**On hiatus** 
What: A monthly post featuring a book tuber!
When: One Thursday every month!
Why: There are so many book tubers on YouTube and I thought it would be nice to highlight them on the blog! After all, book tubers are becoming increasingly more popular and with so many of them out there, it's hard to decide which ones to watch! I'll talk about many favorite tubers and give you a chance to watch their videos!
Book Tuber #1: thereadables
Book Tuber #2: ILoveReading65
Book Tuber #3: elizziebooks 
Book Tuber #4: ChapterChicks
Book Tuber #5: BookRatMisty
What: A weekly feature about old books that I've read and I think you should too!
When: Every Monday!
Why: With so many books coming out each year, everyone wants to get their hands on the newest book! I for one love the old books I've read as well. I wanted to help bring more attention to those books and that is where this feature was introduced. There will include old Young Adult books, Middle Grade books, and even classics! This feature focuses ONLY on YA and Middle Grade books. 
Note: These are not book reviews! 
1) The Giver by Lois Lowry
2) Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson
3) Ella Enchanted by Gail Caroson Levine
4) To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
5) Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson
6) Shiloh (Shiloh #1) by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
**On hiatus** 
What: Posts featuring real and imaginary places that are mentioned in books! 
When: When ever I feel like it! 
Why: My love for traveling came when I began reading. I was able to visit such amazing places from my bedroom and I loved it! So I thought: why not put my love of reading and travel together? Hence, TRAVELING IN YA was born!
1) Paris, France 
2) London, England 
3) Rome, Venice, Verona, Italy 
What: Ever week, I'm going to pick a book that I haven't read from my personal library, read it and review it for you guys! I think this is going to be a lot of fun and I'm really, really excited to see what I come up with.
When: When ever I feel like it! 
Why: I have so many books on my shelves that need to be read so this is the perfect way to do it!

  1. Introduction post
What: I want people to see India as more than just a developing country with dirty streets where cows roam free. India's a beautiful, vast country of different people from all walks of life. All of the major world religions can be found here and India has one of the richest histories of all the countries of the world. 
When: When ever I feel like it! 
Why: I wanted to talk and educate more people about my culture, my first country, and so much more
  1. Introduction post 
What: What it would be like to live in a book. What would happen if I found myself living in one of my favorite books? Regardless of the time period, what would it be like if I lived among my favorite characters and world?
When: When ever I feel like it! 
Why: See the what section!
  1. Jane Eyre 

The Classics Challenge 
In which I give myself until Spring 2017 to read all of the classic books on the page.

Diversify YA Challenge 
In which I want to read at least 1 book every week that has some sort of diversity: Characters from around the world, written by authors of color and LGBYT books.

New Adult Challenge 
In which I want to give "new adult" a chance by reading certain books on my list.