Lost Words Wednesday!

My shelf is almost full!!

I’m thinking possibly one more post next week, and I’ll have to wrap up “Lost Words” for a little while….. (until I convince my bloke to build me some awesome shelves!!) I’m sure you guys have seen them before, but the industrial pipe shelves are just AMAZING!!!! So I’m currently in the process of begging and pleading him to make me some! Wish me luck….. although he isn’t the best d.i.y guy! Ssh, don’t tell him I said that 😉

Anyways, back to books, my super awesome finds this week are, well, super awesome hehe….

My super awesome finds:

Awesome, right??



A few facts:

Author: Cornelia Funke

Genre: Fantasy, Mystery

Publisher: Germany Cecilie Dressler, UK Chicken House, United States Scholastic

Published: June 6th 2005 UK

Followed by: Inkspell, Inkdeath

I DID NOT KNOW THIS WAS A TRILOGY!!!, Why did I not know this, granted, I haven’t read the book, but I loved, loved, loved, the film! And why on earth did they not make the others??!! This is such a magical story with danger, plot twists, mystery and suspense! I can’t wait to read this, and the others.

The Maze Runner & The Scorch Trials:


A few facts:

Author: James Dashner

Genre: Adventure, Science Fiction, Dystopian, YA

Publisher: Delacorte Press

Published: 2009 – present

Followed by: The Death Cure, The Kill Order, The Fever Code

Oooh, Stevie loves these, very happy finds! Again, brilliant films. I can’t wait for the others, which were set back a bit because the lovely, gorgeous and talented Dylan O’Brien had an accident!! Thankfully on the mend now, and If I’m right, filming the 3rd adaptation!  Yay!

I can’t resist that face……

…… he’s sooo cool, I love him!

Succubus Blues & Succubus Heat:


A few facts:

Author: Richelle Mead

Genre: Dark Fantasy, Horror, Romantic Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Vampire

Series: 9 books

I’ve actually already found some of these books, so I can now add another couple to my collection. (I really do need some more shelves!!). I wonder if they will be scary?? hehe

Midnight Alley & Lord of Misrule:


A few facts:

Author: Rachel Caine

Genre: Urban Fantasy/Vampire

Publisher: New American Library

Published: 2006-2014

Series: 15 books

Again, I’d found a couple last week, to this series so I won’t repeat myself 🙂

Bitten & Broken:


A few facts:

Author: Kelley Armstrong

Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Adventure

Published: 2001

Publisher: Little, Brown & co. (UK)

Series: Woman of the Otherworld

Followed by:

  1. Bitten
  2. Stolen
  3. Dime Store Magic
  4. Industrial Magic
  5. Haunted
  6. Broken
  7. No Humans Involved
  8. Personal Demon
  9. Living with the Dead
  10. Frostbitten
  11. Waking the Witch
  12. Spellbound
  13. Thirteen

Oh, wow, there are loads! I think one of my very first finds was “Stolen”, so this is good, although I don’t remember finding out there were that many in the series….. I am interested in this series mind, but I have such a huge list of TBR, it’s getting serious!!

I’ve loved my pictures this week! I was only thinking the other day though that I must do some more drawings to accompany my books, as I haven’t since my first few Lost Words, I’m just struggling to find the time.

That’s all for this week, I’ll speak next week with my last…. for now, Lost Words Wednesday’s and tell you a little bit more about my next venture.

Happy Reading!



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