The World Without You by Beth Rivas

#bookaday A World Without You by Beth Rivas. #stickynotereviews video posted soon. #bookstagram đź“š đź“– My experience reading this book was as much story as it was an opportunity to peek inside the mind of an author. THe stickies reminded me just how much thought predicates plot, character and theme decisions. This book reintroduced me … More The World Without You by Beth Rivas

Feature Shelf #45: The Thirteen Reasons Why Edition (Text Only)

This is Feature Shelf, a series that provides book recommendations based on theme or title suggestions. This week’s shelf tackles the questions, “What about those who are left behind?” and “Why did they do it?” This is Feature Shelf #45: The Thirteen Reasons Why Edition. My name is eli, I’m also called the (book) supplier. … More Feature Shelf #45: The Thirteen Reasons Why Edition (Text Only)

Butter

Butter by Erin Jade Lange Hardcover, 316 pages None listed I had a hard time with this novel. It’s tough. I think there’s something weird about saying that a novel that deals with such a disturbing issue is amazing, but Butter is amazing.  Check out the trailer for the video below.  I’m going to put … More Butter

Book Preview: Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson

Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson Hardcover, 278 pages 730L Wintergirls (2009) is in the same vein as Speak (1999) and Catalyst (2002), though I don’t think it occurs at the same school as these two novels (Melinda, from Speak is mentioned on page 150-somethingof Catalyst). In this novel, the title character, Lia, is struggling with anorexia and with the death of her bulimic … More Book Preview: Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson