Hi everyone, this week’s post is a book list with a collection of adult epistolary novels. To be honest, I had a hard time trying to cut down on my selections for this post as every search brought up many titles! In the end, I whittled it down to six titles. To see which ones I’ve picked, push the button below…Continue reading “A collection of adult epistolary reads”
Hi all, this week’s post is a trio of teen reads set in the format of letters. To be honest, I was having trouble finding some but right at the last moment, I found a few!! See if you like them…Continue reading “Teen epistolary reads”
Hi everyone, I hope you enjoyed Becky Albertalli and Aisha Saeed’s gorgeous novel highlighted earlier this week. It was only after reading this book did I realise how fascinating and diverse this style of collaborative work was!! This post will feature a few other such works for your enjoyment!!Continue reading “Extra teen reads for you”
Hi everybody, this week’s review post is a teen book. I selected this book and it’s cover for a number of reasons. Mostly because the font used evoked emotions within me that made me think this would be a modern classic… I guess I’ll need you to decide if I’m right or wrong…Continue reading “Words in deep blue by Cath Crowley”
Hi everyone, welcome to this week’s post!! I’m changing things up a bit this week. The selection of titles are all from teen fiction reads I found interesting and captivating. Unlike the tween books, these reads will take you around the world with some extra content that is better suited for older readers. So why not dive in and take a journey with the teens in this post!Continue reading “Trendy Travel Reads for Teens”
Hello everyone, this week’s post is a delightful teen story I found about a young Indian teenage girl called Dimple and a boy called Rishi. One of the main reasons I enjoyed this book was because it reminded me of those Bollywood movies I used to watch in my youth filled with a colourful cast of characters, hilarious scenes of romance, while telling a story of identity. Hope you enjoy it too!!
Hi all, this second week of December the Christmas tale I will review for you is one of young love. Yes, it’s your regular teen romance with a slight twist to it; a Christmas twist. So, as the holiday season starts, I will leave you with a story that captivated me from the beginning. Continue reading “What Light by Jay Asher”
Hi there, this week I’ve chosen a slightly different title to showcase. It grabbed me for its simple cover design and lovely story. Basically it’s about a boy who meets a girl, and what happens afterwards. Have a read of this delightful, heart-warming story!! Continue reading “A Song for Bijou by Josh Farrar”