Find out more about the Goodreads group here! This month is books with mental illness representation. Okay, being totally honest, I did a post similar to this last year so I literally just duplicated that post and took the books and added a couple more. sorry not sorry Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky … Continue reading Monthly recommendations: mental illness representaion
Find more about T5W here! The prompt was our favourite paranormal creatures, but I don't really read a lot of paranormal books tbh, so I did my favourite non-human characters! 1017 from the Chaos Walking Series by Patrick Ness 1017. How we love to hate to love you. A from Everyday by David Levithan Okay … Continue reading Top Five Wednesday: Books Featuring Non-humans
Find out more about Thursday’s Top 4 here! It’s basically a meme I started mainly for myself, but anyone can participate! Visit this page for the upcoming topics This week’s topic is authors where you liked one of their books but not the other (aka the longest title ever).
Find out more about Thursday’s Top 4 here! It’s basically a meme I started mainly for myself, but anyone can participate! Visit this page for the upcoming topics This week’s topic is books you immediately had to read.
Found here! This month's topic is required reading, or books you think everyone should read! This is similar to a couple recent Top Ten Tuesday's I've done, which you can read here and here! I think required reading is a tricky thing, because on the one hand I think there are books everyone should read … Continue reading Monthly Recommendations: required reading
I'm super passionate about mental illness and breaking the stigma surrounding it. Because of this, I think it's really important to portray mental illness in a positive light. Historically, this hasn't been done in TV shows or movies. However, I think there are several books that do it well, so I wanted to highlight some … Continue reading Books that portray mental illness well
Standalone Sunday is a feature created here where each Sunday you feature a standalone book (not part of a series) that you loved or would recommend! In honour of Pride Month, I'm going to feature a different book with an LGBTQIAP+ character for each Standalone Sunday the rest of the month. This week I'm highlighting Boy Meets Boy by David Levithan!
Thanks Jessica @ JessicaMarie493 for tagging me! Make sure to go check out her answers! The Rules: Thank the creators: Namitha @ TeenMemoir and Jasmine @ HowUsefulItIs Answer the questions. Add pictures! (If you want to) Tag (about) 5 people. A+ on the test: A book or character that makes you smile? Every Day by … Continue reading Tag Tuesday: the High School Book Tag
I have quite a few, so bear with me. I tried really hard to do books I haven't reviewed/talked about before but it was hard for some.
Started here and now hosted here and can also be found here! This is my first T5W post and idk if it'll be a regular thing, but we'll see! This week, it was LGBTQ+ reads, and I really liked that idea. So here are my top ones! Everyday by David Levithan Shocking, I know. But this … Continue reading Top 5 Wednesday: LGBTQ+ Reads
Dash and Lily’s Book of Dares is about Dash and Lily (shockingly), who meet through a book that Lily leaves in a bookstore. They each must complete a series of dares for the other and eventually meet in person (I haven’t read this book in a while so sorry for the short description, here's the … Continue reading Book review: Dash and Lily’s Book of Dares by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan
This book is about A, who is a person who doesn’t have a body. A wakes up everyday in a different person’s body. The first time we meet A, they are the boyfriend of a girl Rhiannon. A falls in love with Rhiannon and the book follows the two of them trying to make a … Continue reading Book review: Everyday by David Levithan