The King and Queen of Contemporary YA, Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera, have teamed up to create the gay NYC love story you didn’t know you needed.
The kids of Creekwood are back in this follow-up to Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda that follows the crew one year later as they deal with the relationships that formed (and didn’t form) in the first book and navigate prom season.
I’ve decided to be really intentional about my reading in July because I’m planning to start grad school and move and start working full time in August if not sooner and I really should be on top of my crap by then.
I can’t believe June went by so quickly, but I shouldn’t be surprised because I’m pretty sure I spent the entire month buried in a book, or listening to a book,or at the library.
In celebration of June and 2018 being halfway through, here’s the Mid Year Freak Out Book Tag!
These bookish mugs are must-haves for readers who drink coffee constantly and are all less than $20 to buy today.
As we search for more diversity in books, more people are seeking out books with an LGTBQ+ protagonist, however that manifests.
Completing the Pop Sugar reading challenge in 2018? Looking for books featuring twins? Look no further.
Before Love, Simon comes to the big screen on March 16th, 2018, I wanted to see what all the fuss was about. I wasn’t disappointed.