Since I went back to school on Monday, I had very little time to read or think, so I will not post anything this week. I should be back to normal by the upcoming weekend (but no promises)! I hope everyone has a great week!
With the #LiveLikeABookChallenge one week away as of this writing, I've created the challenge hub here so you can begin sharing advance plans, or participating if you're completely unable to join us during the scheduled dates of January 14 and 15! In short, this is your chance to spend a weekend like you're inside a book—and who doesn't want that? About the challenge: For a few years, I've thought about hosting a reading challenge like many other bloggers do, but I honestly felt like no one needs another reading challenge to tend to. But I still wanted to find a way to bring the blogging community together as part of a fun activity. Then a few random pieces of inspiration came together (including this article I saw that is basically my challenge for Taylor Swift rather than a book)...and I devised the #LiveLikeABookChallenge! What do I do for this challenge? Glad you asked! Basically
Hi everyone! I've got a couple of books to share with y'all today, so let's dive right in! Finished in the past few weeks: Besties: Find Their Groove Written by Kayla Miller and Jeffrey Canino Illustrated by Kristina Luu MG · Graphic novel · Add it on Goodreads · Preview the illustrations · · · The publisher says: · · · With their first formal school dance around the corner, Beth and Chanda are on a mission to make it the best night ever. Step one? Secure the perfect dresses so they can dominate the dance floor! But when neither of them can find an outfit that lives up to their high expectations—and when they encounter unexpected pressure to find dates—these besties will need to lean on their friendship more than ever if they hope to find their groove and bust a move! New York Times bestselling author Kayla Miller and co-author Jeffrey Canino share a thoughtful and
Happy new year, everyone! Today I'm excited to be recommending the fifth book in the Click series of MG graphic novels, Crunch by Kayla Miller! There are no spoilers of the previous books in the series in this review! Add it on Goodreads or preview the illustrations! To be frank, y'all, I related to this book so much that it was honestly painful at times—like, I knew I was thrilled to see a book about navigating an overflowing to-do list, but the specific mistakes Olive makes were so similar to the ones I am making in my own life that it hurt a little bit. But that's just a testament to the realism and thoughtfulness of this graphic novel, the fifth in Kayla Miller's astoundingly good series, following Click , Camp , Act , and Clash . (There are also two spin-offs that form the Besties duology: Besties: Work It Out , which is amazing, and Besties: Find Their Groove , which I'll discuss soon!) Let's dive in with the publisher's description : **********