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Themed Book Recommendations: Royalty in YA/NA

The Selection For thirty-five girls, the Selection is the chance of a lifetime. The opportunity to escape the life laid out for them since birth. To be swept up in a world of glittering gowns and priceless jewels. To live in a palace and compete for the heart of gorgeous Prince Maxon. But for America… Continue reading Themed Book Recommendations: Royalty in YA/NA

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Themed Book Recommendations: Short Stories

The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas Some inhabitants of a peaceful kingdom cannot tolerate the act of cruelty that underlies its happiness. The story "Omelas" was first published in New Dimensions 3, a hard-cover science fiction anthology edited by Robert Silverberg, in October 1973, and the following year it won Le Guin the prestigious… Continue reading Themed Book Recommendations: Short Stories

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Themed Book Recommendations: 5 Books With Fat Protagonists

Fat representation is hard to find in books, especially in YA, because most of the time its...not great. A lot of times, the fat protagonist's story is entirely centered around their weight, and the story centered around "proving fat people are worth respect. as people" which I feel like we should be past. The following… Continue reading Themed Book Recommendations: 5 Books With Fat Protagonists

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Themed Book Recommendations: 5 Books With A Cuban-American Protagonist

I've recently gotten back into the swing of book blogging after a several month hiatus (and general flakey-ness since I started college...it's been an adjustment y'all). One of the things I want to do going forward is highlight books from marginalized authors which feature marginalized characters and protagonists. The first one I decided to start… Continue reading Themed Book Recommendations: 5 Books With A Cuban-American Protagonist

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Rec Your Friday: A New Weekly Book Blogging Meme

Here is another series I want to start on this blog! The series is Rec Your Friday, and each week there will be a theme. Themes may be a trope, a general bookish theme, a genre, or may ask for favorites repping a particular aspect not seen as often in books such as F/F romances… Continue reading Rec Your Friday: A New Weekly Book Blogging Meme

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Book Recs: YA Urban Fantasy

I hope you guys enjoy this! Let me know if you've read and enjoyed (or didn't) any of these books! Netgalley Review: The Wendy Project NetGalley Review – Nemesis #1: Dreadnought Buddy Read – Book Review: The Night Circus NetGalley Review: The Edge of Everything https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGQnEspnulQ      

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Book Recs: YA Contemporary (Romance Focused)

I've been wanting to make a recommendation post for a while now, and after seeing Christine's video (embedded below), I though Contemporary would be a good place to start. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOcVWFaHzR8 Netgalley Review: Tash Hearts Tolstoy Netgalley Review: The Love Interest The Love That Split The World Book Review NetGalley Review: Get It Together, Delilah! Emmy… Continue reading Book Recs: YA Contemporary (Romance Focused)

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This Is My Genre, Tell Me Yours Tag

I was tagged by two very lovely bloggers: The Orangutan Librarian and Icebreaker694 Go check out their amazing blogs! THE RULES: Credit my bad bad self Drew @ TheTattooedBookGeek as the creator of the tag, use the created tag name graphic and link back to my blog. Answer the questions. Tag as many people as you want.  1). WHAT’S… Continue reading This Is My Genre, Tell Me Yours Tag