I know, I know, THIS IS LATE. I'm pretty sure that even though I said I was back... i just kinda... forgot??? to blog?? (don't hate me pls). SO HELLO, RARE CREATURE THAT STILL READS MY POSTS!! I'm SO aware that I've been super distant from everyone on here recently and I feel SO bad… Continue reading November Wrap Up: Where I’ve Been (I’m Alive I Promise!!), Books, College Life, NaNo (SNIPPETS GALORE!) and More!
beware, as usual, this "discussion" gets pretty ranty and shouty. you're welcome. IT'S PRIDE MONTH!! YASSSSSS! BUT. STILL. I HAVE A POINT TO MAKE!! AND, WHAT BETTER TIME??? I know, I think it's been.. a literal AGE since the last part of this series came out, but HEY HO. It's fine. The estimated release date… Continue reading Coming-Out-Series (P4): Is LGBTQIA+ Rep In YA Books Varied Enough? Ft. Pride Month Screamings(!!)
I have decided to reveal my face... dun. dun. duuuunnnnnnn: oh no, wait, sorry. that's just salt. one in the same, you know???????? "Why are you salty???" I hear you wail. Well: I've had 9/24 exams. I STILL have exams left. I've got a week off but I'm spending that revising for the next exams.… Continue reading The 20 Questions Book Tag: Look Who Has No Inspiration For A Post ft. Snarky Responses, Salt, Pretty Covers + Screaming.
If you somehow missed my recent screamings, I'm queer. And here's [finally] the second part of the queer-series thing I've stared (there may be more). Are you ready for your TBRs to be broken? Are you ready for me to yell about all the books that I have ZERO time to read*, yet DESPERATELY need… Continue reading Coming-Out-Series (P2): LGBT+ Themed Books of 2018 And Recent LBGT+ Reads (I.E. I Flail And Break All Our TBRs)
I adore negative reviews and I cherish them with nearly all my heart. . . . . . the other portion goes towards cherishing cake. . . like that's even a surprise tho. (also go me for not blogging in like a... week? year? month? I think it’s been a week??) I think that negative… Continue reading Bookish Discussion: The Importance Of Negative Reviews & Why We Should Cherish Them Ft. Protecting Books With All Our Being(??)
So January was like a turtle (so slow)... so obviously February had to be the hare (so damn fast, slow down). I’m not happy about how fast the year is moving already. Can it please slow down? My diddy lil' legs can’t keep up. books i read: I promise I read more than two books,… Continue reading February Wrap-Up: Lamingtons(!!), Showmen, Actual Reading(??) + 1200 FOLLOWERS?
Watch me as I trash one of my favourite things in bitterness... I GET IT. IT'S NOT VALENTINES DAY ANYMORE. BUT I'M STILL BITTER. If I’m honest, romance right now can just burn. Literally. Set it on bonfire fire -- right in the middle. Throw it into a forest fire. Add it to a firework then… Continue reading HUGE RANT: Romance Tropes That Need To Burn In A Firey Pit ft. Picky Book Blogger Pettiness.
I'm totally not bitter that I'm all alone this Valentine's... pfttt. Jk I've got MULTIPLE YA husbands... Okay, so I'm not doing one of those smushy-feelings-y-posts on Valentine's Day... I'm far too bitter and untrusting for all that kind of emotion* Anyways. So firstly I'd like to link back to Sam's post because she did… Continue reading Diversity Discussion: Why Better Body Image (+other rep) In Books Will Help You Love YOURSELF This Valentine’s Day.
Taking a break from my highly opinionated posts. . . Today I will be discussing the beauty of whims. Whimsical writing is by far my favourite writing styles, but reading on a whim? EVEN BETTER, yet, I hardly pick up books on a complete whim anymore, but recently, I've started to do it more!! Kristin did a post a while… Continue reading Why We Should Read On Whims ft. Marvellous Books I’ve Read Via Whim.
Here I am, talking about whether I should be talking about diversity or not. mY NerVEs ARe tHe oPpOSiTe oF cOLleCted rIGht NOw. They're scattered across the universe. Diversity is like,, the toughest thing for me to talk about because I feel that since I am not a PoC, or from minorities, or part of… Continue reading Diversity in YA: Should We Comment If We’re Not Diverse? Ft. Opinions.