ell, hey there! Welcome to my bio page! I’m not exactly the best at writing these, but here goes.
The name’s Rachel (obviously) and I have an unhealthy obsession with books. No joke, I go into withdrawal if I go more than a day without reading. But it’s an addiction I’m perfectly happy to have! As for the types of books I read? That would be paranormal romance (I have WAY too many book boyfriends to count), urban fantasy, and young adult.
[floatquote]I have an unhealthy obsession with books… I have WAY too many book boyfriends to count[/floatquote]
I haven’t always been a book addict, however. I really started to get into reading back in 2008. (I now look back at my life before that and wonder how there could have possibly been a time when I wasn’t a bookworm. What the heck was I thinking? How boring my life must have been… *laughs*)
Not unlike many other people, my obsession with reading began with Twilight. Once I picked up that book, everything changed. After that I discovered so many fantastic books and authors, and was at Barnes and Noble practically every week. Yep, I was that girl in my group of friends who’d rather go to the bookstore than the mall. I even find myself ranting to friends over the latest book I’ve read, despite the fact that they have no clue what I’m talking about. That’s why I’m so grateful for the online book community, where I can chat with people just like me, people who love the same books I do. Through Twitter, Goodreads, and other sites, I’ve met some amazing book bloggers, readers, and authors. I’m so excited to be a part of the GraveTells team, where I hope to discover even more awesome novels and authors. I love recommending books- especially the ones with hot, Alpha guys- so I hope that while you’re here at GT, you’ll discover some great ones, too. :)
When I’m not reading or writing reviews, my free time is spent going to class, spending time with my family and friends, baking, listening to music (and sometimes singing along, but not in front of anyone, of course. *grins*) and getting distracted by Twitter.