Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Non-YA Recommendations for YA Readers

I almost exclusively read YA, as I have for years, but occasionally I do venture into adult books. Although, in the past, it hasn’t been of my own free will. I typically read non-YA only for my literature classes. So that limits my scope a bit to the literary fiction category. Despite that limited scope, I’m going to recommend ten Non-YA books that every YA … Continue reading Top Ten Non-YA Recommendations for YA Readers

Top Ten Tuesday

My Best Books of 2017 So Far [Top Ten Tuesday]

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish Since I’ve only read about 30 books this year, it feels unfair to list ten, or even five, books for this category. All of these books are contemporary YA, unfortunately. I love contemporary YA but I feel like I absolutely need to branch out a bit with the genres I read. These are my top … Continue reading My Best Books of 2017 So Far [Top Ten Tuesday]

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Top Six Series I’ve Been Meaning To Start But Haven’t [Top Ten Tuesday]

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish Hello! June is almost over and I feel super weird about it. I started my editorial internship two weeks ago so I’ve been busier than usual. It is also why I’m rushing to write this post at noon today (Tuesday) rather than having it scheduled to be up at 8am today like usual. Oh … Continue reading Top Six Series I’ve Been Meaning To Start But Haven’t [Top Ten Tuesday]

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My Top Ten Most Anticipated 2017 Books

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish There’s so many amazing books being released this year! It was nearly impossible to pick my top ten most anticipated 2017 books. BUT, I managed to narrow it down to ten. Here are my most anticipated 2017 books (in no particular order)! 1. Lucky In Love by Kasie West In this new contemporary from YA star … Continue reading My Top Ten Most Anticipated 2017 Books

Top Ten Books I Would Have Loved if They Weren’t Required School Reading

I tend despise things that I am required to do. It’s a little ridiculous. I could just choose to not do them, but there’d be consequences. Like not reading A Tale of Two Cities would have resulted in very bad grades and a failed test, and I start to panic when I think about abandoning homework assignments because I’m a nerd. Anyway, I almost always end up hating the … Continue reading Top Ten Books I Would Have Loved if They Weren’t Required School Reading

Top Ten Goals For 2015

I typically dislike making “New Year’s Resolutions” just because I don’t think a new year necessarily means you get to start ‘new’. Also, since I am the ultimate procrastinator, I can’t afford to believe in it. If I did, it would be another way to procrastinate. Like, I can start doing so and so on New Years instead of now, when there’s no reason I can’t … Continue reading Top Ten Goals For 2015