A draft of this post has been sitting on my computer for weeks, and if you ventured into YA book twitter yesterday, you’ve probably guessed
I spent a long time puzzling over how I felt about The Cheerleaders… until I realized that the amount of time I spent processing the
As one of my most anticipated July releases, the much-hyped Grace and Fury was especially disappointing to dislike. I waffled for a long time about
It wasn’t until I was sat down to read FORESHADOW introductory issue that I realized I had never read a YA short story before.
I’m halfway through a two-week period where I’m working basically all day and sleeping the rest of the time, so all my “end of July
As I returned home from a weekend visiting family a few hours away, I noticed that my bag was a lot heavier than it had
HALF of my top 10 most anticipated reads of this month (and four other major YA releases) and all dropping at once on the VERY
There’s a line in A Court of Mist and Fury that I just can’t stop thinking about. Sarah J. Maas’ fantasy series isn’t exactly known
This week may be something of the calm before the storm. Like last Tuesday, today will see only a few major YA releases. I’m enjoying
The first thing I did when I finished this book was google “One of Us Is Lying TV Series” because I need that in my
Last week gave us a bunch of anticipated new titles like Bright We Burn, The Supervillain and Me, and Notes from My Captivity. Even more big
Save the Date is a sweet, modern take on the quintessential “senior year of high school” novel. The book came through on its promise of
If you’ve stopped by Goodreads in the past month or so, you’ve doubtless seen ads for PBS’ The Great American Read, hosted by Meredith Vieira.
This is a busy week in YA releases, with nine major titles, including two from my most anticipated list for July. Here’s what’s hitting shelves today.
After The Astonishing Color of After (which was amazing, btw) I wanted a quick read that’d be a little less brutally real and a little
It took me several weeks to get through The Astonishing Color of After, not because I was bored, but because the prose was so rich