YA | LGBTQIA+ | Reading 'When You Get the Chance' was like holding a ball of wholesomeness radiating with LGBTQIA+ positivity.
With retellings, authors can make fairytales modern, more just, and more inclusive. Actually, they can add more magic while making the stories feel more real. | Let me tell you about three "Cinderella" spinoffs in this post!
Mayhem, a YA paranormal novel by Estelle Laure, is out today. Find out basic info about the book, an excerpt, a special letter from the author, and a Q&A in this post | Spoiler: I loved Estelle's answers!
I have to admit it, I prefer ebooks to physical books... ➵ Paperbacks or hardbacks? Judging a book by its cover? My honest opinions!
Robin Stevenson, co-author of 'When You Get the Chance', answered a few questions about her most recent novel, its purpose, and the reason behind its delayed publication.
YA | Contemporary | How to sum up this story in a few words. I'll go with "A disastrous read with an ending that lightly makes up for it."
Pairing first dates with books I've read depending on their vibe? That's totally something I can do ➵ Check which read was my session of dreamy stargazing, or which one I associated to amusement park adventures
YA | LGBT + contemporary | Quick introduction to the first book we're reading at the Just Book It Book Club. My expectations? Well-
Alice the Clairvoyant predicts (and gets it all wrong, most surely) her future in books! ➵ 5-star read, 1-star read, next fictional love interest, etc.
Big fact about me: I am a fan of that sweet, sweet something about a man falling in love. So imagine when there's TWO, and they fall for each other. Here are my five favorite times this happened in a book/series.