Bullet-Point Review: We Set The Dark On Fire, Tehlor Kay Mejia

I should have talked about We Set The Dark On Fire when I first read it, almost two months ago, but time and other reviews came around and before I knew it, it was the very start of May. The thing is: how do you talk about a book you love with all of your […]

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18 YA books about mental health for Mental Health Awareness Month

Hi friends, happy Wednesday! It’s May and with it comes Mental Health Awareness Month. Whether you’re new on my blog or a regular here, you have to know that mental health is a topic very, very dear to my heart and, if I can scream about some young adult books dealing with mental health, I […]

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Bullet Point Review: Tinfoil Crowns, Erin Jones

There are no spoilers in this review. Tinfoil Crowns, Erin Jones Publishing on May 7th, 2019 by Flux Books. Seventeen-year-old internet video star Fit is on a mission to become famous at all costs. She shares her life with her fans through countless videos (always sporting some elaborate tinfoil accessory), and they love her for […]

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Monthly wrap-up – April 2019

Hi friends, happy May! It’s that time again to sum up everything that has happened in the last month so… let’s get to it! In case you don’t know this just yet, I have two loves in my life, reading and travelling. Because of life and other stupid things happening in the later half of […]

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How to find your blogging voice and your best blogging-self

Finding yourself is an every-day quest and finding your blogging-self is, too, no matter where you are in your book blogging journey. With a thousand, a million of book bloggers out there, it’s so hard to find that thing that makes you stand out. That thing that makes you shine, that makes you tell yourself […]

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