If you read YA, you've probably heard fantastic things about Adam Silvera's novel More Happy Than Not. And you're going to hear the same from me. I absolutely loved it, and I can't wait to see what Silvera does next. I don't even really know what it's about, I just know I have to get my hands on a copy.
According to Goodreads, this is a "scrapbook-style teen guide to understanding what it really means to be a feminist." And while I've probably got the basics down, you can't learn too much, and the authors contributing to this are fantastic, so I'm excited. Authors include: Courtney Summers, Malinda Lo, Daniel José Older, Siobhan Vivian, and Amanda Stenberg.
I loved Redgate's debut novel, Seven Ways We Lie, so I'm especially excited for this one. It's about a girl who decides to audition for her boarding school's all-male a cappella group. I love music and I love Riley Redgate, so this one's a no-brainer.
Yes, I am getting tired of trilogies. Yes, I think the stories can often be told in fewer than three books, but they get dragged out. YES, I WILL READ THIS THIRD BOOK IN THE SERIES. I loved Jenny Han's To All the Boys I've Loved Before duology, and I'm incredibly excited for this book. It's got lovely characters and it makes me happy. And that's exactly what I want in a book this year.
Sorry again for the lack of posting lately. I have been swamped with college things, job things, and other things. But I'm working on my time management, so hopefully I'll be able to read more soon! Have a fantastic week, everyone.