Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Tell Me Tuesday #25

Tell me Tuesday is a weekly feature that where you talk about what you are currently reading and what you have on deck!  Let's begin, shall we?


I'm just about to finish up this one.  It is kind of silly if you stop to really think of it, but it is compulsively readable and a lot of fun.
The Falconer (The Falconer, #1)

I'm almost half way through the audiobook of this one.  I really like it.  I wasn't a social outcast like Elise, but some of her yearning and feelings of insecurity I could definitely relate to as a teen. (Although as a parent, I'm horrified she sneaks out every Thursday to DJ at a bar, haha)
This Song Will Save Your Life

Kaylee and I are two chapters in on this one.  So far, I like it quite a bit and Kaylee loves that it includes Tinkerbell.
In a Blink (Disney Fairies: Never Girls #1)   

I'm sort of randomly picking this review book to read.  I'm so behind on review books, considering this came out 2 years ago!
Transparent (Transparent, #1)



  1. I keep telling some of the teen bloggers that many of the things they think are cool in some of the YA Contemporaries are going to horrify them as parents. Ha! I really hope I have a granddaughter because after Sebastian turned six reading books about Tinkerbell, and the like, were a no go. He has promised me that if he doesn't have a girl he will adopt one. I even have all nephews. Counting the ex's family, too! I am not all that girly myself, but sometimes you just need Tinkerbell, a tutu, and a tea party. Thanks for TMTing! My TMT post is finally up and you are linked. :)

    1. Right? Being an adult reader (and especially a parent reader) definitely contradicts a lot of my feelings on YA. This Song Will Save Your Life is a perfect example. I am completely understand Elise's feelings, but as a parent I am horrified by some of the things that happen. Especially how ineffectual the adults are...not necessarily because they won't help, but in a lot of instances they can't. Gah.



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