Happy Saturday, everyone! Today I'm starting a new series and I'm super excited for it. A little while ago, Bella @ All Things Annabelle commented something along the lines of "I'd love to know what's on your best-of-the-best shelf on Goodreads!" and it gave me the idea for this series. Essentially, every other week, I'll be … Continue reading Goodreads Bookshelf Tour: intro
Happy Friday, friends! Today, I'm talking about magical realism. Personally, I tend to really enjoy magical realism. I’ve always been intrigued by the idea that there is some sort of magic in our world, we just don’t know it (or most of us don’t know it). But magical realism doesn’t always work for me. I’ve … Continue reading Magical realism: when does it work and when does it not?
Happy Wednesday, friends! Today I'm talking about some of the books on my TBR list with the fewest ratings. I thought this could be interesting to see which books I have on there, and maybe talk about why I want to read them even though they have so few ratings. For this, I only did … Continue reading Books with the fewest ratings on my to-read list
Happy Tuesday, pals and gals! Today I'm doing a kind of anticipated releases post, I guess. I almost never do these posts because I'm the literal worst at following releases and never know when books are being published or when authors are writing new books. But, there are some being published soon that I'm super … Continue reading Some books that need to be published ASAP as possible
Hello friends and fellow meme lovers! A few weeks ago on Twitter (go follow me!), I asked y'all for your favourite memes. And y'all did not disappoint. There were some good memes. So today, I'm giving recommendations based on those memes! This was a lot harder than I thought, but also a lot of fun. … Continue reading Recommendations based on your favourite memes!
The Lonely Hearts Hotel by Heather O’Neil From Goodreads Two babies are abandoned in a Montreal orphanage in the winter of 1910. Before long, their talents emerge: Pierrot is a piano prodigy; Rose lights up even the dreariest room with her dancing and comedy. As they travel around the city performing clown routines, the children … Continue reading The Lonely Hearts Hotel review
Happy Thursday, everyone! Welcome to this week's Thursday Discussion. Essentially, this is a biweekly meme where you write a post based on the prompt for that week. The post can be as long or as short as you want, and you can talk about as much or as little as you want. Visit this page … Continue reading Thursday discussion: books I want everyone to read
Happy Wednesday, pals! Today, I thought I'd do a wrap-up of my summer reading. I start class today, so summer is officially over for me. So we're going to go over all the books I read since my last reading wrap-up. (📚) = owned prior to 2019 (📖) = on TBR prior to 2019 (🎶) … Continue reading Summer reading wrap-up
Happy Tuesday, friends! Today I'm doing the Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt Tag. Thanks to Nicki @ The Secret Library for tagging me to do this fun tag! And shoutout to my sister for helping me with this tag, you da best. I'm not sure where this tag originated from, but please let me know if you … Continue reading Tag Tuesday: the Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt Tag
Happy Monday, friends! August is over, which means that this round of Read-a-thin is also over! For those of you who don't know, Read-a-thin is a read-a-thon based around reading books on your TBR. You can find more about it on their Twitter page here! I joined super last minute because I had fallen into … Continue reading Read-a-thin wrap-up
August is over and where is the time going! I'm writing this as 12:01 am because I didn't realise it was the end of August lmao Books Read The Most Dangerous Place on Earth by Lindsey Lee Johnson: 4 stars Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggie Stiefvater: 4 stars Columbine by Dave Cullen: 4 stars … Continue reading August wrap-up
So here’s the thing: whenever I’m reading a book (or watching TV or a movie or whatever) and there is a female character, I automatically cringe and wait. I prepare myself for the shitty female character we’re about to get. Either she’s a super annoying airhead or she’s ~not like other girls~. And if we … Continue reading Books in every genre with good female representation + why it’s important