The January 2022 book releases look insane! Here are some of the ones I'm particularly looking forward to reading.
My review of the novel 'An Absolutely Remarkable Thing' by Hank Green, book number one in 'The Carls' series – spoiler free!
Though there seems to be a lack of festive-themed books this month, some of the darker December book releases look really exciting!
My review of the novel 'The Martian' by Andy Weir, a standalone science fiction novel (and also the origin of the hit movie) – spoiler free!
It's officially cold. I'm making peace with by going over the absolutely stellar list of November book releases worth being excited about.
My review of the novel 'Everything, Everything' by Nicola Yoon, a standalone YA contemporary – spoiler free!
My review of the novel 'Shadow and Bone' by Leigh Bardugo, book number one in the Grishaverse series – spoiler free!
TBR: To Be Read. At the end of 2020, I gathered a bunch of books I’d been excited about reading and figured I’d try to get through them all in 2021. There were fourteen fiction novels (plus a handful non-fiction). For the last few years, I’ve set myself a target...
I spent my teenage years well entrenched in the culture of BookTube (don’t come at me for how young that might make me sound). If you’re unfamiliar with it, BookTube is a community on YouTube exclusively about books. People discuss books they’ve read, books they want to read, books that...
If you’re a writer, you should read. There’s a long-standing debate about that statement throughout the writing community – I fall squarely on the ‘pro-read’ side. Yes, you can be a good writer without reading (though who wants to just be good?), but immersing yourself in others’ stories, in noticing...