Monthly Rewind: November 2017

 

I cannot believe we have one month left of 2017!! HOW?? What a year — I mean that seriously and sarcastically. Because god what a dumpster fire it was on a world level but on a personal level it was a life-changing one.  So shall we talk about November??

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What To Read After You Finish Turtles All The Way Down by John Green

 

Books To Read After Turtles All The Way Down

 

If there is one author all my non-YA reading friends love, it’s John Green! Even my older sister who reads zerooooo YA has read and loved all of John Green’s novels. I’ve had co-workers not know any other YA books but John Green’s! Which is great…I LOVE John Green’s books…and he’s a great gateway into other YA books.

So, since Turtles All The Way Down has come out, I have gotten numerous texts or Facebook messages from random friends like “WHAT DO I READ NOW THAT I’VE FINISHED JOHN GREEN’S LATEST??”  This is like my favorite question because I was born ready to recommend books to people! Plus it’s always nice to know, even after you haven’t seen someone in 5 years, they still see you as a go-to book recommendation machine.

So, if you are like my friends and have just finished Turtles All The Way Down and are wondering what to read next because you’ve already read all his other books and WHO EVEN KNOWS WHEN HE WILL HAVE ANOTHER BOOK OUT…I gotchu.

Here are some of my recommendations for books I think fans of John Green will just eat up based on Turtles All The Way Down and also his previous works:

 

books for john green fans to read next

 

 

History Is All You Left Me Kids of Appetite Let's Get Lost Adi Alsaid
Wild Awake by Hilary T. Smith How To Say Goodbye In Robot by Natalie Standiford

 

 

 

 

 

History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera // Kids of Appetite by David Arnold // Let’s Get Lost by Adi Alsaid// North of Happy by Adi Alsaid //Mosquitoland by David Arnold //Wild Awake by Hilary T. Smith // How To Say Goodbye In Robot by Natalie Standiford // The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider

 

The Serpent King Extraordinary Means Robyn Schneider
Made You Up Francesca Zappia My Heart & Other Black Holes Our Chemical Hearts

 

 

 

 

 

A World Without You by Beth Revis // The Serpent King by Jeff Zentner // Extraordinary Means by Robyn Schneider // OCD Love Story by Corey Ann Haydu // Highly Illogical Behavior by John Corey Whaley // Made You Up by Francesca Zappia  // My Heart & Other Black Holes by Jasmine Warga // Our Chemical Hearts by Krystal Sutherland

 

The Female of the Species

The Female of the Species by Mindy McGinnis // When We Collided by Emery Lord

 

 

I would love if you would leave in the comments YOUR recommendations for books perfect for John Green fans to read after they’ve finished Turtles All The Way Down!

 

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Monthly Rewind: October 2017

 

WHERE DID OCTOBER GO??? No really…somebody send a search party because I don’t know where the hell it went. It was here one moment and gone the next.

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Whatcha In The Mood For? // The Halloween Edition

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OH MAN…it’s been a while since I’ve done one of these posts! It’s that time where I dole out recommendations according to what kind of mood you might be in at random — whether that be an actual mood or a specific type of book. Check out past Whatcha In the Mood For recs!

 

I would LOVE LOVE LOVE if you could also leave some recs for my categories in the comments to further help people looking for books that fit! Also, have a good idea for a category or something you have been looking for? Leave it in the comments!

This time I decided to do a sort of theme around Halloween because it’s HALLOWEEEEEN today! I’m going as an exhausted first time mom….crusty spitup included for realness. BLARGH. Just kidding. We will probably be sitting around doing nothing tonight…maybe grab some candy and continue watching Stranger Things while Riley sleeps. You can check out this Halloween reading list I made last year if you need even more recs!

 

 

Want a historical with a supernatural twist?

 

Iron Cast

Iron Cast by Destiny Soria

Why? It’s set in Boston in 1919 in a world in which hemopaths exist (people whose blood allows them to create illusions through art) and the main characters are two young girls who perform at the Iron Cast club using their talents for a rapt audience even though it’s illegal to host these sorts of gatherings. The supernatural abilities are really cool and unique. There is something within the blood of hemopaths that allows them to create illusions or manipulate the mind. They each have their artistic talent that allows them to do it — singing, playing an instrument, reciting poetry, or painting. Such an amazing read and PERFECT for Halloween/fall if you don’t love scary but totally want something 1) atmospheric and 2) with some supernatural elements! Check out my full review of Iron Cast!

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Monthly Rewind: September 2017

 

Well I haven’t done a Monthly Rewind since June before Riley was born because literally everything would have been NO SLEEP NO SLEEP BABY BABY BABY. It still is kinda like that but I’m feeling more up for trying to blog!

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Monthly Rewind: June 2017

 

How is June over?? I’m in shock because that officially means that we are in July — aka THE MONTH IN WHICH I WILL HAVE A BABY. Woo boy.

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Monthly Rewind: May 2017

May recap

 

And just like that May is over. Boy, did it go by fast!! And wow June is the last full month before this baby comes!

 

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Monthly Rewind: April 2017

 

It’s MAY! I think May is one of my favorite months because the weather starts getting nicer and feels more summer-y which is my fave. Time for my April recap!

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Picked up my library holds! Read (and really enjoyed) My Not So Perfect Life and am currently reading All the Missing Girls.

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Monthly Rewind: March 2017 (Belated, I Know)

Oof…pretty telling where I’ve been at lately that my MARCH rewind is happening in like mid-April. I’ve been busy busy busy and…tired. But here we go anyways…

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Monthly Rewind: October 2016

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