Leah on the Offbeat–Becky Albertalli

Good morning! Let’s talk books! More importantly LGBTQ+ books. So apparently Simon VS the Homosapiens Agenda fans were bombarding the author with information on HER characters and one of them was that Leah is bisexual. Sure she had a thing for Simon, but she was also interested in girls. Which is why she was alwaysContinue reading “Leah on the Offbeat–Becky Albertalli”

Simon Vs. The Homosapiens Agenda–Becky Albertalli

Thiiiiiiiiis boooooooooooook. Myyyyyyyyy heeeeeeeeaaaaaaart.  Simon is a teenager coming into his own, trying to sort out how to come out to his family and friends, and in general living the life of a teenager. I love this book so much. I hugged it when it was over.  My sisters all agreed that it ended ratherContinue reading “Simon Vs. The Homosapiens Agenda–Becky Albertalli”

The Sandcastle Empire–Kayla Olsen

I needed some young adult in my life after reading Lolita.  WHOOOOOAAAA what a horrible way to phrase that. And yet I left it so you could read it and be mortified with me and for me.  You’re welcome. Anyway: I love YA novels that have heart. And murder. Lots and lots of murder. AndContinue reading “The Sandcastle Empire–Kayla Olsen”

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children–Ranson Riggs

We’ve made it out of the Roald Dahl vortex. Thank God. I was originally reading this book because I had been interested in it for awhile and then the movie was coming out, so naturally, I was trying to prep myself for the movie! And then I never went and saw the movie. I holdContinue reading “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children–Ranson Riggs”

The Son of Neptune

Heyo, I forgot to post yesterday! Here we are! Percy is back! I love myself some sarcastic and heroic Percy Jackson sass. Percy, like Jason in the first book, wakes up in the wrong place and doesn’t remember who he is. The only thing he remembers is Annabeth. He loves her and has to getContinue reading “The Son of Neptune”

Eragon–Christopher Paolini

The tale of a young boy and his dragon. You would think that I would be super into it. I love heroic tales, I love dragon tales, and I love dragon tails. (Word play, get into it.)    Maybe I’ve just read too many amazingly mind blowing fantasy books, but this wasn’t one of myContinue reading “Eragon–Christopher Paolini”