For some reason, I procrastinated reading All Things New for a few months. It arrived in a mix of new ebooks from NetGalley.
- Diversity, Mental Health, Reviews
All the Ways the World Can End by Abby Sher is a cringe-inducing, tearjerking novel for all the right reasons.
I began reading A Change is Gonna Come and felt like something a little special was happening within the e-pages.
The latest book from r.h. Sin is A Beautiful Composition of Broken, which doesn't exactly do what it says on the tin. He presents us with poems, prose and pieces of writing all stuck in one place.
Trigger warning: eating disorder.
At first you'd think Hello Me, It's You is just another compilation of letters from young adults to their teenage selves. Hardly a new concept, I know. But with mental health experiences at the
To be honest, I'm struggling to describe the set-up of Life is Like a Parade — so here's the blurb I was given from NetGalley (who kindly gifted me this ebook so I could slate it). "After
Continuing on from The Year I Became Isabella Anders is the novel The Year of Falling in Love. Finding yourself and falling in love? It's a big year for Isa, who has the lust-of-her-life Kyler