Welcome to my new game, helping you to find your next read! Follow the questions and you'll find a great new book (from a pool of 2017 and 2018 YA releases I have read!) Ready? Here we go! Would you like a retelling or something else? RETELLING or OTHER
The first thing you need to know is that this list is hardly comprehensive. This actually barely scrapes the surface. For the most part, I have included books that I personally have read. 2017 Releases Note: ~ means book has yet to be released The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli Seventeen-year-old Molly Peskin-Suso knows… Continue reading Adding to Your Pride Month TBR
Hi Friends! Today's post is featuring some backlist titles that have been sitting on my bookshelf for a while that I really need to get to. These books all seem great but for one reason or another I just haven't read them yet. Ball Don't Lie Matt is awesome and I love The Last Stop… Continue reading Waiting Their Turn on the Shelf
One sentence summary: When Dimple Shah heads to a summer camp for aspiring web developers, the last person she expects to see there is the boy her parents have arranged for her to marry, Rishi Patel–mostly because she never knew he existed. This book is so freaking cute y’all. Not only is Rishi Patel basically […]
One sentence summary: When Dimple Shah heads to a summer camp for aspiring web developers, the last person she expects to see there is the boy her parents have arranged for her to marry, Rishi Patel--mostly because she never knew he existed. This book is so freaking cute y'all. Not only is Rishi Patel basically… Continue reading I’m Gonna Rec It! When Dimple Met Rishi
Want by Cindy Pon I absolutely adore this book. It's nice if you aren't a huge sci-fi reader because it is a standalone, so you don't have to worry about a huge investment. Plus, it has modern day connections... Here's what I wrote about it: The best future-set books are the ones that feel the… Continue reading Friday Five: Fave 2017 YA Sci-Fi (So far…)
Competition is something that drives a lot of books--I mean, The Hunger Games obviously did okay and that is literally a kill-or-be-killed competition. Most times competitions don't require you to be a murderer, which is a good thing, but they always provide great plot if they are written well. The five YA books below have… Continue reading Friday Five: Let the Games Begin!