I’ve been in a manga mood lately, and thanks to Tiktok my to-read list is full of recommendations to try. I love shoujo manga, mostly set in high schools because I like to live through these kinds of stories. Most of them feature cute romances, and also wholesome friendships. I’m also watching anime again and I might make a post of the anime I will be watching from the current season.
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One thing the quarantine has brought me, besides more time with my cats and craving to bake, is books. I know I’m not the only one that has gotten a little buy crazy these last few months and has gotten maybe more books than planned or financially advised. For me specially has been Kindle books, I’ve gotten so many! Thankfully I’m more a fan of the Today Only and deals from Amazon Kindle or else my bank account would really be crying.
Due to border restriction international shipping has been really hard, so getting physical books has been a nightmare (Just recently got some books I ordered since the beginning of March!). But that has not stopped me and I have some book mail on the way to my overstuffed shelf.
But as the title says, we will center on my Kindle purchases for now.
Continue reading “[Book Haul] 20 Kindle Books I’ve Bought During Quarantine”
young adult fiction | LGBTQ | romance
Summary:Taylor Garland’s good looks have earned her the admiration of everyone in her small town. She’s homecoming queen, the life of every party, and she’s on every boy’s most-wanted list.People think Taylor is living the dream, and assume she’ll stay in town and have kids with the homecoming king–maybe even be a dental hygienist if she’s super ambitious. But Taylor is actually desperate to leave home, and she hates the smell of dentists’ offices. Also? She’s completely in love with her best friend, Susan.
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Senior year is almost over, and everything seems perfect. Now Taylor just has to figure out how to throw it all away.