THEY BOTH DIE AT THE END is yet another tear-filled treasure from Adam Silvera. This book is all about friendship and grief, but more than anything, this book is about life! THEY BOTH DIE AT THE END has been my most anticipated read of the year, and it was everything I'd hoped for and so … Continue reading THEY BOTH DIE AT THE END Review and Wine Pairing
In honor of Pride Month, this week our Brooding YA Hero street team is sharing their most anticipated LGBTQIA+ books of the year. The book I'm featuring is one of my very most anticipated reads of the year, They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera! Adam is one of my very favorite authors. His … Continue reading My Most Anticipated LGBTQIA+ YA Book of the Year
YALLWEST was PHENOMENAL, you guys! I cannot recommend going to this event highly enough, and I can't wait to go again myself. This was my first real book convention, and it was everything I hoped it would be and so much more! The only downside of going to a convention is that you become instantly addicted. … Continue reading Booknerdigans at YALLWEST 2017!!!
Happy, happy Sunday, my bookish friends! Here is another mind-blowingly amazing contemporary YA novel. I am dying for Chbosky to write another novel, like I'm sure many of you are. Has anyone heard any word of him working on any other projects? He's definitely one of the YA contemporary greats like Benjamin Alire Sáenz, Adam Silvera, … Continue reading Standalone Sunday : The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Happy Sunday, my bookish friends! History Is All You Left Me is an INCREDIBLE new contemporary YA novel, and it's out THIS TUESDAY! Silvera's writing is every bit as amazing and moving as that of Benjamin Alire Sáenz, Jennifer Niven, and Jandy Nelson. There are some great new books coming out this week, but if you read any of them, … Continue reading Standalone Sunday : History Is All You Left Me
I have been meaning to read this book for far too long, and I am so grateful to one of the wonderful employees who work at the bookshop where we host our YA and Wine Book Club meetings, who insisted that we read this book this year. Thank you, Nathan! This book deserved every single … Continue reading Why Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe Won ALL the Book Awards
Since today is Christmas, I wanted to spread a little bookish joy. The following books truly brought me so much joy this year, and I'm truly grateful for each and every one of these gems! In no particular order, here are my 5-star reads of 2016! Basically, I had an INCREDIBLE book year in 2016. How … Continue reading My 5-Star Reads of 2016