Favorite Posts 018

Favorite Posts 018

I think I like this format better, so I’m going to keep it this way. What say you, gentle friends?

The Good Luck Girls by Charlotte Nicole Davis

We went from one harrowing event to another, my heart in my throat as I read page after page following these daring and tragic girls.

Jocelyn

FFBC Blog Tour Stop: Women Enact Justice for Women in The Athena Protocol by Shamim Sharif

Why is it ok for some to decide that they can have an organization to go out and enact their own sense of what is right or wrong for their decided group of choice and no one else can? And how do they get to determine what is right or what is wrong and then how to hold them accountable for it?

Susan

Book Review: Undead Girl Gang

I actually think that my favorite part of this book -aside from how perfectly Anderson set up the spooky-yet-fun atmosphere- was the girls themselves.

Brittany

Guest Post: Expanding the Possibilities of Fantasy: LGBTQ Representation in Malinda Lo’s Books

As a South Asian-American and first generation immigrant growing up in a country where social circles were determined by one’s ability to conform and family demanded unwavering obedience, I treasured those moments I spent wrapped in universes where characters faced, I believed, vastly more interesting problems than mine.

Amrita (Hosted by Charlotte & Anna)

Shadow and Bone Cast Reaction!

I have to admit that I’ve been a little nervous about this adaptation ever since it was revealed that they would be combining Shadow and Bone and Six of Crows.

Jess

Favorite Horror Books by Women: Part I

My ultimate dream is to one day publish my own book of horror. I want to terrify and delight.

Amanda

Major Things You Forgot (or didn’t know!) From Harry Potter

While rereading Order of the Phoenix for research, I came across a scene I had forgotten. After seeing Snape’s memories from his 5th Year, and witnessing James Potter belittle another student without hesitation, Harry is appalled. He is truly disgusted by his father’s actions.

Xandra

Your Hypocrisy About “Realistic” Teens in YA: Why Do you Hate Us for being TOO MUCH of a Teenager, but also TOO MUCH of an Adult?

For a while now, I’ve noticed this glaring hypocrisy when it comes to teenagers in young adult fiction, where it seems like they can never satisfy adult readers. They act one way and get criticized, and then they act the opposite way and get criticized as well, all under the excuse of not being “realistic” teenagers.

May

Favorite Female Villain Theme Songs

 I almost decided to do couples instead of villains because I know way more love songs, but villains were just speaking to me today so maybe next time.

Chelsie

Book Blog Newbie Tag

Hi there and welcome to my first ever blog post… Nervously biting nails…my name is Ashleigh and i love everything bookish, i had no idea what to do for my first ever post then i found this tag and i thought hey doing this tag sounds like a good start.. I hope.. Anyways here are my anwers to this tag.

Ashleigh

Hispanic/Black Reads Perfect for Halloween

This is a 3 part series up until Halloween, where I’ll be giving out recs of diverse books (tho, some I haven’t read. It’s fine) that is perfect for Halloween.

Lori

This looks like such a fun tag honestly, and although I’m a huge baby when it comes to scary stuff, I figured some of my horror fans could check this one out and may want to try it.

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