2017 is almost over, and that means it's time to round up the best YA books of the year! Here are my selections. As always, please note that I have not read every YA book released in 2017--that would be impossible even for me, haha--and that this is all a matter of opinion. I will see you again in 2018. Tell me in the comments what your favorite books of 2017 are!
As this very difficult year comes to a close, it's time to review the TV shows and movies that came out! Here are my thoughts on the ones that I viewed from 2017. There are a lot of them--I've gotten more involved in TV and movies since 2015, when I last did this kind of post. (Major spoilers are marked and hidden.)
*Long post ahoy*
Supergirl Season 2, Part 2 (TV-PG)
I've been a reluctant viewer of Supergirl ever since the show started. To me, it's always seemed clunky--I'm especially bothered by their excessive focus on Supergirl being a girl and by Kara's lack of journalistic skills. I also honestly don't like any of the characters, except for Lena Luthor. Martian Manhunter is one of my fave DC heroes, so I'm really saddened by my dislike for him in this show. Ultimately, this season of Supergirl, with all its focus on Mon-El, just didn't click with me. I ended up deciding not to continue watching Supergirl. A clear thumbs down for me. I didn't really enjoy any of the episodes.
Today, because I have nothing better to do, I'm going to share with you a bunch of potato-themed posts. Enjoy!
Because the cover for my next "Waiting On" Wednesday has still not been revealed, I'm going on a temporary Wednesday hiatus. Until the cover is up, I'll be posting on Tuesdays only. So I'll see you again next week!
We're still waiting on the cover for my next "Waiting On" Wednesday, so today, I'm updating you on what's been going on with my health since I went to Mayo Clinic, back in late July/early August.
*A one year update (August 2018) can also be found here.*
When I got back from Mayo Clinic, I was already noticing some improvement. I'd realized, during their fibromyalgia/CFS seminar, that I had been exercising too much for my body to handle in its current condition. While at Mayo Clinic, I didn't exercise at all, and by the time I got home, my tremors and loss of balance had pretty much vanished. This was, of course, a big relief, and it made walking a lot easier. Evidently, my body's response to the overexertion was to respond with those neurological symptoms.
I'm an unpublished novelist, primarily of YA fantasy, working towards my MLIS degree. I love psychology, cats, social justice, and love! I'm also a huge fangirl. Basically, stories are my life.
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