By: Cait Marie It's Friday again, so it's time for another list of favorites! I've actually been struggling with themes and topics for these posts, hence, the infrequency. However, a beautiful list was brought to my attention (shout out to Brittany over at Bookishly Brittknee!), full of ideas. You can find the full list, which... Continue Reading →
By: Cait Marie This tag was originally started by PBS Digital Studios, and I saw it over on meltotheany's page! Without further ado: - If your life were a book genre, what would it be? Realistically, probably a YA contemporary that's slightly comedic. I would prefer it be something awesome like fantasy or sci-fi, though.... Continue Reading →
By: Cait Marie If you are a book lover, odds are you have experienced the disappointment of a bad movie adaptation. We've all been there: you read an incredible book and are crushed by the changes in the movie. However, every once in a while, there is one that doesn't completely destroy what you envisioned.... Continue Reading →
By: Cait Marie I have been struggling to write this review for days. Leah on the Offbeat, Becky Albertalli’s newest release, came out last week and I had been waiting months for it. It. Was. Wonderful. I love Albertalli’s books. You all know I’m obsessed with Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, well, this is... Continue Reading →
By: Cait Marie April was a crazy month for books! The more I delve into this book community, the more obsessed I become. Recently, I have joined some reading groups and subscribed to some newsletters all leading to a lot of books. I actually bought or received 29 books this month. TWENTY. NINE. Most of... Continue Reading →
By: Cait Marie If you know me, you know that I absolutely adore Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. I’ve said before, I don’t read a lot of contemporary or stand-alone books. However, I do occasionally read them, especially if recommended. I actually read this book as part of my school’s book club for Pride... Continue Reading →
"It’s universally relatable, even if you don’t identify as a member of the lgbt+ community. And the movie keeps all of that emotion. There are so many warm, fuzzy feelings while watching it, I couldn’t keep myself from grinning like an idiot."
By: Cait Marie To start us off, I thought I would share my article from the beginning of the year with the list of my favorite books from 2017. Check out the list here. What was your favorite book you read this past year? Have you read any of these? Have any suggestions for what... Continue Reading →