Halloween season is the best time of year to bring out your favorite mystery, thriller or horror books. Sitting under a warm blanket with a cup of hot chocolate, tea or coffee and reading by candlelight on a chilly night is the perfect way to spend an October night. We have some recommendations for our readers, both old and new YA books, to make this month one full of fright. keep reading…if you’re brave enough.Continue reading “The Best YA Books to Read Before Halloween”
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Feel free to do this tag and let us know your answers! We found it through Read by Tiffany.
1. Bread: What book is purely fluff and has no real plot line?
Maybe This Time by Kasie West. The book had no real plot in our opinion. We usually love West’s writing, but we couldn’t support Sophie and Andrew’s budding romance. Not much happened in the span of a year, where Sophie and Andrew spend all holidays together. While the premise had potential, the book fell flat.Continue reading “Thanksgiving Book Tag”