Books I Would Love To Get At ALA

It is so weird to think at this time tomorrow, I will be in Chicago. I have less than seven hours to finish doing everything before I leave on the train at 5am.

I thought with ALA right around the corner, I would share the books I am heavily anticipating. The number is numerous but all these books are definite must-reads.


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Little & Lion by Brandy Colbert

The Art of Feeling by Laura Tims

Dress Codes For Small Towns by Courtney C. Stevens

Out of these three, the one I’m most highly anticipating is Dress Codes For Small Towns. I read Stevens debut novel and loved it so much.


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They Both Die At The End by Adam Silvera

Girls Made of Snow and Glass by Melissa Bashardoust

Madness by Zac Brewer

Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu

There’s Someone Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins

I’ve loved both of Silvera’s books which were full of so much pain but also that super relatable element, most likely due to all the pain. Madness sounds amazing as well and also sad given the subject matter of wanting to commit suicide. I’ve only read The Truth About Alice by Mathieu but I love how her books always tackle serious subjects. I didn’t care for any of Perkins’ books but I can’t turn down this mystery filled book.


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Wild Beauty by Anna Marie-McLemore

Top Ten by Katie Cotugno

Far From The Tree by Robin Benway

The Nowhere Girls by Amy Reed

The 57 Bus by Dashka Slater

Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds

Dear Martin by Nic Stone

I’m towards the end of When The Moon Was Ours by McLemore and even from the first page I knew I would love it. Her magical realism is such a must-read that I know I need her newest title. Cotugno is a two times New York Times Bestseller and I love the sound of her books. I haven’t read any of them yet, but I do own them all.

I adored Emmy & Oliver from a few years ago so much that I’ve been dying for another Contemporary from Benway. I love that Far From The Tree is going to deal with adopted siblings because I love seeing that family dynamic.

I recently read Crazy by Amy Reed, a book I’d been meaning to read for actual years. Reed is another author that writes a lot about serious subject matter and I cannot wait to read The Nowhere Girls. Long Way Down and Dear Martin have been getting a ton of attention this year and can’t wait to read these much needed books.



Here We Are Now by Jasmine Warga


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Three Sides of A Heart by various authors (Anthology)

Foolish Hearts by Emma Mills

Mills, like Cotugno, is an author that I’ve heard a lot about and own books by, but haven’t actually read. Foolish Hearts may just be the first.


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Meet Cute by various authors (anthology)

Love, Hate and Other Filters by Samira Ahmed

Before I Let Go by Marieke Nijkamp

The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert

Meet Cute sounds like the cutest book ever. I love seeing how characters meet so I can’t wait for this anthology, especially since one of the authors is Lauren Gibaldi and I loved her debut The Night We Said Yes. Love, Hate and Other Filters is the last book that I am like, “I must get you or else it will be such a wasted opportunity”. Even better, Samira is signing at ALA so I will definitely be in line to meet her.

It is quite a bit of books, but I’m not expecting to get all of them, though I wouldn’t mind really having most of them, as you can see. I could do without Girls Made of Snow and Glass and The Hazel Wood just because they’re on the fantasy side and I usually stay away from that genre. I do love the fairytale side of the books.

What are the books you’re anticipating from ALA? If you’re not going, what are the books you’re looking forward to for the rest of the year?


My ALA Schedule!

I cannot believe that in a week from now, I will be 1. In Chicago and 2. On my third and final day at ALA. I am so ridiculously excited. There are going to be so many amazing authors that I’ve followed on Twitter that will be signing and so many fantastic books. If you’re wondering where I’ll be or may want to stand in line (somewhat) together, here’s my schedule! A rough draft of it, I need to make some minor adjustments, like adding both numbers…

Priorities are in Bold. Things I’d really like to do are in Italics. Ideally, this would be in a colored spreadsheet, however, I can’t really do a screenshot on the computer without a ton of extra work. 😦 Which makes me very sad, but this isn’t bad!

Date Title Author Time Publisher Area & Type (Panel/Signing)
Sat. 6/24 Miles Morales Jason Reynolds 9:00 AM Disney  
  In 27 Days Alison Gervals 9:00-10:00am Blink Booth #3674
  Strong Female Voices in Publishing for MG and YA Khan, Desir, Menon, Reed 9:15-10:00am   PopTop Stage
  The Girl Who Drank The Moon Kelly Barnhill 9:30-11:00am   Booth #3620
  Hello Universe Erin Entrada Kelly 10:00-10:30am Harper  
  Crafting Kid-Lit Anthologies Jensen, Smith, Reed, Watson, Chibber 10:00-10:50am   PopTop Stage
  The Thing With Feathers McCall Hoyle 10:00-11:00am Blink  
  The Sun Is Also A Star Nicola Yoon 10:00-11:00am Random House  
  Long Way Down Jason Reynolds 10:00-11:00am Simon & Schuster Booth #3020
  Warcross Marie Lu 10:00-11:00am Penguin Booth #3811
  Socially & Politically Oriented Fiction for YA Readers Bacigalupi, Colbert, Latham 11:00-11:50   PopTop Stage
  Welcome Home Eric Smith 11:00-12:00 North Star/Flux Booth #1951
  As You Wish Chelsea Sedoti 11:30-12:30    
  Penguin Young Readers Book Buzz   12:00-12:45   Book Buzz
  How Dare The Sun Rise Sandra Uwiringlyimana 12:00-1:00pm Harper  
  Dreamland Burning Jennifer Latham 12:30-1:30pm Little Brown Booth #2611
  Dear Martin Nic Stone 1:00-2:00pm Random House  
  Amina’s Voice Hena Khan 1:00-2:00pm Simon & Schuster  
  Candlewick Press & Chronicle Books Present Fall ’17 Titles   1:00-1:45    
  YA Authors Dish About YA! Hoyle, Gervais, Foody, Katsoulis, Lancaster, Thomas 1:00-1:50    
  Little & Lion Brandy Colbert 1:30-2:30pm Little Brown
Must Go Buzzworthy Graphic Novels from Scholastic Jennifer L. Holm 2:00-2:45  
Would Really Like to Genuine Fraud E. Lockhart 2:00-3:00pm Random House
Would Like To The Hate U Give Angie Thomas 2:00-3:00pm Harper
Meh The Girl Who Drank The Moon Kelly Barnhill 2:00-3:00pm Algonquin
  Things I’m Seeing Without You Peter Bognanni 2:00-3:00pm Penguin
  The Sun Is Also A Star Nicola Yoon 2:30-3:30pm Random House
  Get Graphic With Penguin Random House   3:00-3:45  
  Solo Kwame Alexander & Mary Rand Hess 3:00-4:00pm Blink
  A Short History of The Girl Next Door Jared Reck 3:00-4:00pm Random House
  Other Broken Things C. Desir 3:00-4:00pm Simon & Schuster
  When Dimple Met Rishi Sandhya Menon 3:00-3:30pm Simon & Schuster
  Want Cindy Pon 3:30-4:00 Simon & Schuster
  Three Is The Magic Number Quirk Books, Soho Teen, Sterling’s Children 4:00-4:45  
  RH Children’s Books Presents the Future of YA Lit. Lockhart (moderator), Stone, Moore 4:00-4:50  
  The Nowhere Girls Amy Reed 4:00-5:00pm Simon & Schuster
  Scythe Neal Shusterman 4:00-5:00pm Simon & Schuster
  Piecing Me Together Renee Watson 4:00-5:00pm Bloomsbury
Sun. 6/25 Challenger Deep Neal Shusterman 9:00-9:30 Harper
  WNDB Presents: Spooky Tales for MG Readers   9:15-10:00  
  Book Buzz: New Fall 2017 from RH Children’s Books   10:00-10:45  
  The Girl With The Red Balloon Katherine Locke 10:00-11:00 AW Teen
  The Names They Gave Us Emery Lord 10:00-11:00 Bloomsbury
  Passenger Alexandra Bracken 10:30-11:30 Disney
  The Hazel Wood Melissa Albert 10:45-11:30  
  If I Was Your Girl Meredith Russo 10:45-11:30 Mac
  To Infinity & Beyond w/ HarlquinTeen, Tor & Starscape   11:00-11:45  
  Location, Location, Location: When Setting Becomes…   11:00-11:50  
  Meant To Be Julie Halpern 11:00-12:00 Mac
  Love, Hate and Other Filters Samira Ahmed 11:00-  
  The Hate U Give Angie Thomas 11:30-12:30 -Booklist-
  The Playbook Kwame Alexander 11:30-12:30  
  Subverting Gender Stereotypes in YA Romance   12:00-12:50  
  Buzz about Children’s Books w/Bloomsbury, Disney, HC…   1:00-1:45  
  York Laura Ruby 1:30-2pm Harper
  The Belles Dhonielle Clayton 2:00-3:00pm Disney
  Wild Beauty Anna-Marie McLemore 2:00-3:00pm Mac
  You Bring The Distant Near Mitali Perkins 2:00-3:00pm Mac
  Disappeared Francisco X. Stork 2:30-3:30pm Scholastic
  Penguin Random House Publisher Services (Client pubs)   3:00-3:45  
  Refugee Alan Gratz 3:30-4:30pm Scholastic
  Shadowhouse Fall Daniel Jose Older 3:30-4:30 Scholastic
  I Believe In A Thing Called Love Maureen Goo 3:30-4:00pm Mac
Mon. 6/26 Outrun The Moon Stacey Lee 9:00-10:00 Penguin
  Simon & Schuster Children’s & Adult Book Buzz   9:15-10:00  
  Spotlight on #OwnVoices titles from ABRAMS   10:00-10:50  
  Pop Culture Meets Scholarly Research   11:00-11:45  
  One Million Abolitionists   11:00-11:50  

Let me know where you’ll be at! Is there anything you think I might have missed? 

Some Gradient Covers

WCW_GraphicThis is my next edition of my somewhat sporadic feature, Wondrous Covers Wednesday.

Wondrous Covers Wednesday is a weekly feature where I choose to showcase three covers with similar attributes and themes. To see past editions, you can check out my page for them here

For today’s Wondrous Covers Wednesday, I decided I’d finally share some covers I’ve loved over the past year. They’re all mostly white covers with a lot of gradient running through them. They also have somewhat the same color scheme.



You Bring The Distant Near by Mitali Perkins

~My Thoughts~

You Bring The Distant Near has such a gorgeous cover. I love the big focus on the text, but I love how it’s not so overbearing that the image doesn’t shine through. The colors are gorgeous. The image itself is so interesting. 

~Cover/Book Connection~

Well, You Bring The Distant Near spans over the time of three generations. I associate each generation with a color in the gradient which makes one whole person. It’s such an awesome way to showcase that.



Because of The Sun by Jenny Torres Sanchez

~My Thoughts~

I always love sunsets on covers and this one is interesting because of the lack of focus the image has. In addition to the sunset (of sorts), there’s a desert going on. I love how the title font is sort of fading and blowing away. It helps give that desert atmosphere.

~Cover/Book Connection~

Because of The Sun takes place in New Mexico which does have a lot of deserts in it. The main character, Dani is sent to live there with her aunt after her mother’s death. I think this is where the far-off vehicle and person standing by it come from as well. The wind’s affect on the cover also makes me think of how this book will have a lot of growth. Battling deserts, battling emotions, kind of thing.



The Thing With Feathers by McCall Hoyle

~My Thoughts~

This cover is so pretty and lyrical and it seems very “literature” to me. I don’t have too much to say about it other than I really love the colors. It’s such a soft looking cover. I’m a big fan of the title font since it has the sort of flowing feeling you expect from feathers. I think the balance between the title and feather are done really great as well.

~Cover/Book Connection~

The Thing With Feathers is one of Emily Dickinson’s poems. The title is taken from that so it’s pretty self-explanatory. The main character shares the same name as the poet, except it’s spelled Emilie. Emilie ends up doing a school project about the poet. I suspect Emily Dickinson will help Emilie a lot with overcoming her struggles.

What do you think about these covers? Which is your favorite? Can you think of any other similar ones? 

A Hopeful Pre-ALA Reading Binge of Sorts

Hi everyone! I have been meaning to make this post for like, weeks now. I’m going to make it now and people are going to be like “But Amber, you’re like, a really slow reader, how are you supposed to read all those books by June 24th?”.

Well, dear reader, we can all have dreams. 

One thing that I like to do is make sure I’ve read at least one book by an author before taking an ARC, unless, of course, they’re a debut author. For example:

More Happy Than Not All The Bright Places Everything Everything

Those were also three of my favorite books.

Those three titles I read in 2015 and last year at BEA (which I’ll be doing a very weird recap post of later this week, I know, I know, I know), I happily grabbed all three of the ARCs.

“So how’d you like the follow-ups, Amber?”

Ha, we’re not going to be discussing that. I did start Silvera and Niven’s sophomore novels. Progress?

Okay, back on topic, enough rambling. Probably.

~All The Books I Hope To Read~

So, ideally I would read all these books, however, I don’t read fast and reading on my Kindle is the way to go. So my reading schedule is essentially this:

When The Moon Was Ours, History Is All You Left Me, Aftercare Instructions, all of which I’ve read partway through. Followed by Afterward, This Adventure Ends, When We Collided, I Believe In a Thing Called Love, When Dimple Met Rishi, The Lies About Truth, 99 Days or Fireworks and then Pointe if I have time.

I know, I am ‘so’ ambitious. 

How do you go about getting ARCs from conferences? Do you pick up non-debuts if you haven’t read an author’s book before? Do you pick up whatever sounds good or an author that’s getting a lot of talk? I want to know.


Looking Forward To: June ’17

Looking Forward To is a monthly feature where I showcase all the books, music, movies, etc. that I’m looking forward to.
This post is a few days late so a few of the things mentioned have already been released, though that doesn’t mean I’m not anticipating getting to them any less.


June 6:


What I Lost by Alexandra Ballard

Internet Famous by Danika Stone

Once and For All by Sarah Dessan

Liberty: The Spy Who (Kind of) Liked Me by Andrea Portes – 

Tash Hearts Tolstoy by Kathryn Ormsbee

June 13:


Want by Cindy Pon

Bad Romance by Heather Demetrios

Saints and Misfits by S. K. Ali

The Girl In Between by Sarah Carroll

The Unlikelies by Carrie Firestone


June 27:


Little Wrecks by Meredith Miller

If Birds Fly Back by Carlie Sorosiak

Aftercare Instructions by Bonnie Pipkin

Read: Bad Romance. I loved it. It’s such an important book about abusive relationships.

Reading: Aftercare Instructions, I’m 60 percent into this (I keep reading other books) and I really love it. It’s told in a unique format with the play going on.

Most Excited For: Internet Famous, Tash Hearts Tolstoy and Saints and Misfits.

For Review: Aftercare Instructions


June 2:


All Time Low Last Young Renegade

Bleachers Gone Now

Halsey Hopeless Fountain Kingdom

June 9:


Allie X Collixtion II

Anathema The Optimist

Katy Perry Witness

Phoenix Ti Amo

Rise Against Wolves

June 16:


Royal Blood How Did We Get So Dark?

Beth Ditto Fake Surgar

Fleet Foxes Crack-Up

Lorde Melodrama

Nickelback Feed The Machine

Portugal The Man Woodstock

June 23:


Imagine Dragons Evolve


June 30:


Beach House B-Sides and Rarities

Coldplay Kaleidoscope

ZZ Ward The Storm

Most Anticipated: Collixtion II, and How Did We Get So Dark Evolve. I have been waiting on Royal Blood’s follow-up album for years so I am so excited to hear it. I love that title too. 

Already Listened To: Last Young Renegade, Gone Now and Hopeless Fountain Kingdom. I liked them all pretty well, especially Halsey’s. I love the dark sound.


  • Pretty Little Liars is ending on June 27th and I’m freaking out a ton because I will be traveling back from Chicago at that time. Oh my gosh. It’s going to be spoiler city. I literally won’t be able to get on social media at all after I leave.
  • Grey’s Anatomy Season 13 will be hitting Netflix on June 17th. Yessssssssss
  • Moana will be going on Netflix on June 20th. Again, yesssss.


Oh, The 100 will be going on Netflix as well but I am mad at that show and super intruiged and I will not talk about it. Check out my tweets.

~Everything Else~

And if you’re wondering where I’m traveling to, I am going to ALA in Chicago! I’m going with my mom because I need someone to carry books for me, right? Just kidding (about that second part). If you’d like to meet up, let me know! I’d love to meet people and hang out and such. 🙂 

So, what are you looking forward to this month? Any vacations? Did you go to BEA? How was it? Have you read any of the books I’m looking forward to? Are you looking forward to a book I didn’t mention? I do leave out fantasy most of the time? Is there an artist or band coming out with an album I let slip under the radar? Are you going to ALA? Would you like to meet? Would you like to let me follow you around to get books until I inevitably disappear in the sea of panels? Let me know.


April Showers Bring May Flowers (WCW)

WCW_GraphicI mean, maybe?
Hi. It has been raining non-stop in Topeka. At least it was anyway, it rained for a week straight, took a couple days off and started back up again. I was honestly expecting to see Noah’s ark coming around. Funny story, I apparently talk about books and ARCs so much that when telling my mom if she sees an Ark to wave it over, she thought I meant an ARC. I kind of pronounce A-R-Cs as ARCs, why? I’m not sure, I just do. Like with BEA, half the time I sounded it out rather than going by letters, ha. I don’t do that with ALA though, maybe because that already has a meaning.
This is my next edition of my somewhat sporadic feature, Wondrous Covers Wednesday.
Wondrous Covers Wednesday is a weekly feature where I choose to showcase three covers with similar attributes and themes. To see past editions, you can check out my page for them here
This week’s common aspect is… Can you guess what it is? It’s flowers. There are so many flowers on covers this year and I am just loving it. Two of my most anticipated books of the year contain flowers and really reminded me of each other. I discovered another cover that has similar looking flowers on it, so I decided to feature it as well.




Bad Romance by Heather Demetrios

~My Thoughts~

This may not be the prettiest cover for obvious reasons, but I adore it. I love how some of the flowers are alive and others are dying. I like how they’re growing through what looks to be a window. The window, to me, symbolizes to me the way the main character is sort of trapped in her life and bad circumstances.Namely the “Bad Romance”.Flowers can be such a big part of romance, you might give your date flowers on their first date, or your significant other flowers on Valentine’s Day or their birthday.
On that same note, it reminds me of how in abusive relationships, you just see the flowers and happy events. You don’t (always) see what’s coming next. The toxic parts of the relationship, the flowers that only come after something bad has already happened. The flowers are alive but dying because everything that ever masqueraded as being good is being destroyed.

~Cover/Book Connection~

I think I kind of summarized that up above? The good in the main character’s life is fading and all she’s left with are some dead flowers and a “bad romance” to be put extremely lightly.


Wild Beauty by Anna-Marie McLemore

~My Thoughts~

This is a bit of a contrast to Bad Romance, no dead flowers here. Holy crap, how gorgeous is this cover? First of all, the title font reminds me of Beauty and The Beast. The golden girl makes me think of Tinkerbell and other fairies. The flowers are totally and completely gorgeous. Not to mention the night sky in the middle of the flowers. I can’t even imagine how stunning this looks like in person. Everything is just really perfect.

~Cover/Book Connection~

Wild Beauty is about a family of women who tend gardens. It’s another magical realism story by McLemore which really tells me everything about the cover. There’s a garden, the women are Latinx and there’s magic. Judging by the title “Wild”, things are going to get a little bit up in the air, so to say. When reading the title, I think of it as two ways, the first way I just described and the second describing the main character, Estrella. Judging by that, she could be a very care-free character who is serious about what she wants.


A Map For Wrecked Girls
A Map For Wrecked Girls by Jessica Taylor

~My Thoughts~

This is probably my least favorite cover out of the three. I’m not a big fan of the yellow text, especially with it being in capital letters. It is nice and bright though which fits right in with the flowers. I do love a book with a black background though. The flowers and leaves themselves remind me a lot of the objects in Everything, Everything.

~Cover/Book Connection~

I’m a big fan of metaphors, so to me, the flowers and leaves intertwining with the font is a symbol for the girls being trapped on this island as well as being caught up whatever tore them apart. 

So, which cover is your favorite? Are you a fan of flowers on covers? If so, what is one of your favorites I didn’t mention?


Music Will Save Your (My) Year

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Here’s a feature I have not done in forever. Last a week, a ton of music came out of thin air or rather across digital waves. A ton. Like, a ridiculous amount. I am so blessed.


I actually have to go and re-do part of this post because I just discovered a ton more music. I’m not going to be able to talk about it all in detail, but I’ll share my favorite songs as well as a couple other lists. Wow. What a month for music though? I don’t think I’ve been this stunned in…well, forever. Scratch that, I was pretty shocked when Dark Before Dawn came out a couple years ago, but this is pretty close to that.


(99%) Some of these artists I had no idea were coming out with new music, others I had been impatiently waiting for. I’ll also throw in a few songs from earlier this month.


The first up is Paramore


The one that caused me to almost scream because PARAMORE. I had heard they were coming back, but wasn’t too sure on that. I didn’t think it’d be this year, but, well, yes! Paramore is back and poppy as ever. Embrace the lovely upbeat popppiness.


Hard Times gives me Tegan and Sara vibes which I definitely don’t hate. Their album is coming out in ELEVEN DAYS which is just, wow. I am so excited.


Their song? Hard Times and wow, they have a way of making a song that could easily sound a bit melancholy to making it the next Pop hit. Not much unlike the song Pumped Up Kicks by Foster The People.


The second is Young and Menace by Fall Out Boy. I’ve missed Pete Wentz’s voice. This song almost made me cry because I had NO idea they were coming back. They even have an album coming out in September and it’s such a long wait. Come quickly Fall.


This song is a bit of a departure from their last era but I will be the very first to say “Bring it” because yes. I am loving the soulsy, slower sound of this song. I am 100 percent positive the “Oops I did it again lyric” is a  Queen Britney reference. How could it NOT be?


Fall Out Boy does so good with songs against exes though. I love that it’s not even a toxic “you ruined my life, you were awful” song like some bands do.


Oops, I did it again,
I forgot what I was losing my mind about
I only wrote this down to make you press rewind
And send a message I was young and a menace


Can we please talk about the Nikki Sixx shout out because oh my goshhh. I freaking love it a million times over. For those that don’t know, Nikki Sixx was a co-founder of Motley Crue as well as the main songwriter and bassist. He’s now in the band he founded called Sixx AM (who also have an album out). He dealt with a lot of addiction between these two bands which, I believe, is where the “kill me twice” lyric Wentz references there.


My third amazement of last week was a triple feature by Foster The People. Yes, they, much like Jojo (Mad Love is out now!) came back with an EP of three songs. Their EP even has the same title as the Queen Jojo’s ep (III).  Doing It For The Money is my favorite song of the trio. I love the poppy sound of it and the mellowness.


I just discovered Lady Gaga has a song out called The Cure. It may also be coming to her possibly-soon-to-be-announced album? I’m here for it, even though I must admit I didn’t listen to Joanne.


I made a lovely playlist on Spotify that you can listen to here.

Now, to sum it all up –

Favorite Songs:
Doing It For The Money by Foster The People, Hard Times by Paramore, Most Girls by Hailee Steinfeld, Say My Name by Tove Stryke, Last Young Renegade by All Time Low
Biggest Surprises:
This is obvious by now, but I was really surprised by Paramore, Fall Out Boy and Foster The People coming out with music all of a sudden.
The Letdown:
Torches, No Vacancy and Thunder and J-Boy
The Albums I Need Now:
Lorde, Lana Del Rey, Halsey
New Discoveries:
Charlie Puth, Amelia Payne, Melokee and Sigrid. . . Really, just 75% of these songs.

Those With Albums or EPs Out::

Lea Michele Places
Mary J. Blige Strength of A Woman
Foster The People III

The Albums You Should Look Out For:

Paramore After Laughter (May 12th)
Ingrid Michaelson Alter Egos (May 12th) (What kind of This Is Acting tea?)
Papa Roach Crooked Teeth (May 19th)
All Time Low Dirty Laundry (June 2nd)
Bleachers Gone Now (June 2nd)
Halsey Hopeless Fountain Kingdom (June 2nd)
Allie X CollXtion II (June 9th)
Phoenix Ti Amo (June 9th)
Rise Against Wolves (June 9th)
Lorde Melodrama (June 16th)
Royal Blood How Did We Get So Dark? (June 16th)
Haim Something To Tell You (July 7th)
Fall Out Boy Mania (September 15th)

So, have you heard any of the songs I posted? What are you thoughts? Did you hear any songs I don’t have on my playlist? Let me know! I can never have enough music. Ever.

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