Random: 1 Year Blogging!

Hi guys! Today is a big day – I’ve now spent one whole year on this blog! I’ll keep this short, but I can’t not spend the day without telling you all something. Thank you all, all my readers and followers from the bottom of my heart. This blog means the world to me, and I wouldn’t be blogging without you guys!

And I have to give a special mention to my lovely friend, Jeff (go check out his site!). Not only did he inspire me to blog in the first place, but now he stands by me every single day. He actually helps me take/choose the photos for this blog, and in so many other ways behind the scenes (seriously, I rope him in to brainstorm everything with me 😉 )! Words don’t cover the way you support me, but thank you.

So for today’s post, I’m going to be listing a YA book for every month of the past year that I loved (and yes, Jeff helped me choose the photos 😛 )!

January

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One new year, two lives saved. All the Bright Places is a breath of fresh air for anyone!

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February

Another new start – in the wonderful You Were Here, a fresh and original approach at overcoming grief.

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March

Following the theme, Mosquitoland is also a coming-of-age novel perfect for starting off your year!

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April

Start to look forward to the warmer weather and road-trips of summer, How To Be Bad is a great read for the start of summer!

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May

When the sun finally starts to break through and exams finish – I’ll Give You the Sun will keep you busy when that revision is all over!

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June

To properly start off your summer vacation – Amy and Rogers Epic Detour is a lovely story of romance and road trips!

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 July  

Take an summer vacation with When We Collided, an emotional roller coaster perfect for those long beach days.

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August

We Were Liars takes you again on an emotional summer vacation, but this time a mystery!

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September

Not If I See You First offers a delightful change, and the school setting is great for this time of year.

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October

Just in time for Halloween – Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children is perfect for longer evenings in!

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November

As the nights draw in towards Thanksgiving, Simon and the Homo Sapiens Agenda will keep your heart cozy in the cold!

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December

And to finish your year of YA books, another cozy read I adore! Let It Snow is 3 stories perfect for Christmas vacation.

I hope you enjoyed learning about some of my favourite reads!

Have you read any of these? What did you think?

-Beth

May your shelves forever overflow with books! ☽


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