Welcome to my stop on the Small Town Hearts blog tour! Read on for summer book recommendations, aesthetics, info about Small Town Hearts, and a signed book giveaway.
Hello readers! Today, I have the honor of participating in the blog tour for M.K. England's wonderful debut, The Disasters. In my post, I'll be talking a little bit about the book and also sharing a few of my favorite found families in books (since the idea of found family—one of my favorite tropes!—is a major part of The Disasters).
UGh tHis BoOK is SO BeAutifUL. Read my review which is basically just me gushing about why this novel is amazing.
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.
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.
A list of reasons why I was enthralled by this spooky, beautiful book. Click to read my review and see the book aesthetic I created.
A fun graphic novel about friendship and music.
My review and aesthetic for Vera Brosgol's newest middle grade graphic novel, Be Prepared.
I love making aesthetics!! They can be really hard to make, but they look so nice and visually pleasing when you're done. When I saw this tag on Analee's blog I knew I had to do it! So I'm doing it now after procrastinating on it for months. 😉
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.