11 Most Banned Books of 2018

On April 8th, the beginning of National Library Week, the American Library Association released their list of the top eleven banned books in 2018.

Naturally Tan

Tan France, one of the five stars of the new Netflix reboot of Queer Eye, talks his upbringing, his style, and his journey to fame in his new memoir out this May: Naturally Tan.

Red,White & Royal Blue

I got my hands on an electronic ARC of one of the most anticipated books of Spring: Red, White & Royal Blue.

Drama

In my effort to expand my horizons this year, I’m trying to read more poetry and more graphic novels.

Author Spotlight: Adam Silvera

In honor of the release of What If It’s Us by YA King and Queen Adam Silvera and Becky Albertalli, I wanted to spotlight Adam Silvera.

People Kill People

I absolutely LOVE Ellen Hopkins’ book, particularly her YA verse books, and so I was over the moon when my #bookishwish was granted and an ARC of People Kill People showed up on my door step!

Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue

Henry Montague, known as Monty, really got the whipping from his dad when he was expelled from Eton, but now he’s convinced his parents to let him do his “tour” of the continent

What If It’s Us?

The King and Queen of Contemporary YA, Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera, have teamed up to create the gay NYC love story you didn’t know you needed.

The Book of Essie

The daughter of a televised evangelical family discovers she’s pregnant and finally takes control of her crazy life with the unlikely allies of a local baseball player and a journalist with her own dark past.

People Like Us

Dana Mele tackles the politics and pridefulness of all girls boarding schools, murder, questions of guilt and innocence, and more in People Like Us