ARC reviews · Book Reviews

Book review: Yes No Maybe So // A politically-charged contemporary about standing up for what you believe in

Authors: Becky Albertalli + Aisha Saeed Genre: YA contemporary, romance Pages: 436 Format: Paperback ARC + audiobook Rating: 4 stars TWs: Islamophobia, antisemitism, racism, sexism. Jamie Goldberg is cool with volunteering for his local state candidate – as long as he’s behind the scenes. There’s no way he’d ever knock on doors to ask people… Continue reading Book review: Yes No Maybe So // A politically-charged contemporary about standing up for what you believe in

Book Features

Most Anticipated Releases of 2020 // June to December

Recently, I shared my most anticipated releases for January to May of 2020. So, naturally, it’s time for part two: June to December. These are the books I’m looking forward to in the second half of the year. June The Dark Tide (Sourcebooks Fire) Publishing: 1st June Genre: YA fantasy The pull: It’s a fantasy… Continue reading Most Anticipated Releases of 2020 // June to December

Book Features · LGBTQIA

7 new LGBTQIA+ contemporaries for your summer reading list

For me, summer is the perfect time for fun, light-hearted contemporaries, with soft romances. And there have been a lot of great LGBTQIA+ contemporaries that have hit shelves in the last couple of months. So I’ve rounded up seven that I think would be ideal for the warm summer weather, and you might just want… Continue reading 7 new LGBTQIA+ contemporaries for your summer reading list

ARC reviews · Book Reviews

Review: The Opposite of Always // A YA contemporary with a Groundhog Day twist

Author: Justin A. Reynolds Pages: 464 pages Edition: e-ARC Read: 6th – 9th March 2019 Rating: 4 stars CWs: Death, chronic illness, racism, racial profiling, shootings When Jack and Kate meet at a party, bonding until sunrise over their mutual love of Froot Loops and their favorite flicks, Jack knows he’s falling—hard. Soon she’s meeting… Continue reading Review: The Opposite of Always // A YA contemporary with a Groundhog Day twist

Readathons · TBRs and Wrap ups

Easter Readathon Wrap Up // Graphic novels and cute contemporaries

Last weekend, I hosted #EasterReadathon for the second time, and spent the whole bank holiday reading and relaxing. It was great. This year, I read more books than last year, hosted more sprints on Twitter, and set challenges for the readathon, which a lot of people took part in (this made me so happy!). Books… Continue reading Easter Readathon Wrap Up // Graphic novels and cute contemporaries

Announcements · Readathons · TBRs and Wrap ups

Easter Readathon TBR

On Saturday, I announced that I was running #EasterReadathon for the second year in a row, and that this time there would be challenges and a giveaway. Today I’m sharing my TBR for the readathon, and which books I’m reading for each challenge. I’ve decided to try and read six books for Easter Readathon and… Continue reading Easter Readathon TBR