Thank you for taking my (others have also probably suggested it) idea into consideration. I appreciate it a lot. I have already added genres and its categories to some of the books I've read on here so far. It makes for searching books a lot easier. Again, thank you!
I had to laugh. This fiction is not to be taken seriously. If anyone has an aversion to the jabs this story made towards your favorite authors/books, I suggest you don't read because you will get offended. Otherwise, if you like parody and don't mind the unapologetic ribald humor, this one is definitely for you.
Same problem here. Anybody found the problem to that yet? I'm picky when it comes to books I want to read, but the problem now is that I get redirected to the App Store as well. Please help. Thank you. This problem occurred today. I didn't seem to have any problem when I try it on the iPhone... yet. (*Knock on wood*) Anyway, we would really appreciate the help. Thanks.
Sorry it took a while for me to respond. It was "Falling Away" by Penelope Douglas. I did try the others and they worked. Maybe you were trying to fix the bug problem while I was trying to fix it. Anyway, thank you.
or rather has the right amount of fluidity that it doesn't turn off the reader. I also love the fact that their realistic and smart enough in their expectations of themselves, of each other, and of their lives. I can't help but read and reread this book as much as I can! What I hate is that it had to end. *sighs*
I simply love this book. I love Hannah's snarkiness. I love Garrett's cockiness. They're the perfect pair in their imperfect lives but I would never call what they have settling. It was definitely and up-and-down roller-coaster ride with these two. The drama is not overly hyped up. The angst didn't drag on for too long. Their romance didn't happen in an instant and that's why I can't stop reading and rereading this book. Their progression from mere acquaintances, to being friends, to lovers was
I meant to say problems readings with some e-books online. The rest I can still open and read but others I'm having problems with. I've already reported which e-books are 'unreadable' so to speak. Thank you.
Can you add subcategories for each genre and also tag a genre and its subcategory for each book? I know it's a lot of work, but it would help weed out the books the readers want to read faster than general selections for genre. It would be very much appreciated. Thank you.