One of the PopSugar Reading Challenge prompts for 2019 asks you to read a book with “love” in the title
So ARC August was a complete failure for me.
August was a slow month for me. I finally moved to DC and the new city life really put a dent in my reading
Stories can only be told so many ways, and in 2018 I’ve noticed a lot of books that feel exactly like another book I just read, so I’m always looking for something unique. Novels in Verse have never let me down when it comes to this
So begins the next two months in which literally dozens of books I want to read come out. Crap. September is only the beginning, but what a strong beginning!
I absolutely LOVE Ellen Hopkins’ book, particularly her YA verse books, and so I was over the moon when my #bookishwish was granted and an ARC of People Kill People showed up on my door step!
Few things sell me on a book faster than finding out it has multiple POVs.
I love playing the guessing game where I try and guess what the next Owlcrate book will be.
Sometimes, fiction is about diving into a world you might otherwise never get the chance to experience or becoming a character you could never be in the real world
May is here, and so are some of the most anticipated books of the year!
What’s a book set in your state that didn’t make my list?
If you love books with dark subjects like drug use, abuse, sex work, and identity crises that are beautifully told and will twist you up inside, check out every single book by Ellen Hopkins