Hey y'all! This is a very impromptu post, but my posting schedule has been out of sorts as I transition into ~college life~. It's been very busy and all sorts of unique stresses, but overall I'm having a really good time. I have really good friends, a beautiful campus, and classes I'm excited about, which … Continue reading Reading Updates! What Have I Been Up To?
Today's post is something really fun and silly and I really hope you enjoy because I haven't posted a recommendation post in like . . . two months. (Admittedly, I haven't posted many non-review non-Writer Wednesday posts in two months either, but hopefully that will change soon once I get settled in college!) So, today … Continue reading YA Book Recommendations based on EmojiMashupBot Emojis!
There are only five months left in 2019 and we've passed the halfway point! I hope y'all are on track with your reading challenge! We have a lot of exciting things going on for YARC that we can't wait to share with y'all soon . . . If you haven’t heard about it, #YARC2019, or … Continue reading What to Read for #YARC2019 This August? We’ve Got You Covered!
Hi friends! I've been a little MIA, which most of you probably don't notice if you only read my blog, but I've been feeling a little out of it! Distracted, feeling a little listless, and whatnot. Anyways, these If You Liked . . . posts are like, the single constant in my life, so you're … Continue reading If You Liked . . . #17: A YA Contemporary Extravaganza!
It's a two-in-one kind of day, and not only do I have my review of Mary Fan's Stronger Than a Bronze Dragon (out today!) but also I have five similar fantasy recommendations for y'all! If I had to describe Stronger Than a Bronze Dragon, I'd say Historical-set adventure with fantasy/steampunk elements. And so, I have … Continue reading Stronger Than a Bronze Dragon by Mary Fan & Five Similar Fantasies You’ll Want to Pick Up!
I've been working on this post mentally for a very long time. Thinking of If You Liked . . . recommendations can be hard enough sometimes, but thinking of quadruplets can be hair-pulling. Which is why this is definitely not going to be a monthly feature. However, I've had these recommendations stewing around in my … Continue reading Four Book Quadruplets, aka Grouped Book Recommendations on Steroids
I'm totally a "read & support queer books all year round" supporter, but I love how Pride Month is an extra oomph of celebration! (Unless you only celebrate queerness in June. Then I side-eye you.) So, in preparation for Pride Month, I have five underrated queer recommendations for you--in an If You Liked . . … Continue reading If You Liked . . . #16: Underrated Queer Novels
I’ve been thinking a lot about prep schools, private schools, boarding schools & the like before I head to college at the end of the summer, and it got me thinking about some YA books with a similar theme! They have such a unique culture, and it’s definitely a big change to read compared to … Continue reading 10 Prep, Private, & Boarding Schools Books!: A Niche Setting with an Interesting Atmosphere
To be honest, I’m a bit disappointed in myself. I’ve only read three and a half (half for Don’t Date Rosa Santos, which I’m in the middle of reading) Latinx books so far this year. Which can be a lot, but once you factor in the fact that all four are ARCs and that I’ve … Continue reading Latinx Science-Fiction & Fantasy You HAVE to Pick Up!
I'm absolutely stunned that we're already 1/3 of the way done with the year and our Year of the Asian Reading Challenge! Are you on track? I'm trying to keep a steady pace of 4 YARC reads a month, and it's going pretty well! But, even if you're behind, there's no worries! We have ample … Continue reading April Showers Bring May #YARC2019 Reads! (What to Read for YARC This Month!)