A Look Back Part 3: YA

A Look Back at My Reading List (2017 Part 3: Young Adult) My passion has greatly dropped for this area of reading. I’m, at best, withheld when it comes to YA. If you haven’t read my posts regarding it, then you might not like my reaction to the larger bulk of this subsection. That being … Continue reading A Look Back Part 3: YA

My Problem with YA

My Problem with YA Until last year, I never really delved into this subsection of books. To be honest, I don’t really divvy up my reading list into such nonsensical categories, but as I started writing more frequently, knowing these titles has become important. With it, I’ve begun to see there’s a large problem with … Continue reading My Problem with YA

A Look Back at My Reading List (2016 Part 3: Young Adult)

A Look Back at My Reading List (2016 Part 3: Young Adult) I have to admit I am somewhat leery coming to this section of my prior reading list. I have not always read so much in this area before, but felt I should expand into it. I mainly kept an eye out for books … Continue reading A Look Back at My Reading List (2016 Part 3: Young Adult)

Year in Review (Reading) 2016

Year in Review (Reading) 2016 Having just completed my year-end review for writing, I can also see why I may’ve not produced as much this year: I’ve read a whole helluva lot more. Compared to last year’s count—52 books, pretty much one a week—this year I’ve already put down 75 and by the time this … Continue reading Year in Review (Reading) 2016

What I Learned From Rainbow Rowell’s Eleanor and Park

What I Learned From Rainbow Rowell’s Eleanor and Park I mainly review self-published works because I encounter so many blogs that specifically and intentionally go out of their way to say suck it to self-published authors. That’s fine. That’s what they want to do. However, despite my reviewing habits, I tend to read mass published … Continue reading What I Learned From Rainbow Rowell’s Eleanor and Park