Saturday, March 1, 2014

Weekly Obsessions

The awesome Kelly at KellyVision started posting a weekly post highlighting whatever she happened to be obsessed with that week. I LOVE this idea, so much in fact that I will be doing it myself every Saturday.

Here are my obsessions this week. Short and sweet this week!


Cover of Mortal Danger by Ann Aguirre (goodreads)

REALLY different than what I anticipated. Based on the Goodreads synopsis I want this, immediately. It sounds awesome, and I do love this cover. It's simple, eye catching, and different than most of the covers out there.

High School Horror Story series by Chandler Baker 

I am a sucker for anything that puts a twist on a classic tale. This deal that was recently announced via Entertainment Weekly immediately piqued my interest

Entertainment Weekly has the following blurb
The first book in the series, written by YA author Chandler Baker, will be called Teen Frankenstein and will hit shelves in Fall 2015. The High School Horror Story series will re-imagine classic literary monsters in a Paris, Texas high school. The first book will draw inspiration from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, told through the lens of a teenage girl who falls in love with the popular classmate she both accidentally kills and then brings back to life.
I pretty much want this immediately. It sounds like something I might end up LOVING if done right. I am also interested to see what other 'classic literary monsters' will feature.



It is officially March, which means BEA is getting close! We're beginning to have a few signings details released and March generally is when things start to happen. I want it to be May! I am most looking forward to (outside of BEA) going to see Heathers, having Shake Shack, and exhausted nights chatting with my bookish people!

Need For Speed movie

I got to see an advance screening of this on Thursday. IT IS SO MUCH FUN! It's got some awesome car stunts. Aaron Paul is almost Steve McQueen-esque as a leading man. Side note - He wears a leather jacket incredibly well *swoon*. The 'love interest' in the story was sweet and not strictly used as eye candy. There was a lot I enjoyed about it. Most of all it's funny. Way funnier than I was expecting.

So what are you obsessed with this week?

1 comment:

  1. I didn't *love* Ann Aguirre's last series but that is an incredibly eye catching cover - may have to give this one a shot


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