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!