This is me after hearing about One Day at a Time's cancellation:
(Anyone else mourning?
Well, to help tide us over until we can find the next best thing to binge-watch, Bustle put together a list of read-alikes, and we have several of them! (And I've added a few more, too.)
I read these two mysteries back to back, and despite the fact that they were published around the same time, they are actually pretty different. Let's see how they handle it when forced into a face-off.
With 2019 upon us, I leave you with an exciting adventure story, to take with you on your adventure into 2019. What was your favorite adventure-y read of 2019?
I absolutely loved Ship It! It hit me right in the feels! Which fandom book made you squee this year?
Even if you're not between the ages of 10 and 13 doesn't mean you can't read and enjoy books written for this age group! Did you read a book written for middle schoolers this year? Did you like it? Why or why not?