I've been seeking both comfort, and heartbreak in fiction for as long as I can remember, which is why, today I wanted to take the time out to scream about all my recent favourite reads. If I included all the books that I've loved, the list would be endless. After creating my blog, my reading's… Continue reading Discussion Post: My Top 12 Favourite Young Adult Books, and What They Mean to Me
Is there anything better than having a book exceed your expectations for it, and 100% live up to all the hype, when you thought it was going to let you down? Filled with angst, political tension, childhood friends-to-lovers-to-enemies-to-lovers-to-enemies goodness and atmospheric worldbuilding, These Violent Delights was both one of my most anticipated reads of 2020,… Continue reading Book Discussion: These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong
Through a research survey conducted by Marshall University, it was found that most YA literature was written for an audience of white, middle-class teens. Which is also the reason most people turn to Fantasy for escapism rather than relatability. No, teens don't relate to fighting vampires, but they do relate to seeing themselves, and their… Continue reading Discussion Post: Talking About Diversity, Inclusivity, and Representation in YA Fantasy + 13 Diverse Recommendations!
Hey everyone!! Sorry I haven't been that active lately, but I am participating in a bunch of blog tours this month, so I promise you'll be seeing a lot more of me!! Also ahh guys we survived 2020!! Like Cherelle said, I'm still not used to writing 2021 lmao, and I'm pretty sure that all… Continue reading January Wrap-Up