I have such intensely mixed feelings about Fat Girl on a Plane. It was so well-written, and still fell kind of flat for me.
Down in the Belly of the Whale has… a lot to unpack.
Discover the magic of meeting for the first time.
A journey of self-discovery, with a love story in between.
Alice has known she’s asexual for a while. But the thing is, she still wants (and deserves) her own love story.
Find out why I loved ‘Love, Hate & Other Filters,’ and find out where Ahmed’s inspiration came from!
James Gaynor’s unique take on a beloved classic left me entertained: Here’s why.
Iturbe’s amazing writing will allow you to stare into the maw of the Nazi death machine. Read this book.
Four high school teenagers. One tweet gets them expelled. Who did it?
‘Fraternize’ by Rachel Van Dyken was one of the worst books I’ve had to read in recent memory, full of horrible characters and mediocre writing. Read more here!
Highly-evolved humans. An increasingly curious world. A regular high-school boy that gets caught in the heart of it.
‘Pashmina’ by Nidhi Chanani was a joy to read. Treat yourself to a wonderfully-colored graphic novel!
The short stories in Orlando Ortega-Medina’s new book will leaving you wanting more.
Enjoy a spoiler-free review of Sarah Mlynowski’s contemporary YA ‘I See London, I See France’ from Fictionist!
Rory’s story in ‘Love and Vandalism’ took some turns that caught me by surprise and made this book a joy to read.
Welcome Home is an anthology of short stories about adoption and family, love and abandonment, fear and hope.