10 Young Adult Books on my TBR

Young Adult is one of my favourite genres and there are so many books that sound fantastic that I haven’t had a chance to read yet. I have put together a list of 10 books that are the highest on my Young Adult TBR. I did the same recently with mystery/thriller and it was such a great way of organising my TBR. I would classify all of these books as either contemporary or romance. Young Adult comes in so many genres so this list of books are relatively similar!… Read More 10 Young Adult Books on my TBR

Future Leaders of Nowhere by Emily O’Beirne

Finn meets Willa while on a camp that collects the six most highest achieving students to compete with other schools and win a month-long leadership game. When Finn reluctantly agrees to being the person in charge of her group, she must work diligently with those around her to bring her team success. Willa and Finn bond over being in charge and vow to not talk about the game while in each other’s presence. Told in the perspectives of both girls, this story follows the challenging aspects of going to a leadership camp and falling in love for the first time.… Read More Future Leaders of Nowhere by Emily O’Beirne

Top 5 Wednesday: Summer Reads

Wednesday has come around once again and it’s time for another Top 5 Wednesday! The topic this week is ‘Summer Reads’. It is actually a topic that does not relate to my geographical location but I don’t read books based on the season anyway. The books I have chosen relate mostly to my own experiences with reading in summer. I also associate ‘summer reads’ with young adult for some reason.… Read More Top 5 Wednesday: Summer Reads

Zenn Diagram by Wendy Brant Buddy Read Review with Jasmine @How Useful It Is

Zenn Diagram by Wendy Brant follows Eva, a high school student with a unique gift. She can see the different feelings of people through colourful visions by touching them, but it often makes her weak and dizzy. She doesn’t have many friends because of this, as it is difficult to be around people and avoid touching them. Along with her best friend Charlotte, she becomes friends with Zenn, an attractive boy she starts tutoring in math. However, she is surprised when, after the initial vision she got from touching his jacket, she can no longer be affected by his touch.… Read More Zenn Diagram by Wendy Brant Buddy Read Review with Jasmine @How Useful It Is

The Hating Game by Sally Thorne

Lucy is an executive assistant to co-CEOs of a publishing company. She absolutely hates her co-worker, Josh, who sits across from her and causes daily stress to her job. He is an uptight employee, which angers Lucy, as her approach to the job is with friendliness. They play games with each other to see who will come out on top and, as their dislike grows, a promotion becomes available to the best candidate. They start to spend more time together and Lucy comes to realise that she doesn’t hate Josh as much as she once did.… Read More The Hating Game by Sally Thorne

April Wrap-Up and May TBR

April is over and I had an average reading month. I was more into reading earlier in the month and by mid-April was sort of sick of it. It took me 10 days to read Big Little Lies, which isn’t that long, but it felt like forever! So I struggled a bit this month because I was focusing more on my university assignments and felt guilty about reading. Then I also started my new job, which drained me completely because I’m not used to working 8 hours a day. … Read More April Wrap-Up and May TBR