I've been on a bit of a romance kick lately - I think it's something about the heat and the laziness of summer that's drawing me to them! So here's a quick list of some of the romances that I've really enjoyed recently. Start HereI will never shut up about this book! Start Here is … Continue reading top 5 recommendation | romances
Thank you so much to Sabrina for agreeing to be on my blog today! 1. Who are you and where do you blog? My name is Sabrina and I blog at thereaderdevotee.wordpress.com ☺ My Instagram is thereaderdevotee and my Twitter handle is readerdevotee ☺ I review Young Adult books ranging from Contemporary to Fantasy and … Continue reading diverse book blogger spotlight: the reader devotee
I read The Brightsiders by Jen Wilde during June, which was Pride month! It was the group read for the Queer Lit Readathon, which I took part in. As a rock star drummer in the hit band The Brightsiders, Emmy King’s life should be perfect. But there’s nothing the paparazzi love more than watching a … Continue reading the brightsiders review
I've read a lot of really great books so far this year - so I thought I would mention five books that I LOVED. This isn't in any particular order. FreshwaterDeliciously dark, Freshwater is Akwaeke Emezi's debut novel about fractured selves. Ada's alternate selves (Asụghara and Saint Vincent) develop after she is sexually assaulted, and protect … Continue reading top 5 recommendation | best books of 2018 (so far!)
I read God Smites and Other Muslim Girl Problems during the Ramadan Readathon and the BuzzwordAThon. Craving a taste of teenage life, Asiya Haque defies her parents to go for a walk (really, it was just a walk!) in the woods with Michael, her kind-of-friend/crush/the guy with the sweetest smile she’s ever seen. Her tiny … Continue reading god smites and other muslim girl problems review
If the Dress Fits by Carla de Guzman is a romanceclass romance novel that features a fat protagonist! I've had a bit of a romance kick and this is one of the books that I picked up. Martha Aguas kind of has it all--she's an accountant who loves numbers, an accident-prone puppy that loves her, … Continue reading if the dress fits review
I'm very pleased to be joined by Katie O'Leary for this week's mental health guest post. Trigger warnings: suicide, stigma against mental illness In recent weeks, we have seen a rise in the following statements: “If you need to talk, reach out to someone. Speak up. Talk to someone. You are not alone. You are … Continue reading Don’t Worry, We’re Fine. Until We’re Not.
Sorry this is only going up at this time of day - I had it scheduled to go up but forgot to write the post in time!! Anywho, this is a brief list of some of my favourite diverse YA contemporaries - my favourite genre! Radio Silence I gotta start this list off with one … Continue reading top 5 recommendation | diverse YA contemporaries
Hey y'all! I have some exciting news for you - in short, I've created a patreon! If you don't know, Patreon is basically: "a membership platform that provides business tools for creators to run a subscription content service" I've only got one tier at the moment, where you pay $1 or more. If this kicks … Continue reading patreon!
1. Who are you and where do you blog? Hi, I am Resh. I have a thing for good food and good books. I blog at The Book Satchel which is a place for bookish talk and reviews. I also talk about reading and other things in life on my Instagram. Blog : http://www.thebooksatchel.com … Continue reading diverse book blogger spotlight: the book satchel