I am very very excited to have one of my favorite people (Meg) guest posting on my blog today! Not only did she recently start a blog about YA book covers, An Arm and A Meg (I crack up from the pun every time) so you should totally give her a follow, but I've known … Continue reading Ace Reading Recommendations from An Arm and A Meg! ♠️
3 stars Rukhsana tries to live up to her conservative Muslim parents’ expectations, but lately she’s finding that harder and harder to do. Luckily, only a few more months stand between her carefully monitored life in Seattle and her new life at Caltech, where she can pursue her dream of becoming an engineer. But when … Continue reading The Love & Lies of Rukhsana Ali by Sabina Khan (ARC): An Intriguing Concept Paired with an Unsatisfactory Execution
4 stars The people of Uztar rever the birds of prey in the sky, and no one is more honored than the falconers who call them to their fists. Brysen strives to be a great falconer--while his twin sister, Kylee, rejects her ancient gifts and wishes to be free of falconry. She's nearly made it … Continue reading Black Wings Beating by Alex London (DRC): Falconry, Fantasy, and #OwnVoices LGBTQ+ Rep!
Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for American Panda by Gloria Chao! This is such an amazing #OwnVoices contemporary, and I have a lot of fun things lined up for you! There's an interview with the author, and even a giveaway (which you should definitely enter! or maybe not so I can win) … Continue reading American Panda by Gloria Chao: Interview, Review, & Giveaway!
3 stars Sixteen-year-old Aza's on the search for missing billionaire Russel Pickett so she and her best friend Daisy can win the hundred-thousand-dollar reward. Together, they navigate their way with the help of Pickett's son, Davis. Aza is trying her hardest to be good enough, but living with her OCD is hard for her and … Continue reading Turtles All the Way Down by John Green
2 stars Rupi Kaur's poetry collection was not what I expected. I've heard great things and raving reviews about it from two friends, but I just had a lot of issues with this collection. Here's the official summary before we dive into anything: milk and honey is a collection of poetry and prose about survival. … Continue reading milk and honey by Rupi Kaur
5 stars Adam Silvera's They Both Die at the End is a stunning and poignant novel that reflects upon death and what it means to really live. It revolves around to boys, Mateo and Rufus, who both receive a call from Death-Cast, a company who calls you on your death day to notify you that … Continue reading DRC: They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera