A couple of days ago I posted a little post that included a few 2019 YA releases I think are must-reads! This was part of a two part post and this is going to be part two! I have even more 2019 YA releases that I want to recommend! You can find part one of… Continue reading Must-Read 2019 YA Releases – Part Two
It is my last recommendations series of 2019 and what a more fitting time to do a must-read 2019 YA releases series. I've read so many incredible books that have been released in the past year and wanted to highlight a few of my favourites that I feel like everyone should read. Here is part… Continue reading Must-Read 2019 YA Releases – Part One
Today I am back once again with another of my new releases I’m excited about posts! December is certainly a quieter month when it comes to new Young Adult books so this time round I have included a couple of fiction books I am also quite excited for! I cannot wait to give them all… Continue reading December Releases I’m Excited About!
Luna Lark used to love her name, before people started saying it differently. I'm sorry Luna, are you okay Luna? Now Luna is taking back control and starting agin in the most remote place she could find, Ondingside. A little island with no more that 150 residents. Luna is hoping to finish her latest novel,… Continue reading In the Time We Lost – Carrie Hope Fletcher
For those of you that didn't know, I currently work at a local library as a library assistant and have been doing so for around 4 months now. Since starting at the library I have been trying my best to champion the Ya section of the library and bring it to a wider audience. Here… Continue reading Bringing YA to a Wider Audience
I've been working at my local library for quite a few months now and in the time I've been there I have given the YA section of the library quite a big face-lift. The YA section is only very small so I don't have much area to work with. I love making new designs and… Continue reading A Tour of the YA Section of the Library
Jonathan Van Ness grew up in a small Midwestern town that didn't quite understand why he was so over the top. JVN was an easy target and endured years of judgement, ridicule and trauma all because he was gay, but none of it crushed his unique and effervescent spirit. JVN's memoir Over the Top uncovers… Continue reading Over the Top – Jonathan Van Ness