This book somehow managed to cover serious topics while maintaining an eloquent mix of realistic, dark, and sarcastically funny delivery.
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I’m having a hard time believing it’s already July; since quarantine started, everything has blended together into one long expanse of monotonous social distancing. March feels like it was simultaneously last week and five years ago. I thought writing a monthly wrap-up would help break up the Groundhog Day feeling, so here’s a little overview of what I read and blogged about this month!
Take a classic, high-stakes, locked-room mystery, add some spicy drama, and you have a real page-turner.
This is probably the most unique historical fiction book I’ve read all year. My first read by Ruta Sepetys did not disappoint!
Wow! This is my first-ever time being nominated for a tag. A huge thank-you to Sidh Aneja at Just One More Episode for nominating me! He posts really insightful book reviews on his blog. Description: The Mystery Blogger Award is an award for amazing bloggers with ingenious posts. Their blog not only captivates; it inspires
With 11 days until the official start to summer, we all could use a fun and fluffy contemporary, right? Add in a few adorable dogs and a splash of light romance, and you have the perfect June read.
I have a huge fetish for historical fiction; it’s my favorite genre, which a lot of people think is weird but what can I say? History is fascinating, and historical fiction is MASSIVELY underrated. Here are some of my favorite historical fiction books written for YA/older middle grade, in the rough order of their featured time periods.
Hi everyone! I wrote this article really randomly and I don’t know if it’s already a tag, but here are a few of my weird reading habits 1. Eating Pretzels While Reading– this habit is really oddly specific and my friends will laugh at me if they read this because I have a serious pretzel
My school has been closed for over a month, and with the proliferation of headlines like “Social Distancing May Last Until 2022”, it seems like there is no end in sight. What should you do when you’re stuck at home? Here are seven ideas: Read!– This is a book blog, so of course I’m going
Favorite quote: “What I need is the dandelion in the spring. The bright yellow that means rebirth instead of destruction. The promise that life can go on, no matter how bad our losses. That it can be good again.”