A to Z Challenge || Letter X: Xtreme

Hello Readers!

XSo as you can see from the title, I’m kinda pushing the limits just a bit here. But really…What starts with X that fits in the topic of writing and books? X-cept for Xtremely awesome writers and books? ๐Ÿ˜‰ Okay. I’ll stop there.

So, on with the post where I tell you about some Xtremely awesome books I’ve read lately ๐Ÿ™‚


To be more specific, these are two Xtremely awesome books I’ve read on Wattpad. (Was going to do a Wattpad post but I thought I would combine both in this post so I was able to do the Writer’s Communities post yesterday.)

I’ll only share two of the novels for now otherwise this post could be very very long XD


#1 The Wishing Well by Mariella Hunt


Careful what you wish for…

Wishes can come true. They always do at this wishing well. But in what form are they granted? And can you afford to make the wrong wish?

The town understands the well. They know its history. They’ve been waiting, the lot of them, waiting for someone who doesn’t know how it all works–that many wishes have been granted but some not as happily as others.

For the well grants wishes in one of three forms: perfectly, oddly, or tragically. No one wants the third.

For years the well has been waiting, waiting for its next coin, that next wish and the townspeople are only too happy to pass the outcome on to someone outside their circle, starting the cycle fresh. Everyone wants their turn at a perfect wish.

When Olivia arrives new in town, she’s the perfect target. The well has been calling her. How far will the town go to get her to make a wish?

Read it by clicking HERE


#2 Blood and Water by Briana Morgan



17-year-old Jay Harris lives in a London struck down by a deadly virus. His parents are dead, along with half the world. When Jay’s sister Maia falls ill, he must find a cure before he loses her, too. But unbeknownst to Maia, Jay is also sick… and he’s running out of time to save them both.

Read it by clicking HERE


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