That’s right! No more star ratings! I explained all of this and more in a video I posted about ratings on my BookTube in August,
In terms of anxiety rep, Guts is, hands down, the most relatable thing I have ever read. I am so grateful that this is going into the hands of elementary- and middle-schoolers, because if I’d had something like this at that age, I would have been so much better off.
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I’ve been blogging for just over two years now. It’s been a complete joy, and I have no plans to stop doing this any time
We’re, like, almost halfway through July, but these lists always take me forever and I’m evidently terrible at planning ahead. ANYWAY, here are ten anticipated releases
Good morning, afternoon, or evening! If you have found this post, hopefully, you’re just as excited as I am to announce the newest blogging series,
Synopsis Seventeen-year-old Keralie Corrington may seem harmless, but she’s, in fact, one of Quadara’s most skilled thieves and a liar. Varin, on the other hand,
This post has really been months in the making. Over the summer I was reading the synopsis for a book and was really interested until
So I’ve decided to try my hand again at making playlists for books since I can’t seem to get this one out of my head.
Yeah, yeah, I know we’re halfway through January already, but I really wanted to post this among my other 2018 Wrap-Up posts and 2019 Welcome