I still have bunnies on the brain from Easter yesterday. It was the first time having babies at our family celebration this year, and the little Easter dresses and the tiny seer sucker suit were just about the most precious thing I’ve ever seen. Anyways, back to the bunnies. When given the choice between Peter Rabbit, Pat the Bunny, and the Velveteen Rabbit, who would you marry, date, and dump. Let me know in the comments! Continue reading
High school junior Lara Jean has never had a boyfriend, but she has been in love. She’s been in love with the cocky, popular boy who “stole” her first kiss, the boy from summer camp who saved a kid from drowning, the fashionable classmate who everyone thinks is gay, and even the family friend who dated her older sister. She’s been in love with them, but she’s never told them. Instead she’s written them love letters to get over her feelings and stored them, unsent, in a hatbox her mother gave her before she died. When the love letters mysteriously are sent to all the boys, she has to deal with all the emotions she’d thought she’d sealed away in five little envelopes.
I’m holding strong with the theme of British Romantic poets, with three more lyrical masters for you to choose from. This week you can marry, date or dump Lord Byron, Percy Shelley, and John Keats. I have a pretty big affinity for Keats, but I’m excited to see who you chose in the comments! Continue reading
After reading, Openly Straight, by Bill Konigsberg, a few weeks ago I saw in many people’s reviews on goodreads lots of different message: “If you don’t like ambiguous endings you won’t like this book.” It got me thinking about all the different kinds of endings there are and what kind of endings I like. Continue reading
Here are a list of some of the most unique books I’ve read. Whether it’s because of the main character, the world building, or the story structure all of these books have stood out to me as unlike anything I’ve ever read or heard about otherwise.
What are some of your favorite unique reads? What do you think it takes for a book to be considered unique? Continue reading