Think of this as Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide. But High School. And YA. For every event, woe, and struggle a high school student feels, there is a book for you! Click on the book title for a link to Goodreads! For Your First Breakup Your Book: The Names They Gave Us by Emery Lord Your first … Continue reading Your Guide to Surviving High School as Told by YA Books
Hello! I had this idea during one of my rare strokes of genius, and I am super super excited to show you. You know those tag your friend memes on Facebook during middle school where they are like WHICH ONES OF YOUR FRIENDS WOULD DIE FIRST DURING A ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE. I decided to do that … Continue reading My Dream Team// If I Were to Take Over the World, Who Would be by my Side?
Hello friends! I just finished Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda (SO GOOD JUST BTW) and was inspired to write about movie adaptations of books. Which books I want to be turned to movies the pros and cons of them, and some of my favorites. Also, I am now SO EXCITED for Love, Simon AND A … Continue reading All My Thoughts on Movie Adaptations
Guess who is back from this dead! That hiatus lasted much MUCH longer than I anticipated (or wanted...) but hopefully I am back FOR GOOD. I cannot BEGIN to describe how much I missed blogging and the community and even reading because *gasp* I did not even have time to read during my hiatus. But … Continue reading Multicultural Children’s Literature: The Lack of and The Importance + A Little Treat for you all!!
The book world has this super magical, amazing thing called ARCs. They are great. Really. And I didn't even know they existed before I started blogging. Look at all I was missing out on !!!! For all my newbie blogger friends, this post is for you! You won't miss out on precious months of ARC reading … Continue reading ARCS: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
So a couple weeks months some time period ago* I made a post about beautiful book covers and if the story inside lived up to the cover aka if judging a book by its cover is valid. And I think the consensus was basically a tie! Which obviously calls for a part two because there are no ties … Continue reading Oh, What’s in a Cover?//PT 2!!!
I feel like it's been a long time since I've posted a true discussion, and this is a topic that is near and dear to my heart. I'm going to shout it loud and clear: I love romance. I love romance books and romance plot lines and romance in general. I'm not going to be ashamed of … Continue reading Why I Read (And Love) Romance// AND I NEED HELP FROM MY FELLOW BLOGGERS
September 28 is an extra EXTRA special day because it is my birthday! And in honor of my birthday, I'm making a list of ten bookish gifts just in case someone is feeling super generous* because birthdays remind me of gifts (and candles, which do make an appearance in this post). *I'm looking at you mom...I … Continue reading Happy Birthday To Me + Top Ten Bookish Gifts (wink wink)
Hey everyone! This week's discussion topic is about I trend I've noticed recently with books and series. I've noticed that some genres, such as fantasy, science fiction, and dystopian, tend to contain more series while some, like contemporary and romance, tend to be more standalone books. I'm going to discuss my ideas on why I … Continue reading Discussion: Why Series Work Better in Some Genres Than Others
Hi everyone! So this post was actually inspired by my college essay (turns out school is good for something. Hardy har har). As I was brainstorming topics, I realized that most of my role models growing up have been book characters.* I guess because I read so much I identify a lot with characters, and … Continue reading 10 Of My Book Role Models