Explore Ya Books, Books To Read, and more!

The Art of Lainey was adorable & loads of fun. Cute and fluffy and recommended for Kasie West, Stephanie Perkins, and (at least from what I've read about her work) Liz Czukas fans. Sarah Dessen books have a slightly more serious voice to them or at least more focus on the character growth of the MC  / self-discovery, I think, though fans of her work (specifically, The Truth about Forever, since that romance has a similar ex vs. new guy sort of feel to it) may also enjoy this book.

I got The Art of Lainey by Paula Stokes! Which YA Book Should You Read Based On Your Favorite Emoji?

YA Book Character Halloween Costume Ideas | Read. Breathe. Relax.

Want your Halloween costume to be bookish or literary this October ME TOO. I've been thinking up young adult book related costumes for awhile.

Welcome: The Year of Saying Yes: Part 1

The Year of Saying Yes: Part 1

Title: The Year of Saying Yes: Part 1 Author: Hannah Doyle Published: December 2016 My Rating: Recommend: YES!



If you needed one more reason to fervently await spring fever, here you go: Paula Hawkins just announced that her follow-up to smash hit thriller The Girl on the Train will hit shelves May 2 of next year. Titled Into the Water, this forthcoming novel of psychological suspense is set in a small riverside town where the bodies of a woman and a teen girl are discovered a few days apart. The investigation that follows begins to uncover a complex connection between the two murders. Pre-Order…

5 Reasons We Can't Wait to Read The Girl on the Train Author Paula Hawkins' Next Book

The author of the New York Times bestseller and global phenomenon The Girl on the Train returns with Into the Water, her addictive new novel of psychological suspense. A single mother turns up dead