Happy Friday, friends! And happy December! It's almost Christmas (and finals, but we're ignoring that), so today I thought I'd talk about some of the books on my Christmas wishlist. Before we get into it, I wanted to say that I'm very blessed and fortunate that I'm able to ask for and receive many books … Continue reading Christmas wishlist!
The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton From Goodreads Camellia Beauregard is a Belle. In the opulent world of Orléans, Belles are revered, for they control Beauty, and Beauty is a commodity coveted above all else. In Orléans, the people are born gray, they are born damned, and only with the help of a Belle and her … Continue reading Book review: The Belles
Hi pals and gals, happy Friday! I hope you've been having a great week so far. I love talking about my favourite books, obviously. And I've talked about them a ton, so I feel like it's pretty obvious what my favourite books are. So, I thought today, I'd try a bit of a different but … Continue reading You guess my favourite books!
Happy Monday, everyone! I hope you had a great weekend! Today, I thought I would recommend some queer books, as well as talk about some queer books on my TBR. As you likely know, June was pride. But, I think it's important that we read queer books all the time, not just in a designated … Continue reading Some queer book recommendations because even though pride might be over, reading queer books never is
Hello, friends and foe! I hope all is well. Today, I'm doing the Mid Year Freak Out Tag! I saw everyone doing this tag a couple of weeks ago and was feeling left out, so I decided to hop on the bandwaggon two weeks later and do it myself (I actually wrote this a while … Continue reading Mid Year Freak Out Tag: 2020 edition
Happy Monday, gals and pals! A couple of weeks ago, I gave some recommendations based on emojis you gave me. I went to Twitter to beg for help with another blog post, and y'all gave me some emojis to give recommendations for. I got a ton of responses, so thank you so much to everyone … Continue reading Recommendations based on emojis (part two)
Hello, friends and fellow book lovers! As some of you may know, I just finished my second year of law school. By this point, most of my friends and I have a pretty decent idea of the types of law we're interested in. I had a kind of dumb idea for a blog post, which … Continue reading Recommendations based on the type of law my friends want to go into
Hello, friends and book lovers! Today I thought I'd hop on the tier ranking trend and tier rank all of the series I've read. I'm not much of a series reader, if you hadn't noticed by now. I tend to enjoy standalones more. Because of that, I haven't read a ton of series, and I've … Continue reading Tier ranking all of the series I’ve read
The Flappers by Jillian Larkin Synopsis for Vixen (from Goodreads) Every girl wants what she can’t have. Seventeen-year-old Gloria Carmody wants the flapper lifestyle—and the bobbed hair, cigarettes, and music-filled nights that go with it. Now that she’s engaged to Sebastian Grey, scion of one of Chicago’s most powerful families, Gloria’s party days are over … Continue reading Series review: The Flappers
Hello friends and fellow book lovers! I hope you are having a wonderful holiday season. Today I am doing my Christmas book haul. I was fortunate enough to receive a lot of books this Christmas (as well as give a couple books I also wanted to read). I received all of the books on my … Continue reading Christmas book haul! 🎄
Hello, pals and gals! Today I'm back with another ramble/discussion. Today, I'm talking about some feelings of superiority in the online book community and how it manifests in the community's reaction to the Goodreads Choice awards. Also, this is in no way to defend the Goodreads Choice awards. I think there are a ton of … Continue reading Some musings on superiority in the online book community and the Goodreads Choice awards
Columbine by Dave Cullen From Goodreads What really happened April 20, 1999? The horror left an indelible stamp on the American psyche, but most of what we "know" is wrong. It wasn't about jocks, Goths, or the Trench Coat Mafia. Dave Cullen was one of the first reporters on scene, and spent ten years on … Continue reading Book review: Columbine