Title: I’ll Give You The Sun
Author: Jandy Nelson
Genre: Contemporary, Young Adult, LGBTQ+
Page Count: 400
It’s been nearly a month since my last Writing Prophecies post and I apologize endlessly about that you guys! I just think these posts are the most critical of me to write because some (if not all) of y’all read these posts to take my advice on writing, which is just like whoa. Read More
I am very excited to bring you an author interview and giveaway in today’s post. When I was approached with the opportunity to interview Iain and to give away a copy of his book I was ecstatic because I love author interviews and I love giveaways – and I know everyone else in the book community loves them as well!
Today Iain and I will be talking about traveling and his book series that follows Kitty Hawk – a strong, independent woman who loves to travel and go on epic adventures.
Today is Saturday, my book friends, which means it’s time for me to tackle my TBR! Every Saturday I tackle my TBR by taking part in Down the TBR Hole, a weekly meme created by Lia from Lost in a Story. Let’s get started!
And also, before I officially start, sorry about skipping last week’s post. I just didn’t feel like writing it, but here it is now! (Also, I probably won’t have a Writing Prophecies post up this weekend either…) Read More
Y’all, I don’t know how but it’s already June! We’re already halfway through 2017! Where has the year gone?! Anyway, what better post to… post then the Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag? This is kind of a staple in the book community once we reach the middle of the year so I thought I’d go ahead and do it! Read More
June is Pride month, so I decided that I would write some posts centered around LGBTQ+ representation in books. I am always on the lookout for LGBTQ+ books and although they have been implemented in YA a lot more as of late, there are still many ways I think authors could do to represent the LGBTQ+ community in their books better.
Hello everybody! As you all know I decided to stop doing monthly wrap ups. This is just because it takes me forever to compose those posts and I honestly don’t enjoy writing them so I decided to stop making them. Read More
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