I am not typically a fan of YA romance. I like the action/adventure type books. That’s just my personal preference as a reader. That said, this was just fun. Glad I added it to my stack this week. Check out the book talk for more info. For student use: about my copy
Every Day by David Levithan Hardcover, 324 pages HL605L Blame this one on my #bookaday and #nerdybookclub friends again. The story in Every Day is interesting… what if you borrowed a different body every day? Would that be any way to live life? For more information about David Levithan’s new novel, check out the book talk … More Book Preview: Every Day
Here’s what I’m reading, as well as what’s coming up on the (book) supplier this week. Four videos for the price of two! That is, FREE! The other thing I’m excited about (I just looked up on Amazon, and my video is uploading to YouTube as I write this, hence why it’s not in the … More Sunday #Bookstack No. 7: Week of 16 September 2012
The Chicago of the Will Graysons is very different from and infinitely more funny than the Chicago of Veronica Roth’s Divergent. It includes a very large and quite dramatic boy ironically named Tiny. The audiobook make the story even funnier (not that it wasn’t funny already). Evernote file with more information about Will Grayson, Will … More How Many Will Graysons Are There?
The Letter Q is a collection of letters that queer writers have written to their younger selves about coming out, bravery, hope, and love. This is (currently) the uncorrected proof. The Letter Q is due to be published in May 2012, and will contain letters from more authors than are represented in the ARC. Great read for … More Book Preview: The Letter Q
Evan is being stalked. Evan’s best friend, Ariel, is gone, and ever since she left, he’s received pictures–some of himself, and some of places he’s been with Ariel. It doesn’t help that he can’t sleep and that he feels guilty about what happened to Ariel. The pictures he receives freak him out. As he tries … More Stalkers and Photographs