Here are a few fun YA fiction books to help ease you back into the school groove.
By trying and failing, you’ll find your definition of happiness change to one of choice, not circumstance.
This book illustrates the reality of the Gilded Age, the dust and ashes beneath the glimmer and gold.
Your happiness is directly proportional to your social interactions.
The plot weaves together disparate voices into a surprisingly melodious chorus.
It’s those little, healthy habits that keep you going even in the midst of depression.
Change is scary, but it’s not the end of your world.
These might be my top 10 YA fantasy (for the moment), but there are so many good ones.
“As we lose ourselves in the service of others, we discover our own lives and our own happiness.”
The sheer lack of anything positive in the plot and intentionally obscure writing makes me wonder why I bothered reading it.
I think what I love most about the series is the theme of personal choice and responsibility, that our choices, more than the choices of others, shape our futures.
This flatbread is amazeballs; it’s cooking magic.