Adult Fiction Books For Young Adult Fans

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If you love reading YA books, but you’re also looking to expand your reading tastes, you are just in the right place! Or you might feel like you have outgrown the YA genre somewhat, but you don’t really know where to start when it comes to adult books. Either way, I understand you perfectly and that’s why I came up with this list of adult fiction books that can appeal to readers that aren’t quite familiar to the genre and they can also ease your transition from young adult books to adult books if that’s what you want. There is no better time to get into a new genre than right now as we have more time to read due to the current state of our world. Hopefully, you will be able to do just that with the books that I’m recommending right now!

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The Social Media Tag

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Hey, lovelies! I was tagged by Kat @Life and Other Disasters, who was kind enough to mention me in her original post, she’s a cutie and I love her so much, check out her blog, guys and give her some love!

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RULES

  • Thank the person who tagged you.
  • Choose a blog or blogger per category and explain why you chose them.
  • Tag others to do this (up to you how many)

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Everything You Should Know About ARCs

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Hello, everyone! You know how I’ve written not so long ago a post about reading slumps, well I figured out that I could also write ARCs 101 and I’m going to try to make a detailed post about everything you should know when it comes to Advance Review Copies from what they are, how you can get them, the pros and cons of them and so much more. Stick with me, hope it’s going to be a fun ride!

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Reading Slumps 101

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Hey, everyone! I’m back with a post about the most cruel thing in the bookish world – a reading slump. I will try to explain what a reading slump is, how you can spot it (AND DESTROY IT), maybe prevent it and some tips on how to break this awful curse.

According to Urban Dictionary, a reading slump is a reader’s worst nightmare. While it’s not the most detailed definition, I would say it’s pretty accurate.

A reading slump is basically the inability to read. You can’t read books and it’s not because the book is too slow-paced or you dislike the characters and are unable to finish it, it’s just because you’re not capable to read. This time it’s not the book, it’s you. Sorry. It’s one of the most frustrating feeling in the world because if you’re a blogger or a very committed reader, then you most probably WANT/NEED to read, but you just can’t.

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The 2nd Annual Book Blogger Awards

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Hey, everyone! This post will be dedicated to all my favourite bloggers and hopefully to you discovering them all and giving them some well-deserved appreciationg as well!

Guess what? There’s a book blogger award event going on – something that I had no idea about and you can still nominate people until the end of the month. Amazing, isn’t it?

Joce @ Write Through the Night created the awards, which is a great idea! I absolutely love it since we spread positivity and love all around, yay!

Now onto my nominations!!!

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