Summary: A young adult drama told in Hopkins' well-known style of free-verse that follows 17-year-old Ariel, as she struggles with a narcissistic, abusive father and coming to grips with her own sexuality, and Maya, a young teenage mother who's connection to Ariel may open up years of wounds and lies. Genre: Young Adult, Drama Page… Continue reading Review: The You I’ve Never Known by Ellen Hopkins
I've been wanting to read more poetry lately, and it's one of my favorite genres so I'm kinda always wanting to read more of it, so I thought I'd ask you guys what poetry books/collections you'd recommend. I don't really have any sort of preference though I do prefer more modern poetry to classical poetry.… Continue reading Recommendations? | Poetry
"I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library." ~ Jorge Luis Borges "What really knocks me out is a book that, when you're all done reading it, you wish the author that wrote it was a terrific friend of yours and you could call him up on the phone whenever you… Continue reading A Few Of My Favorite Quotes About Books
I think most people have specific character traits that they love and like to see in the characters they read about. For me, I mainly love reading about characters that are: Outcasts: I love and relate to characters who would normally if they weren't the main character of the story, be left in the background… Continue reading Favorite Character Traits
Okay, if you've followed my blog for a bit, you probably know that I like to skip the BS on everything I post and just be as honest as possible in everything I write and publish here. When it comes to saving money on books (or saving money in general) there are bound to be… Continue reading Saving Money When Buying Books | The Honey Coupon Site
Giving credit where credit is due: questions found at Hello, Abibliophobia 1. What are you reading right now? Currently reading The Never List by Koethi Zan, A Little Bit of Spectacular by Gin Philips and trying to finish up The You I've Never Known by Ellen Hopkins (it's never taken me this long to finish one… Continue reading Book Tag | Questions For Bookworms | #1
Just for those who may be visiting my blog and aren't familiar with the term, BookTube is just the book side of YouTube where people with channels post reading-related videos such as Hauls, TBRs, Read-a-thons, author interviews, things like that. It's basically a video version of having a blog if that makes sense. I've played… Continue reading A Future BookTube Channel?
Summary: A collection of poetry written by a 16-year-old teenager throughout his younger years as well as his unfiltered thoughts on everything from love, heartbreak, and fear of what may come in one's future. Genre: Poetry Page Length: 101 (ebook/Kindle) 188 (paperback) Publish Date: April 7th, 2017 My Thoughts: Poetry is one of… Continue reading Review: Time Capsule by Ideas With Ink
I haven't read a lot of the more popular books in the reading community. Especially a lot of the more well-known YA books. There's a lot more than this, though I thought I'd share a few that I haven't read and a little info on why. Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell, also Fangirl… Continue reading Popular YA Books I Haven’t Read
One of the primary things that every book buyer has to answer honestly to themselves. Nah, not really. Yes, I take into account the "prettiness" or appeal of a book before I buy it because it's fun and why not? Though I haven't bought many books just simply based on the cover. I can't even… Continue reading Do I Cover Buy?