REVIEW: Simon Vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

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DSC_0512Being sixteen is hard, being sixteen with a secret is harder. Simon Spier knows what it’s like to keep a part of himself hidden. He’s gay but the only person who knows is his mystery pen-pal Blue. But when Martin the school joker finds Simon’s e-mails to Blue it looks like the truth might come out, whether Simon wants it to or not. The only way to stop Martin from spilling is to help him get closer to Abby, Simon’s friend. Continue reading “REVIEW: Simon Vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli”

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BOOKISH FINDS: Online Spree

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Again you might ask incredibly. Yes again. I bought books again. I was only going to buy two but, well, online websites give you free postage if you spend so much. They’re sneaky like that. I have so many books that I want to read at this point that I have to pick them at random, and then even when they arrive I have them hidden away under the bed for a few months of years before I actually read them. Such is the life of a bibliophile. So here are the new additions to my under the bed book collection: Continue reading “BOOKISH FINDS: Online Spree”