Hey girls, gays, and theys! I am so excited to finally be posting again, and it is even with an actual book review! I have been MIA for the last year and a half or so because I have been trying to finish my degree, and I am excited to let you all know that … Continue reading The Art of Saving the World by Corinne Duyvis | REVIEW & DISCUSSION
Hey, guys! I am super excited to talk about all the books I ended up reading this Fall season, all of which I read for my British Women Writers and Young Adult Literature courses. I just don't have time to read books for pleasure during the semester because of the sheer amount I have to … Continue reading Fall Reading Wrap Up
Hey, guys! I am super excited to talk about the incredible love story of Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth Schuyler. Many of you probably don't know this, but I have been obsessed with Hamilton for years and one of these days I will be seeing the Broadway show, even if the original cast is no longer … Continue reading Alex & Eliza by Melissa de la Cruz | REVIEW & DISCUSSION
Hey, guys! I am super excited to talk about all of the books I read in July and August. There are no books included in June because I did not read a single book that month. I was insanely busy. I was working forty hours a week, I got a cat, I went on vacation, … Continue reading Summer Reading Wrap Up!
Hey, guys! I am excited to finally be posting a blog post for the first time in almost three months. My life has been so hectic so I haven't had time to really do anything. But The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian was so good! I absolutely loved it, and I think it … Continue reading The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie | REVIEW & DISCUSSION
Hey, guys! I am excited to talk about a book I have always wanted to read, which is Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins. Unfortunately, I was left pretty disappointed with the book, but I still think its a fun and enjoyable read. I just think it's not really for my age demographic or what I … Continue reading Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins | REVIEW & DISCUSSION
Hey, guys! I am super excited to talk about a book I absolutely adored, which is How to Make a Wish by Ashley Herring Blake. This is a young adult novel that features two girls, one queer and the other bisexual, who find themselves drawn to one another through the lines of grief and loneliness. … Continue reading How to Make a Wish by Ashley Herring Blake | REVIEW & DISCUSSION
Hey, guys! I am super excited to talk about all of the books I read in the month of May! May was a little bit insane with finals and my brother's graduation so its a miracle I read any of these books honestly. June was equally crazy because I was going on vacation, I got … Continue reading May Reading Wrap Up!
Hey, guys! I am super excited to talk about Gaby Dunn and Allison Raskin's debut novel, I Hate Everyone But You. This is a book that examines friendship, sexuality and mental illness. I really ended up enjoying it! I mostly read this via audiobook, which I highly recommend. This book is uniquely told through email … Continue reading I Hate Everyone But You by Gaby Dunn and Allison Raskin | REVIEW & DISCUSSION
Hey, guys! I am so excited to talk about a book I read for my pop culture course at University. This book is a historical fiction novel that is set mainly in America and covers the timeline of the war prior to the US getting involved, during the war whenever they joined, and the aftermath … Continue reading The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay by Michael Chabon | REVIEW & DISCUSSION