Y'ALL. WHERE DID THIS FREAKING YEAR GO?
Let's just talk about some of the things that have happened: I ordered the PERFECT gift for my family (they're two pillows with maps of our home cities!), the election, I got some articles published to Her Campus (HELL YEAH!). Y'all broke my stats counter with all the visits to the Sex in YA post. That made me way more excited than it should have. I surpassed 1000 followers on Twitter.
The book blogosphere went super passionate over social issues like sexism, rape culture, and sex positivity. The election brought out the fire in people, and I hope we keep it burning these next four years at least. Crossing my fingers for forever.
I made some amazing new friends. I started college. Switched majors. Absorbed a minor. (officially, it's now a Communications, concentration in journalism, with a minor in women's and gender studies)
Oh yeah, and I did that one AMAZING internship at the beginning of the year.
This post is going to be a summation of all those things. I think that frequently, books are as they are presented. In that I mean, judge away. If a book has a cover that's got me like "come hither" that bodes well for it's contents. This has been a fantastic year for books. It's been a lovely year for book covers. While I just did a once over of me, let's get down and dirty with some of my favorite book covers of the year.
Leave a comment telling me the BEST thing that happened to you this year + your FAVORITE cover of 2016.
The Thousandth Floor by Katherine McGee