First third mini reviews

Hello, everyone! Because I suck at reviewing, have barely written a full review in what feels like months, and have a backlog of reviews dozens of books long, I thought I’d start doing periodic mini reviews of the books I have yet to review. If, while writing these reviews, I have a lot to say, … Continue reading First third mini reviews

Three non-fiction mini reviews

Hello everyone, I hope all is well! Today I'm reviewing three non-fiction books I read recently: Hunger by Roxane Gay, Text Me When You Get Home by Kayleen Schaefer, and Heart Berries by Terese Marie Mailhot. Hunger: a memoir of (my) body by Roxane Gay: 5 stars I cannot say enough good things about this book. I … Continue reading Three non-fiction mini reviews

Book review: Conversations with Friends

Conversations with Friends by Sally Rooney From Goodreads Frances is twenty-one years old, cool-headed, and darkly observant. A college student and aspiring writer, she devotes herself to a life of the mind--and to the beautiful and endlessly self-possessed Bobbi, her best friend and comrade-in-arms. Lovers at school, the two young women now perform spoken-word poetry … Continue reading Book review: Conversations with Friends

2019 mini audiobook reviews + what works for me in audiobooks

Hi friends! In 2019, I began listening to audiobooks and learned what I like in audiobooks and what works for me. I managed to listen to eight audiobooks, four of which were the Raven Cycle series, which I reviewed here! But today, I wanted to review the other four books I read, some of which … Continue reading 2019 mini audiobook reviews + what works for me in audiobooks

Series review: The Flappers

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