I picked up Needlework on a whim in the last few weeks, and the day after Deirdre Sullivan was actually announced as an author for YALC. Now that i had her book, i figured it would be a great place to start my YALC TBR for this year and got straight in to reading Needlework.
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It’s been quite a long time since i sat down and read a graphic novel. I’ve felt like i haven’t had the time to sit and read one in one sitting (which is what i usually do) so i’ve ignored that section of my book shelves all together. However, i sat down with Paper Girls after having it on my shelf for over a year, finally.
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This month we’ve been really rubbish with our advertisements because of our very busy lives. Which means not many of you will be aware that our LGBTQ+ book club pick for November and December is If I Was Your Girl by Meredith Russo. This novel is one that me and Sophie have both had on our TBR’s for a very long time and one i was particularly excited to get to.
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I picked up a copy of The Witch’s Kiss quite a while ago, thinking that i wouldn’t get around to it any time soon. Admittedly it’s not really my ‘thing’. I’m not a fan of Witches and most of all, i had no idea what this story was actually about. When i saw that Katherine and Elizabeth were announced for YALC this year, i figured i may as well pick it up and see why it seemed so popular last year. I ended up speeding through it.
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Ever since last summer i have developed an unhealthy obsession with The 100 series by Kass Morgan. I read the first installment ahead of YALC ’16 and it quickly became one of my favourite series (don’t let the covers put you off like i did). I could barely contain my excitement when i found out that she would be releasing a fourth novel in December of last year, fueling my love for these books.
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There was A LOT of hype around this YA contemporary in the summer of 2016, so as a fan of YA contemporary i figured i should probably pick it up. When buying contemporary, i generally glance at the summary one time, forget about it before buying it and putting it on my shelf for months. That’s exactly what i did here, i went in completely blind.
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As the end of 2016 wraps up, I figured I should probably pull together what my favourite books of the year have been. No better way to do it then share my top 16 books out of the 47 I’ve read this year!
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