I am super excited this year to be participating in not one, but TWO readathons in the upcoming weeks. Come check out my to-be-read lists for both of them, plus a bullet journal spread I created to track my progress.
Hello readers! This week, I'm linking up with Top Ten Tuesday to talk about some of my favorite books as a little kid.
Hello bookish people! Pride month just wrapped up, so I thought it would be cool to share reviews for some of the books I read this June that have main characters who identify on the lgbtq+ spectrum. I read books with lgbtq+ characters year round, but I tried to put special emphasis on these books during the month of June! So without further ado, I present to you mini reviews of young adult three books about queer characters: Leah on the Offbeat, Tash Hearts Tolstoy, and Let's Talk About Love.
WE ARE ALREADY ALMOST HALFWAY DONE WITH 2018. To commemorate this astonishing yet undeniable fact, I've written this post about the books I've read so far this year. Most of the questions I'm using come from the Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag, because I am definitely freaking out.
There are so many exciting books coming out this summer! It was difficult, but I managed to narrow the list down to my top ten summer releases.
The Last Summer of the Garrett Girls has a fitting release date, as it’s a perfect summer read. It's about four sisters and their last summer together, and the book follows the four of them as they branch out and get into all sorts of shenanigans in their small town. Not only does The Last Summer of the Garrett Girls explore sister relationships and friendships with addictive writing, it also has some fabulously complex characters.
In the book community, we can all agree that books are awesome. What's harder to come to a consensus about is the best way to get books. Some say that libraries are the best, some only buy their books, and some prefer to read on an e-reader or another electronic device. And there are some bookworms (like myself) who like some combination of the three! Of course, I had to throw my two cents into the pot, so in this post, I'll be giving you all the pros and cons of all three options. Perhaps you'll be able to figure out which method is best for you!
A list of reasons why I was enthralled by this spooky, beautiful book. Click to read by review and see the book aesthetic I created.
A list of eight foolproof, tried-and-true ways to read more books! (Even if you're really busy.)
In honor of the recent publication of Brendan Kiely's book Tradition, I have compiled a list of six young adult books that talk about sexual assault. It's so important to talk about sexual assault, and there are some really powerful ya books out there about this topic.