I know this is a little late, but I’ve loved watching these videos on Booktube over the past few weeks, so I thought I’d participate to see how I’ve done in my reading so far in 2017. If you want to check out the creators of this awesome tag, click here and here. 1. BEST… Continue reading Tag: Mid-Year Book Freak Out
As our train chugged into Edinburgh on Friday, a very merry Englishman sung the entirety of the Flower of Scotland (which is, IMHO, the best rugby anthem), and the entire carriage whooped and cheered. That kind of spontaneous joy and spirit lasted the whole weekend. Edinburgh is one of those cities where you could wander… Continue reading I lost my heart in Edinburgh.
I feel like July has been taking FOR-EVER to get here, mainly because there is so much to look forward to–I’m going to Edinburgh, and Devon and OHMYGOSH I’m so excited. Here’s what I plan to read this month: Spellbook of the Lost and Found By Moira Fowly-Doyle One stormy summer night, Olive and… Continue reading YAY July | TBR
What I read: This month I read 12 books, 7 more than my target. I read five YA MG/YA books: A Girl Called Owl, Mold and the Poison Plot, The Boy who Sailed the Ocean in an Armchair, Just Call Me Spaghetti-Hoop Boy and Alex Sparrow and the Really Big Stink. To find out more… Continue reading See ya, June | Wrap Up
The always amazing Grace recently tagged me in this, so OBVIOUSLY, I had to do it. Here are the rules: Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link to their blog. Write a post to show your award. Give a brief story of how your blog started. Give two pieces of advice to… Continue reading The Blogger Recognition Award
So, I have an agent. I still can’t quite believe I’m writing that sentence, and that it’s true. Here’s a rambling blog post on how that happened. August 2016: I wrote the first draft of an article for the absolutely amazing website, Disability in Kidlit, about the importance of representation and hypermobility–a disability that I… Continue reading The Incredibly Unbelievable Story of How I got my Agent.
This year, one of my goals was to read more books by UK authors. So, when I was book searching at the library the other day, and came across a couple of books I’d been wanting to read FOREVER, I had to snap them up. I loved all of them, so if you’re feeling like… Continue reading UKYA/MG Spotlight: 5 Books to put on your TBR