BOOK REVIEW: 21 Proms Edited by David Levithan and Daniel Ehrenhaft

21 Proms Book Cover 21 Proms
Several authors
Young Adult, Contemporary, Romance

Sometimes the night of your dreams can be a total nightmare.

The prom. It's supposed to be one of the best nights of your life. Or, at least, you're supposed to have a good time. But what if you'd rather be going with your best friend's date than your own? What if a sinister underground society of students has spiked the punch? What if your date turns out to be more of a frog than a prince? Or what if he's (literally) an ape?

There are ways you can fight it. You can protest the silliness of the regular prom by hosting a backwards prom - also known as a morp. You can throw a prom for fat girls. You can stay at home to watch old teen movies and get your cute neighbor and his cuter brother to join you. You can dance to your own music.

Here, 21 of the funniest, most imaginative writers today create their own kind of prom stories. Some are triumphs. Some are disasters. But each one is a night you'll never forget.

My Top 14 Books of 2014

I hope this isn’t a little too late for me to post this! So in 2014 I read so many YA books. I’m a little disappointed because before, I mostly read adult fiction and I only read like 5 adult fiction books last year and I miss reading them now. Bookstagram influenced me to read more YA books so expect that most of the books listed below are YA. Let’s begin naming my Top 14 Books of 2014 (in no particular order)! Read more