Sunday, February 12, 2017

Emojiathon Update (2)

As promised, I am here to give you all an update on my progress for the Emojithon

If you have not yet heard about the Emojithon, I will leave a link to my previous post with more information, as well as the link to the official Twitter page ran by @dylanthereader5, @sarah_belk and @Nayasmilesforu.

Technically, this book I am about to share is the third book I have finished since the start of the Emojiathon, however, I am still trying to decide which challenge to include my second book in. So for now, I am just going to say I have completed two challenges! The first being Read a book in under 24 hours and the second being...
Read a romance/contemporary

For this challenge, I had read Lost & Found by Nicole Williams. This is a New Adult Romance/Contemporary novel and is the first book in Williams' Lost & Found series.

I will put out a real review for this novel later but for now I will give some brief thoughts. 

I had honestly just randomly chose this book off my Kindle one night when I couldn't sleep. I wanted something different from what I normally read, and this was definitely that. I do not usually read much romance or contemporary. I am not really sure why to be honest, it is just not a genre I pick up a lot. So I had my doubts going into this. However, Nicole William's Eternal Eden, the first book in her Eden Triology, was the first ebook I had ever read when I received my first Kindle (the original Kindle Fire) years ago, and I had absolutely LOVED that trilogy. So, I had already known I was a fan of Williams' writing. 

This novel was about a city girl and a sexy cowboy. Again, not my normal kind of read, but I breezed through it and really enjoyed it for the most part.

If you want to check out the Emojiathon for yourself, you can find information from the links below. As it is a month long read-a-thon, there's still plenty of time to jump on in! I will continue to keep you updated throughout the month! Let me know in the comments if you're participating. 

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