So I could use a readathon right now.
I’m 8 books behind on my reading challenge as of late, which is only slightly pitiful, especially since I can feel the calendar pushing towards August and the start of my sophomore year. I’m going to be pulled into homework, AP classes, and extracurriculars.
Therefore, I feel like this is my chance to catch up. It’s now or never and I really want to achieve my goal this year.
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Haha, afraid. Because, you know… Happy Friday the 13th!
Friday the 13th has always seemed like a mini-Halloween to me. I mean, sure, you don’t dress up and go trick-or-treating, but it does have that spooky aspect to it.
In honor of today, I’m talking about 13 diverse books that I totally need to get my hands on this year. And, despite the title that was created to celebrate this “holiday”, I’m not afraid of any of these. On the contrary, I’m freaking pumped to read them. Some have already been released, some have yet to be published, but either way, I’ve got to read these books before the year is up.
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Happy Monday, bibliophiles!
I haven’t talked much about diversity on this blog. However, it makes me unexplainably happy to see what the YA world is turning into. Everywhere I look, more and more, I’m seeing diversity pop up. 2017 has so many fantastic books going on sale. As someone who spent a lot of her childhood watching my favorite Disney shows and thinking I wasn’t pretty because I didn’t look like the characters, I know how important representation is. Seeing someone that looks like me battle dragons, teenage melodramas, and find love? That’s a beautiful thing! It’s inspiring to see a community that I love fight for the representation of people that look like me, and so many others! #WeNeedDiverseBooks
Onward! If you’re into book twitter (AND WHY WOULDN’T YOU BE??), you’ve probably heard of #DiversityDecBingo.
If you haven’t, however, I’ll give you the rundown:
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