Yay! I finally read a new book ! I just loved Katie McGarry’s “Red At Night.” It was a hundred page novella, and every second of it was amazing. I felt connected to each of the main character’s despite the shortness of this e-book, and although I wished it had lasted longer, I felt really satisfied afterwards, like it was somehow complete. Not all the issues are resolved but you know that the people in the book are going to keep trying to be better versions of themselves, and not be afraid to hope for something better in the future than they’ve known in the past.
I just loved every minute of this book and I can’t stop gushing over it! So, here’s some pictures that describe what I was feeling while I read this novella.
right in the FEELS…
and this was me by the end of it.
And then I realized that there was a chapter of Katie’s next book, “Take Me On”, in the back.
Sorry, guys, about the lack of book posts lately. Sadly, I haven’t found a good book to read in over a month. But, alas, I have not despaired (yet) because of a magical show (no pun intended) called “Once Upon a Time.” I have watched all of season three (up until the newest episode), and I have enjoyed it quite a bit, but it was just in the last couple of weeks that I really got into the show. Me and my sisters started watching a few episodes every night, and it has been so much fun going through it again. It has been a while since I’ve had something to really fangirl over; I was a bit out of shape there for a while, but now I’m once again a full-time, high functioning fangirl. My favorite thing to fangirl over has to be Captain Swan (Emma Swan and Captain Hook (Colin O’ Donoghue), if you didn’t already know). The chemistry between those two characters is epic. Plus, he’s pretty fantastic all by himself. I mean, come on, look at him.
*SWOON* How could you not fangirl over this handsome, charming, and very misguided pirate who has a heart of gold? And have you seen his hair?
I realize he was super EVIL in season two and that he was a total misogynist (he stopped that bent, thankfully, when season three started), and only interested in helping himself. Why I like him now is because he redeemed himself in season three, and because I have a weakness for character growth and cheeky pirates. Call me crazy, but I’m shipping Captain Swan all the way into the Winner’s Circle.
P.S. This will be me if Captain Swan doesn’t pan out.