All hail the Queens! What an AMAZING night! It was so much fun getting to meet Victoria Aveyard and Sophie Jordan! And Kathryn Purdie, of course, did a phenomenal job moderating their panel. It was fascinating listening to them discuss the motivation behind their novels and some important details about their books and writing that I … Continue reading Highlights From the Victoria Aveyard, Sophie Jordan Event with Kathryn Purdie!
I'm going to predict that most people will feel similarly about this book as they would have about Insurgent by Veronica Roth, because it dives really deeply into the psychology of the characters. It also very accurately depicts they way people would genuinely behave after suffering major trauma.These types of stories aren't always the most "fun" to read, … Continue reading King’s Cage is an Exhibition of Incredible Character Development
GoodReads announced the most-read books from their users’ 2016 reading challenges yesterday. Check out their full article here to see all the books that made the list! And while you're looking at that list, please notice how many of these titles are YA! Like 18 out of the 24, folks. Can we all please recognize … Continue reading GoodReads Announces Their 2016 Reading Challenge’s Most-Read Books
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