We Should All be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Paraphrased from Goodreads What does “feminism” mean today? With humor and levity, here Adichie offers readers a unique definition of feminism for the twenty-first century—one rooted in inclusion and awareness. She shines a light not only on blatant discrimination, but also the more insidious, institutional behaviors that … Continue reading Mini review: We Should All Be Feminists
Woman of the Month is a feature on my blog where each month I highlight a woman in the world who I think garners recognition. I started this mainly to increase Girl Power and empowerment, and because there's a lot of women I feel are overlooked and I wanted to bring attention to them. This … Continue reading Woman of the Month: Edie Windsor
Find out more about Thursday’s Top 4 here! It’s basically a meme I started mainly for myself, but anyone can participate! Visit this page for the upcoming topics This week’s topic is books you immediately had to read.
Find more about T5W here! This week’s topic is Books You've Read Because of Blogging. I read a bunch of books this summer because of blogging, so this is a great topic! Read A Darker Shade of Magic by VE Schwab I rated this 4/5 stars! I really enjoyed the plot, characters, and world building! One … Continue reading Top Five Wednesday: Books You’ve Read Because of Blogging
This tag was created by Ariel Bisset on her Youtube channel here and I was tagged by Camila @ Ink Drops Books! Thanks again so much for the nomination! I had a lot of fun doing this tag 🙂
Thank you very much to Rachel and Darque Dreamer for the nomination! They have wonderful blogs, so everyone please go check them out! They have very different tastes in books, but I always enjoy their posts! Sorry this took so long to get to! The Rules Thank the person who nominated you and link back to their … Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Award!
I see a lot of posts about superficial things that draw people to books. Almost always, it's the cover. But I think titles are just as important. There are some books that I read simply because the title caught my attention. Sometimes the books were a let down, sometimes they were really great. I thought … Continue reading Discussion: book titles
I generally try to keep my Goodreads lists to a minimum, but I have one for my top TBRs, the ones I want to read ASAP. I generally try to keep it below 20 books, as I feel like that's achievable. So I thought it'd be fun to go through my books on there and … Continue reading My top TBRs #1
I saw this tag on Rachel's blog and really enjoyed reading her answers! We all know that I like unpopular opinions, so I thought this would be perfect! A popular book or book series that you didn’t like. All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven. I'm SORRY but I hate Finch and I just couldn't … Continue reading Tag Tuesday: Unpopular Opinions Book Tag
Even though I participate in giving Monthly Recommendations, I thought I would start my own where every few weeks I give recommendations for a specific topic. This month I'm doing books for young or new activists. These are books that I think everyone who considers themselves an activist and wants to be better read in … Continue reading Book recommendations for: young or new activists
I recently reached 150 followers and decided to do a Q+A to celebrate! Thank you to everyone who asked me questions and liked that post! As this post goes live, I'm writing the LSAT for the second time so wish me luck!! Most of the posts for the past 2 weeks have been previously scheduled, … Continue reading 150 follower Q+A!!
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern Paraphrased from Goodreads The circus arrives without warning. No announcements precede it, no paper notices plastered on lampposts and billboards. It is simply there, when yesterday it was not. Within these nocturnal black-and-white striped tents awaits an utterly unique, a feast for the senses, where one can get lost … Continue reading Book review: the Night Circus