Hello lovelies! Today, I am lucky enough to be participating on the blog tour for In the Role of Brie Hutchens..., which is officially one of my new favorite middle grade books.
How to Be Remy Cameron is a well-written, diverse novel that explores the complex topic of identity through the lens of a teenage boy trying to figure out how to write his college essay.
A while back, I was a part of the blog tour for Fake It Till You Break It, and unfortunately, I was not a huge fan of the book. Now that the tour's been over for a while, I'll be sharing some thoughts on why it didn't work for me.
She's the Worst is a fun romp through LA that tells a story of sisters reconnecting over the course of (for the most part) one day. I felt that it was lacking in some areas, which prevented me from rating it higher than three stars, but I still found this contemporary novel fairly enjoyable.
Happy weekend, readers! It is my pleasure to share with you today a book review for a new favorite of mine, The Art of Breaking Things. Be sure to read to the end of the post, because I have a book giveaway in store as well!
Hello, bookish friends! Welcome to my stop on the Fake It Till You Break It blog tour. If you're interested in this book (which releases today, btw), read on for more information and for an excerpt!
Originally published in Australia (with the title Amelia Westlake), Amelia Westlake Was Never Here is a fun, subversive story about fighting injustice and falling in love.
Squad is an interesting story about falling out of friendship that's enjoyable, albeit a bit disjointed.
You Asked for Perfect is an intensely relatable high school narrative that balances academic pressure with heartwarming romantic and familial relationships.
The Breakaways is a sweet graphic novel about middle schooler Faith and how she navigates friendship and soccer.