Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. This week’s top ten tuesday topic is books with unique titles. I love this topic, it’s so unique and I found it really interesting to comb through my goodreads and try to find books with amazing titles.
We’re half way through prep-tober and Nanowrimo is just around the corner. For those of you who don’t know, nanowrimo or national novel writing month is when people try to write a novel (or 50 000 words) in the month of November. I participated last year and despite my stressfully high amount of school work I am looking forward to participating again this year.
Sara Shepard is well known as a champion of YA mysteries/thrillers so when I saw The Amateurs at my local library I had to pick it up.
A little while ago I posted reasons I still read dystopian novels. To go along with that post I planned to recommend a few that I enjoyed, however my list got so long that I decided to make it a completely separate post. This is that post, but to make it a bit more interesting I thought I would look at the categories that my recommendations fit into.
I received an ARC of Dare Mighty Things by Heather Kaczynski from Edelweiss and this in no way impacts my thoughts. This book comes out tomorrow!!
I didn’t know whether it would be better to post my review closer to the release date or not so let me know what you guys would prefer.
Dystopian novels were really big a few years ago (around the time of The Hunger Games), but they seem to have gone out of fashion recently. I’m guessing it’s because the genre got over saturated with too many books, most of which were pretty tropey. There was definitely a formula for how dystopian novels would go which got old pretty quickly. You know the typical…
I know I’m a little late to the party but I super enjoyed this book and I wanted to share my thoughts. Plus with all the hype about this book I’m sure people would be interested to see what I thought.