I’ve never been unable to get to ten books on Top Ten Tuesday. Until now. I guess I’m not in the middle of enough series right now, but here are five books or series that I’m eagerly awaiting the next book of. Give me series suggestions in the comments! Continue reading
Pizzamas last week, combined with rereading Looking for Alaska, by John Green, for class recently, made me wonder who you all think is the most crush-worthy character in this book. I personally don’t think it’s Pudge/Miles … but all the characters are pretty flawed as well. I’m super curious to see who you would marry, who you would date, and who you would dump between Miles, the Colonel, and Takumi. Let me know in the comments!
In case you haven’t noticed, I am a huge fan of YA romance. I especially like books where the couple just has to be together, but there are seemingly insurmountable obstacles in their way. That being said when I started How We Fall, by Kate Brauning, I was a little wary of the romance between main characters Jackie and Marcus.
Why, you ask?
Did I mention Jackie and Marcus were cousins? Continue reading
This week’s top ten tuesday was too much fun (and therefore way too hard) to pick books for. We were asked to choose ten characters from books that we wished would get their own books. Here’s what I came up with. Let me know which characters you think deserve their own books in the comments and enjoy your Tuesdays! Continue reading
I am way overdo to reread A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeleine L’Engle. So today I thought it would be fun to base marry, date or dump around the book. Even though most of these characters are just kids in this book, we see them grow up through the series so I decided it wasn’t creepy. Your choices for today are Calvin (swoon), Sandy or Dennys (because they are kind of interchangeable right?), and Charles Wallace. Let me know who you choose for what in the comments!