Hello friends! Today’s post is about 4 Young Adult (YA) Mystery books that I really enjoyed reading. I also think that these 4 books would be a great to read if you’re new to the YA Mystery genre. Or you could even just read these anyway because yay books! Continue reading
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5 Sci-Fi Novels I *Actually* Enjoyed (& Recommend) |[Part 1/?]
Hello friends! Today I have for you a post where I ramble a bit on 5 Science Fiction novels.
I have a difficult relationship with the Science Fiction genre. There are a few books that I’m drawn towards, but, for the most part, I stay away from Sci-Fi novels. So when I read Science Fiction stories, I make sure that I’m going to enjoy it. There are many Sci-Fi books that I’ve come across, and most of them I’ve passed on. I’m a very picky Sci-Fi reader.
So here are 5 Sci-Fi novels that I actually enjoyed.
These aren’t in any particular order, if you were curious. Continue reading
Sweet and Cute Books Recommendations
Someone recently asked me over on my tumblr, if there were any sweet and cute books that I could recommend them.
I know everyone has their own definition of sweet and cute. Even I have my own definitions of sweet and cute. There’s short and sweet/cute, which are books that I could read within a two-to-three hour time frame. There’s just a regular ol’ short, cute and sweet books that may make you smile so hard your cheeks hurt. There are books that I’ve read that are longer, maybe more in-depth than the ‘norm,’ and there are books I’ve read that can be emotionally crippling, yet when I’ve finished the book, I found it to be incredibly sweet and/or cute.
Like I said: there are many types of short and cute books, and everyone does have their own tastes in books. Here are the books that I’m recommending!: Continue reading
5 Young Adult Halloween Book Recs
Hello! Halloween is just around the corner and I’m looking forward to it! My hopes for this Halloween will be to stay at home, watch a movie, and maybe walk around the town a little in my Kawaii Bear onesie.
Halloween-time is always the time where I wish there were more creepy books. And there are books that I’ve always wished for, yet they never seem to arrive. The books that I end up reading are books that more often than not, fail to scare me. I’ll admit I’ve been scared before yet I’ve only been scared a few times with either the legitimate “creep-factor,” or when I’ve been scared out of my wits. The kicker of me being scared though, is that the Horror themed books that usually end up scaring me are not Young Adult (YA) books. They’re usually Fiction books. All the YA books that I’ve read aren’t very scary.
Here are 5 Young Adult books that creeped me out! And they’ve crept me out, so you know that means that they’re at least a smidge’ scary. I’m numbering these books from 1 – 5, 5 being the most scary. Good luck!
- 1) Sisters of Blood and Spirit by Kady Cross