In the run up to the American election, tensions are high and political debates – even among friends – are getting heated. Signs are staked out in front lawns. Everywhere you look online, there’s an ad or post about the election. Even Grubhub reminded me to vote the last time I ordered food…It’s hard to avoid news of the American election, but one way is to escape into a book. Here are five lighthearted YA political fiction books to sink into.Continue reading “5 YA Political Fiction Books to Get You Swept Up in the Election Frenzy”
This tag was created by Tiffany at Read by Tiffany. So be sure to check out her post! I found this tag on Kristin’s site Kristin Kraves Books. I know it’s been fall for a good month now, but it’s my favorite season, so I’m trying to make it last! I love the cool, crisp weather and layering sweaters and jackets and scarves and breaking out my boots. I thought this would be a really fun way to celebrate that!Continue reading “The Fall Bucket List Book Tag”
This tag was created by Shelby Masako. I found it on The Indecisive Reader‘s blog. Check out their post here. It’s been really fun finding spooky/fall themed book tags. I’m not huge into Halloween, but I do like a creepy gothic novel or suspense book. Are you guys into Halloween? What are your favorite spooky books?Continue reading “The Spooky Books Tag”
This tag was originally created by Azia at The Uncharted Word. I wasn’t tagged, but found this tag on Sofii’s blog A Book A Thought. I love pumpkin spice lattes and don’t even care that it’s a white girl cliche. Do what makes you happy! I say. This is another tag in keeping with the spooky season.Continue reading “The Pumpkin Spice Latte Book Tag”
It’s a chill, rainy day here and I’ve got a pumpkin scented candle burning and a cup of coffee beside me, so it seems like a perfect time to do a creepy Halloween tag.
This tag was started by Anthony at Keep Reading Forward so be sure to check out his post!Continue reading “Halloween Creatures Book Tag”
This might be an unpopular opinion in the book community, but I’ve never subscribed to Owl Crate or Book of the Month or Fae Crate. In fact, I’ve never subscribed to any book subscription service ever. And for someone who loves reading as much as I do, some might find it a little strange. Book boxes are the Christmas (or Hanukkah or Eid or whatever you celebrate) of books! The boxes are full of surprises – signed copies, amazing art-work, exclusive items. Things you can’t find anywhere else! And yet…Continue reading “Why I Don’t Subscribe to Book Boxes”