Promote An Author: Is there a particular author you wish got more recognition? Pick one author & tell us why we should read their work.MOLLY RINGLE! MOLLY RINGLE! MOLLY RINGLE! MOLLY RINGLE! MOLLY RINGLE! MOLLY RINGLE! MOLLY RINGLE! MOLLY RINGLE! MOLLY RINGLE! MOLLY RINGLE!
What Scotland Taught Me and Relatively Honest and I LOOOOOOVED both of them. They're both exceed 5 stars♥♥♥♥♥ It's like Molly Ringle came into my mind, saw my vision for the perfect books and she wrote them. For real.
Both What Scotland Taught Me and Relatively Honest are "new adult" books meaning they feature older teens, 17+ years old and out of high school. I absolutely LOVE this! I'm a teen myself (not yet a "new adult" though) and I'm about to graduate from highschool *hopefully* later this year in December. Now your wondering, people don't graduate in December! Well that's because I'm graduating *hopefully* one semester early. Why? I'm ready to move on! I hate being surrounded by the pitiful drama of the majority of 3000+ kids that go to my high school! How does this tie in with the why I love Molly Ringle writing? It's because her books and characters feature older teens, starting college and going on their own, they hold a level of maturity that just cannot be portrayed in most YA books. I always grew up and was raised around people older than me and on top of that, I'm the youngest person in my graduating class AND I'm graduating one semester earlier than them anyways so that just tells you how much more mature I am for my own age so I never really fully enjoyed YA books directed for a younger audience even when I was 13 and now, only 3 years later, I'm reading ADULT contemporary which further coveys how much I'm growing out of YA. But with "new adult" books making a stand, I'm satisfied :D
Not only that though, Molly Ringle's writing is the MOST REALISTIC I have EVER EVER EVER read. Seriously! Her characters (main, supporting and side character and just everyone) are so so believable. They screw up, make mistakes and try to fix them. At time they are annoying and sometime their decisions will piss readers off BUT isn't that true for EVERY SINGLE HUMAN BEING on this earth?
I highly doubt someone met a single person they never got annoyed with. Despite all that though readers will STILL LOVE Molly Ringle characters because again, they're so really they might as well exist. Her characters are not perfect and they're not perfectly imperfectly either! They really try to do their best and mostly have the best at heart. They are real and there is nothing in the world that I love more than that. Her characters will make you truly LAUGH OUT LOUD, they might annoy you but they will also make you feel for them and in the end, your going to wish that your friend with Molly Ringle characters.
I can go on all day about how awesome, funny, real and fan-fucking-tastic Molly Ringle writing is but that will still not convey how much I loved What Scotland Taught Me & Relatively Honest. I pledge that I will read any book that she ever writes! If you're looking for a mature, realistic read than Molly Ringle's What Scotland Taught Me and Relatively Honest are books for you. If not, then just go to B&N and pick a random book from YA shelf. I guarantee you it will have the unrealistic ignorant bubble you might or might not love because god knows there are plenty of those books. (how did I go so bitter?!)
Q: Have you ever looked at book’s cover and thought, This is going to horrible? But, was instead pleasantly surprised? Show us the cover and tell us about the book.
Even though I knew the book was going to be awesome, I still detest the cover of Rules of Attraction by Simone Elkeles. Now I absolutely looooove Simone Elkeles, her book Perfect Chemistry is my all time favorite book EVER but her covers are not the best/: I like how they're hot but Rules of Attraction looks like it's such cheap quality!
This weeks features:
It's SPRING BREAK for me baby!!! Only 11 more weeks of school, 2 months and a half! WHOOP WHOOP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This me:
Can you tell I'm excited? Imagine how many happy gif's you will see in December when I *hopefully* graduate!