Happy September! Now that we’ve reached the -ember months, aka the best time of the year, we can start celebrating fall without being judged!
How are you all? I’m just a bit stressed today because school starts in two weeks, my code is not working and I’ve been working on my college applications while struggling to decide what I even want in life!
If you stick to one genre, reading can get boring. Why? Because the book world is not immune to trend-hopping. Publishers want to sell books, so they publish what sells, leading to a myriad of interesting– but sometimes repetitive– trends.
Maybe Frappes & Fiction is slowly becoming Frappes & Nonfiction, but today I’m bringing you reviews for two more nonfiction books: In Order to Live by Yeonmi Park and Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb.
The following quotes have been taken from popular YA books published in the last fifteen years:
Ugh. It’s a cold, rainy, very subpar day, but what can make me feel better faster than… a book tag? Thank you to A Bookworm’s Paradise for nominating me for the Feelings Book Tag!
I didn’t post this on a Monday. But oh well, because soon this series will become my Monday thing and I will not be sacrificing the alliterative name just because I thought of this idea on a Tuesday. .
This post really puts the “miscellaneous ramblings” in my “Book Reviews & Other Miscellaneous Ramblings” tagline….
I’m currently in a blogging slump AND a reading slump. We’ve all been there, I’m sure (or at least, I really hope), so today I decided to compile a list of 30 blog post ideas for when you’re in a writing slump.
There’s no doubt that the Second World War, by common consensus one of the most devastating major events in the 20th century, is an important thing to read about. However, the historical fiction market is completely saturated with WW2 books– and a very specific brand of WW2 books at that.