Undead Monthly

Check out what you’ve missed in the last month! (This will include some posts from April since we didn’t have an April wrap-up!)

Undead Monthly-Highlights

• Deadly Darlings celebrated our one year blogoversary! There was some blog and reader love, tips and a giveaway! Check out the full post here.

• We’re hosting a reading challenge! Join us here.

• Last April, we attended our first book signing! Check out the wrap-up here.

• We’re almost at 500 email followers! Eeeeep! We really appreciate the blog love, guys. *tackle hugs everyone*

Undead Monthly-Featurer

Biggest Flirts (Superlatives, #1)

Biggest Flirts was your typical high school drama with better, realistic characters who were a bit different from the characters you’d normally read about in contemporary. If you’re into something that is totally teen-ish and with a different type of heroine, give this a shot. -Aimee

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Outpost (Razorland, #2)

Outpost by Ann Aguirre
review to come, maybe!

My book of the month would have to be Outpost by Ann Aguirre. I loved the first book in the series, so it isn’t all that surprising that I loved the sequel! Despite the fact that the plot was a little rocky, and the characters bipolar, the book was great! It was action-packed, had all the Fade feels, and had its very own BAMF. -Dyan

 

Undead Monthly-Reviews

• Played (Hooked, #2) by Liz Fichera | 2 stars |  review

• Seraphina (Seraphina, #1) by Rachel Hartman | 4 stars | review

• Ruby Red (Ruby Red, #1) by Kerstin Gier | 3 stars | review

• Grave Mercy (His Fair Assassin, #1) by Robin LaFevers | 4 stars | review

• Better Off Friends by Elizabeth Eulberg | 3 stars | review

• The Dark World (The Dark World, #1) by Cara Lynn Shultz | 3.5 stars | review

• Biggest Flirts (Superlatives, #1) by Jennifer Echols | 4 stars | review

• Dangerous Creatures (Dangerous Creatures, #1) by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl | 2 stars | review

 

Undead Monthly-Other

• Let’s talk about blogging styles.

• Aimee was tagged in two blogger tags!

Are you a bookworm? Well…

• Show some new bloggers some blog love!

• If these fictional guys were real… they’d be [x] in my life!

•  Join Aimee in her reading challenge!

Undead Monthly-In the Future

Click on the covers to check out these books’ Goodreads pages!

Aimee’s to-be-published in June wishlist:

Say What You Will Otherbound Just Like the Movies

Dyan’s to-be-published in June wishlist:

Ruin and Rising (The Grisha, #3) Inland Just Sing (Seven Oaks #1)

Some June Posts:

• Dark Metropolis by Jaclyn Dolamore blog tour (review)

• Threats of Sky and Sea by Jennifer Ellison blog tour (review)

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That’s it for this month’s wrap-up, guys! Be sure to leave links to your monthly/weekly summaries for us to check out!

SIG - Duo

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34 thoughts on “Monthly Summary: May

  1. Omg only 5 more until 500! That’s literally so amazing! You guys totally deserve so congratulations ♥♥♥ Hope you guys have a lovely June! Lots of good books coming out. :D Happy reading!

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  2. Wow! You guys are so organized with blogging! If only I can be half as organized as you guys, I’ll be so successful, lol. :) Biggest Flirt sounds like something I would read. I love these quick, contemporary reads. Plus, it’s Jennifer Echols.

    I actually really like the Ruby Red series. I really like historical fiction. Although Ruby Red was more of time traveling, I really liked the romance and twists in there. :)

    I can’t wait for Ruin and Rising! It’s the last book! Can’t wait to see what happens. :D Just Like the Movies looks like a fun book to read~

    And congrats on for your email followers success!

    Cindy @ In This World of Books..

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    1. Aw, thanks, Cindy! I’m definitely more unorganized in person! :P Biggest Flirts was adorable! I need to read more from Jennifer Echols.

      Just Like the Movies looks super cute and fun! Thanks again! <3

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  3. Wow! It looks like you’ve had quite the month ladies! :D Between your blogoversery and your reading challenge and everything else in between, you’ve had such creative and original ideas, and you never fail to entertain! :)

    And wow! Almost 500 email followers? That’s awesome! You both completely deserve it! :D

    Happy reading! Here’s to another great month! *clinks glass* :D

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  4. Congratulations on the email followers you two!!! That’s awesome! This blog definitely deserves though!

    I’ve only just realized that I should focus on growing that follower base so i only have about 70 right now but hopefully I’ll be able to grow that too :)

    I would have to check Biggest Flirts out, it’s been awhike since I read a YA contemporary and this one does sound refreshing.

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  5. I loved reading this summary for May c: I know I’ve said it around 834903843 times but I just adore your blog design. It’s incorporated in this summary in such a cute and subtle way. It’s also so organized ahhh c: I just love it.

    Otherbound seems like a interesting book! I actually hadn’t heard about it until now, so thank you Aimee c: Inland also seems cool, the cover really intrigues me.

    Can’t wait to see more from Deadly Darlings and congrats on nearing 500 e-mail followers <33

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    1. Thanks so much, Larissa! :D I’ll try to be more organized in real life as well, haha! xD

      I love the cover for Inland, too! And Otherbound sounds badass.

      Thanks again! I love reading all your lovely comments. <33

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  6. I keep telling myself I want to do a monthly wrap-up…and then I never do. I end up posting about lion king gifs or something. (Don’t ask.) BUT ANYWAY. You’ve had a fabulous month and HUZZAH for those 500 email followers. YOU ARE AMAZING AND DESERVE IT ALL.

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  7. i’m super excited for Ruin and Rising & Say What You Will, too! Both looks like great reads & happy blogoversary

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  8. Congratulations on all of those lovely readers, girls! I’m so glad that you enjoyed Biggest Flirts, and I can’t wait to see what you think of Say What You Will and Inland! :) I hope you both have a happy June!

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