You know what I love? Stories that go on for a loooong time, that means that the best thing that can happen to a book is to get a sequel!
Here’s a list of my most anticipated lgbt+ sequels that will be coming out next year::
Continue reading “LGBT+ Sequels for 2018!”
I know there’s still some time before the end of the year and I’m planing on reading some more books but if I don’t do it now I’ll most certainly forget. So, here it is.
Turns out I’m doing another of Mariam’s tags and I regret nothing
This year was a mess with starting a new university, playing hockey and just general worldwide messes. So I didn’t read as much as I wanted but here’s some things that I did get to.
- Have you read any book(s) with someone? If yes, what was your buddy-read for 2017?
- Any new author(s) that surprised you?
- What’s a new genre you tried?
- Any book(s) you read in the beginning of the year that you still recall very fondly in December.
- Favorite book(s) you read during your birth month.
- A book series you finished/started in 2017.
- Book(s) that everyone raved about in 2017 that you didn’t feel strongly about.
- News that made you super excited for 2018!
- Give me 2 books you’d re-read, 1 you wish you could forget, and 7 you’d buy for your past self.
- Name one bookish goal you’ve achieved
I’m tagging @earlybookishbird and everyone who feels like doing this!
Continue reading “End of the year book Tag”
This is a new tag created by the wonderful Mariam’s yummy books (check it out)
It was a lot of fun doing it, though I admit I had trouble with some of the choices I made.
The rules are:
- Link to the creator:: Mariam’s yummy books
- Tag 2-5 people (or not… not a big deal.):: I tag literally everyone, GO DO THIS
- You can use the graphics in this post (or not) but please credit.
- The graphics are all original property of Mariam’s yummy books
- Answer the prompts, have fun, and spread the B99 joy!
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Once upon a time there was a hazel-eyed boy with dimples.
I called him Khalil. The world called him a thug.
Recently I read Thug and now I want to talk about it and why it’s important that this kind of stories are told
Continue reading “Thoughts on THUG (The Hate U Give) by Angie Thomas”