May has been on the quieter side for me this year and it has been lovely. The last few months have been a whirlwind of time so it was lovely to slow down for a month. I did do quite a lot this month and read a lot too. Here is what happened in May!… Continue reading What Happened in May?
How is May nearly over already? This month has flown by! I got a lot read this month and I am happy with what I got to read! Here is what I read in May! We Are Not Okay by Natália Gomes "We Are Not Okay is a powerful novel about what happens when girls are… Continue reading What I Read in May!
A few days ago I attended a very exciting event at Waterstones Manchester Deansgate! It was an in conversation with Ashley Poston and Susan Dennard, moderated by Kristina Pérez. I had been looking forward to this event ever since it was announced as I thing all these authors are wonderful. I may not have read… Continue reading Ashley Poston and Susan Dennard in Conversation- Event Recap
Once again I am extremely late in reviewing this film, over a year late. I am currently trying to rewatch and review a YA film adaptation each month. This month I rewatched Love, Simon which is the film adaptation of the novel Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli. I love both the… Continue reading Love, Simon – Film Review
Jana Novak lives on a South London estate with her family. Jana is scouted by a modelling agency whilst on a trip to Thorpe Park and is catapulted into fashion stardom. The fashion industry however is as grimy as it is glamorous and there are unexpected predators at every turn. Meat Market is beautifully written,… Continue reading Meat Market – Juno Dawson
A few days ago a posted a short post all about 4 feminist YA books that I recommend a lot! You can find part one of this little two-part series here. For now, here is part two of feminist YA books I recommend and like to discuss. The Nowhere Girls by Amy Reed "Three misfits… Continue reading Feminism in YA – Part 2
I recently started doing a two part post each month in which I recommend some books. I have done one about inclusive books, and my most recent one was all about audiobooks. This month I wanted to discuss and recommend YA books that discuss feminism or are feminist books! This is going to be a two… Continue reading Feminism in YA – Part 1