Happy Tuesday, my friends! In the spirit of spreading the love, as tomorrow is Valentine's Day, I'm linking up with #BookstagramBoost, which is hosted by Aimee @ Aimee, Always. This is a meme where you feature 5-10 bookstagram accounts that you think deserve more followers!
Hogwarts! Magic! Learning! Magic! I was tagged by Angeli @ Yerbasicnerd for the Hogwarts tag such a long time ago...like I'm not even gonna think about how long it's been, and I don't know how I forgot to do it? But anyway, I am now doing the Hogwarts tag, so get ready! Thanks for the tag Angeli!
Get ready for three new mini book reviews! I tried the mini review format once before and really liked it, so I thought I'd try some more! Today's set will include three stories relating to both magic and school: Carry On, Akata Witch, and Friends With Boys.
I really really enjoyed this book! I loved how it tackled important topics like racism and Islamophobia while also having a lot of cute, romantic elements typical of ya contemporary.
Hi there! Happy New Year! It's that time of year when everyone analyzes what we did last year and what we wanna do this year. And, it's that time of year when we booknerds analyze all the books we read last year and plan out all the books we wanna read next year. So, I've compiled this post full of graphs and lists to take a look at what I've read these past twelve months.
I wasn’t a huge fan of this book, mostly because of the characters, but I did enjoy the writing style.
I am excited to announce that I am participating in another of Aentee's (Read At Midnight) reading challenges! I really enjoyed the last one, #TheReadingQuest, so I'm super excited that Aentee has decided to host another one. In this post, I'll be sharing five books on my tbr for the challenge.
Winter is probably my favorite season for reading. There's nothing like curling up with a cozy blanket and a book. Bonus points for being next to a warm fireplace! For today's post, I'm linking up with Top Ten Tuesday (created by The Broke and the Bookish) to tell you about my top ten books I want to read this winter.
Skavenger’s Hunt was a bit on the average side, but it was a fun adventure.
Omg. This book. This is possibly one of the most relatable books I’ve ever read. I feel like I spent the entire time I was reading it saying, “Yes, me too!” and, “What? I thought I was the only person who does that!” Seriously, every page just made my little introvert heart so happy.