This book has recently become one of my top 10 favorite YA contemporaries. It's just so. good. I'd recommend it to anyone and everyone!
It's been a while! This time around, I actually have a recommendation for you, one that I've already read!
While there are a couple more classics I could recommend, I thought today I'd share a standalone I would like to read sometime soon, preferably this year!
It's been a while since I've done this meme! Mostly because I've kind of been struggling to find any standalones I've read, besides classics, but I think I'm fresh out. And then I realized that if I go to the classics, there are only a few I actually like and would recommend. Even so, I haven't featured all of my favorite classics yet, so I'll do those for now!
As I mentioned before, I'm going to have to resort to the classics, as I am quickly running out of standalones that have been published in the last two to three decades. So, for today's standalone, I recommend:
Merry Christmas, my friends! I hope you all are having a wonderful time with family and friends. In honor of this lovely day, I have a special Christmas themed book for you. Even though I don't celebrate Christmas myself, this short story is one of my favorites.
I'm beginning to realize I haven't read many standalone novels...I'm quickly running out of ideas and pretty soon, I'm gonna start recommending classics.
I didn't post anything on both Saturday and Sunday, meaning I didn't post anything for Down the TBR Hole and Standalone Sunday. So here's a post to make up for that!
Standalone Sunday is a feature created by the lovely Megan over @ bookslayerReads where each Sunday you share a standalone book (a book not part of a series) that you loved or would like to recommend! Please be sure to check out Megan’s wonderful blog to see her original post and recommendations. And be sure to check around the blogosphere for more posts like this!