How to Be a Heroine: Or, What I've Learned from Reading too Much by Samantha Ellis
Amy and Roger's Epic Detour by Morgan Matson
The Royal We by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan
I am Having so Much Fun Here Without You by Courtney Maum
The Accidental Bestseller by Wendy Wax
Maid-Sama! v1 & v2
My Youth Romantic Comedy is Wrong as I Expected v1
Everyone's Getting Married v1
Amy and Roger I loved as much as I expected to, crazy west coast kids traipsing around the midsouth. "What's Krystal? omg it's yummy. What's Sonic? omg it's yummy. What's Chick-fil-A? omg it's yummy. What's sweet tea? OMG WHERE HAS THIS BEEN ALL MY LIFE??"
Royal, on the other hand, is one I wanted to like more than I did. I can't root for two main characters to make it work if I don't care about them. By the end, fricking BEA was pretty much the only one I liked. Freddie was fine until.... well, if you read it, you know. I couldn't even finish the Freddie bonus chapter because of that.
So Much Fun was so much not. Oh goodie, another insecure liberal making sure she gets in lots of Bush-bashing, even though this was published six years after he left. And your war protest art installation sounds stupid.
Bestseller fell into that awful trap of trying to be a book about writing a book. Writing about writing gets to be a bit dancing about architecture. See also The Rewrite, while cute, didn't get as deep as it could have.
Hachiman continues to be my spirit animal.