Book Reviews, Contemporary, Fantasy, Young Adult

Mini Book Reviews: YA Books (September 2017)

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Books included in this post: Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher, East by Edith Pattou, & The Shadow Queen by C.J. Redwine

Book Trigger/Content Warning: suicide & sexual assault

*This review will touch upon suicide*

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Book Blogger Recs, Contemporary, Features, Romance

Book Blogger Recs: Bloggers to Follow for Romance Readers #BookBloggers

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Hello bookworms!

Today I’m back with my monthly feature: book blogger recs!  What does this feature entail?

Book Blogger Recs is a monthly feature where I highlight book bloggers based on a particular theme.  This will not just be a simple listing of blog recommendations, but a mini Q&A session with each blogger.  This way you can get to know the bloggers a little better before checking out their blogs for yourselves.

This month, I am excited to share a few book blogger recommendations for the romance lovers out there…

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ARC Reviews, Book Reviews, Contemporary, Young Adult

Book Review: The Smell of Other People’s Houses by Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock

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After seeing the gorgeous cover and the odd title, I knew I had to pick this one up.  The Smell of Other People’s Houses?  What’s that all about?

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ARC Reviews, Book Reviews, Contemporary

Book Review: The One-in-a-Million Boy by Monica Wood

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Do you enjoy heartwarming reads with quirky characters?  Do I have the book for you!

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Book Reviews, Contemporary, LGBTQIA+, Young Adult

Diverse Young Adult Books in Review: Aristotle and Dante & Symptoms of Being Human

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Hello bookworms!

While on my quest to diversify my reading, I realized that I needed to read more books within the realm of LGBTQIA+ fiction.  So today, I am brining you mini reviews for two young adult books that I’ve recently read, and I think you should as well.

Books included in this post: Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Bengamin Alire Sáenz & Symptoms of Being Human by Jeff Garvin

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