Now is the time to be thankful…for great books! We are almost at the end of this very long and draining year but we have still have a batch of exciting titles that will help you get through this month at least. Instead of diving in the turkey, sink your teeth in these amazing releases of the month:Continue reading “Books to Read This Month: November Edition”
It’s that time of year again! The voting round of the 2020 Goodreads Choice Awards has begun. This annual event, in its 12th year, is the only major book awards chosen by readers. The opening round ends on November 8. The semifinal round runs from November 10 – 15, the final round runs from November 17 – 30 and the winners are announced on December 8.
I won’t be listing all the nominees but here are some categories that may be of high interest to some readers. I’ll also mark the ones that will definitely get my vote!Continue reading “2020 Goodreads Choice Awards Nominees”
Today is National Poetry Day! It is safe to say that this year we needed poetry to soothe and calm us of our anxiety and fears that we have been feeling lately. It is important now more than ever to enjoy, discover and share poetry.
This year I have just done that. I have come across amazing poetry collections and read emotional and powerful poetry that will stay with me always. So in keeping with the tradition of this celebration, I am sharing it with you! If you are looking to start (or get back into) poetry, here are some great book recs that will have you looking at poetry in a whole new light:Continue reading “National Poetry Day 2020”
I recently wrote a blog post for the book website, MyVLF, discussing about many YA Novels from great authors like Sarah Crossan, Dean Atta, Manjeet Mann and so much more!Continue reading “Blog Post: YA Novels Are Not Just For Teens”
The new school year has started and although 2020-2021 will be unlike any school year we ever encountered, that does not mean we are not facing the similar learning issues. And a recurring one is getting children and teens to read.
Over the years, children and teens are reading less and less. Most blame television and/or the increase amount of technology use to cause children and teen to read less, however, there might be other factors in play. Some students may feel that the text that reading is too complicated for them and the book size may be intimidating to them. There are some books out there that are useful in helping younger readers find the right book for them and discover the true joys of reading, without any pressure:Continue reading “Back to School: Books for Reluctant Readers”
For the month of August, I’ll be listing great summer reads, in different genres, that will give you a headstart on your summer adventure. So sit back in your lounge chair and getting ready to start your tantalizing journey!Continue reading “Summer Reads for an “Indoor” Summer: Teen/YA”
Are you looking for your next great read? Why not try out the books from across the pond? Despite from what governments say, books are essential and are needed now, more than ever. So if you are need of a variety and want to read diverse stories, then I suggest you try out some British titles!Continue reading “Books You Should Get Out Of the UK: August Edition”
It’s only July? I know most of us wish that 2020 would just end already, but alas that is not the case. We have about 6 months left in the year and as much as I would love to have my life to return to some form of normality, I am using this unusual gift of time to read new 2020 titles and also books that have been on TBR shelf for awhile.Continue reading “Best Books of 2020: So Far…”
Pages: 288 pages
Published: August 20, 2020 (UK), November 17, 2020 (US)
Publisher: Bloomsbury Circus (UK), Little, Brown and Company
Genre: Fiction, Contemporary, PoetryContinue reading “Book Review: Here is the Beehive by Sarah Crossan”