In Australia, spring has sprung, and I want to talk to you about my favourite genre to read when it starts to get hot: YA Contemporary.
I know this may sound odd. Many of you are from the northern hemisphere, you see. I on the other hand, am not. In Australia, spring has sprung, and I want to talk to you about my favourite genre to read when it starts to get hot: YA Contemporary. Continue reading “YA Contemporaries Perfect for Spring Time”
Of course, many people dislike her character, saying she’s a bad role-model. But I reject this, for a number of reasons. The root of their mentality is sexist and problematic for fiction and life, and I think it’s time we address these issues.
This is the start of the new blog series– I’ve always wanted to kickstart my own bookclub! 🙂 This will be the start to many bookish discussions, which will most likely migrate to my new booktube channel (y’know… when I eventually make one).
Today’s post is something a bit more fun and resourceful.Heart of Mist is the hottest new release in YA fantasy,and the author, Helen Scheuerer, is currently touring blogs to promote her debut novel, Heart of Mist (The Oremere Chronicles #1). I am designated to write a review, but I thought, “what better than to involve the reading community?”.We can all have a little fun discussion the newest releases!