My lack of interest with YA
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I have a confession.
I have not been reading YA for a long time. The only YA novels that I have read for the start of 2015 is the first two books of the Legend Trilogy, after that? All NA books.
Its not really bad per se, but to me, I quickly became tired of the usual NA, and if this continues, I’m sure that I will be ending up with a reading slump, or a rereading slump as I would like to call it. First let me explain to you guys how I started to not read YA so much.
You see after seeing all of the books I reviewed, I noticed that for almost the whole part of 2013, most of the books that I’ve read were all YA. There wasn’t a big variation of books that I read (much to my dismay and disappointment with myself), and for the next year, it has become a mix of YA and NA, and now I think I am having the same problem as 2013. Almost all of the books I read lately are NA, and honestly I am getting frustrated by it.
|Dont know what to dooooo|
Truth is, I have grown tired of some YA novels, I guess its because I read books that are almost always the same, I seem to always miss the good ones, if you check out my ratings almost all of them are in the middle ground. My most favourites were very few, and I wanted to remedy that this year. I need help guys, I need to be able to motivate my reading spirit to love and crave YA again. Because reading too much NA is getting into my head, and I think I am more emotional lately because of it haha.
|perfect illustration of my situation|
Jess and the guy in the back are my friends
Do you have a YA novel you would love to recommend to me? Something that just wowed you? Something that made you speechless? Something that made you cry? Something that made you swwooooned so much? Give to me!! I need these suggestions! :D