Today I’m doing a good old tag, the FIght like a YA girl tag! I was tagged by Mandy over at @bookprincessreviews! You should definitely check her out! She really is amazing! The tag was created by Krysti over at @YAandwine. I’m very excited to do this tag, because it seems perfect for me. I really believe empowering ladies are highly necessary in YA and I’m happy to share those I’ve already encountered!
Today I want to thank you! My blog just hit 200 followers and I am so grateful! I can’t believe 200 people found my words valuable enough to keep coming back! It might seem like a very small number to some, but to me it means a lot! So thank you! Thank you too every single one of my followers! Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to take a look at my blog, to like, to leave a comment! I’m so grateful for every single one of you!
Sending lots of love,
Illustration source :http://blog.juliannaswaney.com/2014/01/thanks.html
Almost half of 2017 has passed and I’m taking this opportunity to gush about all the books I’ve loved so far. I’ve read some amazing masterpieces and I can’t wait to talk about them!
Today’s post is a bit different from my other posts in this series. I’m writing it because I want to recommend an amazing blog I discovered recently. I’m talking about Dana’s blog, The Greatest Revolution. She posts about self-love and body positivity. I love her posts. You should definitely go check her out! You’ll do yourself a favour!
Untill next time! Sending lots of love your way!
I am very late with reading this series, but still I thought it would be fun to share my thoughts on it. I picked it up because of the hype and I must say I’m obsessed with it!
This review will contain both spoiler-free as well as spoilery sections, because I want to share all my thoughts on this amazing series. I will clearly mark where spoilers begin though, so don’t worry. Fair warning: this is going to be a hella long post!
In this post in my self-love series I want you to ask yourself a question. What do you love about yourself? This is such an important thing to think about, because loving yourself is just that, important. Continue reading
Today I’m writing this quick post to tell you I have finally established somewhat of a blogging schedule. Throughout the months I have been experiencing and trying out what worked best for me and I think I have found what that is. Each week I will post on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday! I think three posts a week is a very good amount that I’ll be able to keep up with. I’m not committing to a certain type of post on each day yet. For now I’ll just start with certain days. We’ll see how it goes.
See you next time! Love,
Here I am with yet another discussion post. Today I want to talk about technology in YA literature or rather the lack thereof. For some reason this aspect of a teenager’s life is so often forgotten. Why is that? Continue reading
Yesterday I finished The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli, the book I’ll review today. I highly enjoyed it, it was great! Becky Albertalli is one of my favourite authors of all time. Her books are absolutely amazing. Her writing style is quick, funny and so diverse. She has a way of writing the most adorable characters ever. So without further ado, let’s get started!
BTW, this review will be spoiler-free.
This is the first time I set myself a monthly TBR. I’m a mood reader, so normally I have no idea what I’ll pick up next, but for this month I already have some books picked out. So I thought this would be the perfect month to set myself a TBR. I know the first five days of the month have already passed, but I don’t think that will matter much. Continue reading