportunities to donate in your community!

Throughout this time of year when most of us get gifts, we should remember the people who are not fortunate enough to be able to have that opportunity. Many libraries and charities around this time of year look for book donations, and I’m sure us book bloggers have a ton of books to donate!

I’d love to hear if you have done any donating this season in the comments below or feel free to tweet me @readingreadingreading!

Good Night Book Owls!

Holiday Reading: Fun Bookish Winter Activities

Hi everyone,

Today I’m going to share with you a few fun bookish winter activities!

  1. Reorganize Your Bookshelf!

Epic Reads has a very fun quiz you can take on how you should reorganize your bookshelf, and you can play it here!

2. Visit Your Local Library

Believe it or not, there are still many people who have yet to lay eyes on their local libraries shelves, and you might be one of them! Several months ago, I made a tour of my library and you can read about it here.

3.  Host a Book Club

Maybe a few of your closest friends love to read and have nothing to do over the break! Create and host a book club meeting for all of your friends to enjoy!

I hope that you enjoyed my top 3 bookish activities to do this winter break!

Good Night Book Owls!