Let’s Talk Bookish: Age categories in books

This post is a couple days late, but this week’s LTB topic is a great one!! This week’s official topic is What Make You Continue Picking Up YA/Middle Grade Books? (suggested by Sam @ River Moose Books), but I decided to change it a little for a few reasons.

The main reason was that I’m 14, which means that I’m in the YA age group, and am barely outside of the middle-grade age group. So, I’m going to instead talk more about what makes me like MG vs. YA vs. adult books, as well as some of my favorite books in each category!

Also, MG stands for middle-grade and YA stands for young adult!

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly discussion post created by Rukky @ Eternity Books and is hosted by Rukky and Dani @ A Literary Lion! For this week’s topic, I’m going to talk about what I like about different book age categories!

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The Last Fallen Star, by Graci Kim | ARC review

Hello! I had some trouble uploading this review, but I’ve finally got it up, and I’m excited to share it with you all! The Last Fallen Star, by Graci Kim is a middle grade fantasy novel published by the Rick Riordan Presents imprint, and is an incredible book.

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The Eye of Ra, by Ben Gartner | a spoiler free review

Hello! I hope you had a good weekend. Today I have another review, and this one is of The Eye of Ra, a middle-grade time travel book. I don’t have much to say right here, so I’m going to get right into my thoughts on the book!

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City of the Plague God, by Sarwat Chadda | arc review

Hi! Today I have another review, and this is of City of the Plague God, by Sarwat Chadda! The book comes out in less than two weeks, and I’m so glad I was able to read it because it’s a great book! It’s the latest of the Rick Riordan Presents publishing imprint, which publishes diverse books about different mythologies from around the world. City of the Plague God is about mesopotamian mythology, and is an overall fun book. I’m very excited to share my review.

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My bookish rambles, November 22nd, 2020: organizing TBRs, and buying books!

We are more than two thirds of the way through November, which is crazy, because there are so many things that I wanted to do this month that I still need to do. But I still have eight days, and will be making the most of the week left of this month. Which means writing until my fingers are exhausted and until my brain melts.

My Bookish Rambles is a feature on my blog where I talk about all sorts of bookish things! I write about topics that I’m interested in, and also answer questions that you all send to me, and write about things you want to know my opinion on.

I originally had this as a weekly thing, on Sundays, which is what I have written in my introduction post, but now, I’m probably just going to do them every other week, and maybe not always on Sundays. really whenever I have lots of random bookish thoughts.

You can always read my introduction post, for more information about this feature!

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My bookish rambles, November 8th, 2020: the chosen one trope, romance as a subplot and more

I haven’t posted in a few days because I’ve been busy with school and nanowrimo, but I wanted to come back today and write about a few things. I’m going to first be elaborating on some things I talked about last week, and I’m also going to be writing a few paragraphs on the topic for Friday’s let’s talk bookish topic. I didn’t have time to write an entire post, but I did want to write a little about it, so I’m going to do that as well.

My Bookish Rambles is a weekly feature on my blog where I talk about all sorts of bookish things! I write about topics that I’m interested in, and also answer questions that you all send to me, and write about things you want to know my opinion on.

You can always read my introduction post, for more information about this!

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My bookish rambles, November 1st, 2020: my thoughts on middle grade fantasies, and some recommendations

Today is November 1st, the first day of NaNoWriMo, and I am so excited to be starting to take part in that! Anyways, since it is Sunday, today I have another post for My Bookish Rambles! Today’s post is going shorter than usual since I’m spending more time writing, but I still have a few things that I want to talk about!

My Bookish Rambles is a weekly feature on my blog where I talk about all sorts of bookish things! I write about topics that I’m interested in, and also answer questions that you all send to me, and write about things you want to know my opinion on.

You can always read my introduction post, for more information about this!

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Premeditated Myrtle, and How to Get Away with Myrtle, by Elizabeth C. Bunce | blog tour and reviews

Hello! Today is my stop on the blog tour for two wonderful books: Premeditated Myrtle, and How to Get Away with Myrtle, by Elizabeth C. Bunce. I really enjoyed reading these books, and I’m excited to share my thoughts on them!

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The Mystery of the Golden Ball: Pen & Quin: International Agents of Intrigue, by K. S. Mitchell | a spoiler-free review

Hello! This first book in the series is The Mystery of the Painted Book, and you can read my review of it here. Anyway, here is my review of The Mystery of the Golden Ball, by K. S. Mitchell.

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