First off, many thanks to Tom over at T.J. Reads the Stars for hosting this readalong of To Kill a Mockingbird! 💖 One of my reading goals for 2018 was to read this book—and reading it with new reader friends made the experience even better. 👍🏻 Meet Tom in his readalong announcement video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DgE1GJrDlQo Now… Continue reading HOW HAD I NOT READ THIS BOOK? 🖤 To Kill a Mockingbird Readalong Vlog
These Rebel Waves by Sara Raasch is a young adult fantasy that has pirates, magic, politics, and slooow-burn romance (which my heart is still craving more of). 🏴☠️🌊 And I’m a part of its blog tour! 🖤 Enjoy this ORIGINAL book tag inspired by the book—and now I tag YOU! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqZpmr_mlbU QUESTIONS Lu: a female character who's… Continue reading These Rebel Waves Book Tag
These young adult contemporary books have been sitting on my shelves so long I forgot what they're about and why I wanted to read them in the first place. 🙄 Should I give any of these books a chance? Let me know in the comments! https://youtu.be/Gg8f9i853zA Follow my blog with Bloglovin!
I went to my favorite book fair and left with a giant haul of books. 👌🏼 Some new-to-me authors included in this haul are Neal Shusterman, Victoria Schwab, Claire Legrand, Kiersten White, and Adam Silvera. You know. Enough popular authors to make me question whether or not I read at all. 😅 https://youtu.be/-YqtPJT-6wg
I may or may not be guilty of some bookish sins. 🤷🏽♀️ From regifting books to doggy-earring corners—I've (almost) done it all. But I confess my bookish sins in this Guilty Reader Book Tag. 😂🖤 https://youtu.be/g-UaDgEQEi4
Meet my puppies Piñita and Osito! 🖤🐶 And, I guess, check out all the books I'm taking off my shelves in my FIRST EVER book unhaul. 👍🏽 Most are classics that don't meet my high expectations for book covers. 😂 https://youtu.be/xUEVk_xfwpk
In my first BookTube video BookTube Newbie Tag, I mentioned how I was able to include starting a BookTube channel into a project for one of my graduate school classes. Since I was able to choose my own topic for my Disabilities Studies class’ final project, I decided to explore how mental illnesses are represented… Continue reading Mental Illness in Young Adult Books