As most of you may know (or should know) we have an LGBTQ+ Book Club in place throughout this year. If you didn’t know and want to know more, take a look HERE for more information on how you can join in, what is is and all that fun stuff. As i recently started our ‘book of the month’ a few days ago, i wanted to share some thoughts with you guys.
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I adore this book, I honestly do. It took me a couple of months to get through but this wasn’t because I didn’t get into it but because I was trying to co-read it with my girlfriend (co-reading is easier said than done) so we were trying to stay in sync with the chapters which was a difficult task! Continue reading “Everything Leads To You by Nina LaCour Review”
It’s my first reading wrap-up of the year! I’m quite pleased that my first wrap-up of 2017 is going to be good, because i’ve had a very successful reading month! I’ve gotten around to a lot of books that i’ve wanted to read for a long time, and enjoyed them all from the most part. I’m starting the year off on a high with reading and i can only hope that this continues. Here are the books that i read in January 2017!
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I’ve been wanting to get my hands on a Nina LaCour novel for quite some time now. After I heard her talk at YALC alongside David Levithan, I wanted to see how she would approach her own novel. Her debut novel is Hold Still, and sets up her career brilliantly.
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YALC is approaching quickly and that means our excitement is building by the day. We are looking forward to meeting so many incredible authors and finding out more about how they write and the fantastic books that are on our shelves at home. There are a whole host of great authors going to YALC this year (and we’re a little in awe about how many we actually get to be in the same room as at once), so many of them we cannot wait to hear talk. Here’s a list of the authors that we are most excited about seeing.
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I’d heard a few things about this book just before the release, and being a big fan of David Levithan i found it hard not to pick up right away. It was the perfect mix of YA angst, LGBT power and summer contemporary fluffy.
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