Recommendations

Recommendations for Your Reading Rush TBR

Am I only doing a recommendation post and not a TBR one for this readathon because I'm terrible at TBRs and they stress me out? Yes. But that's not important right now. If you don't know what The Reading Rush is, it's a week-long readathon—from July 22nd to the 28th—previously titled BookTubeAThon. The hosts (Ariel… Continue reading Recommendations for Your Reading Rush TBR

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Blogging

7 Books I Need to Read Before School Kills Me: Mystery Edition // An Undercover Rant About School

School starts in three weeks for me, and I am not ready in the slightest. I'd rather stay home and sleep and read and do literally anything that doesn't involve me being there. 100% serious. And in honor of that, why not make a list of books I'd like to read before I have to… Continue reading 7 Books I Need to Read Before School Kills Me: Mystery Edition // An Undercover Rant About School

Author Interviews, LGBTQIAP+

An Author Interview With Phil Stamper, On The Gravity of Us // Space Intrigue, Gays, + More

Hi! Today, I'm here with an interview with Phil Stamper, debut author of The Gravity of Us! I'm so excited for this book to release. It's everything I ever wanted and uGH I need it now. And also possibly one of my most anticipated 2020 releases?? Adfghjkghjk. Here's some info about the book: (THE COVER… Continue reading An Author Interview With Phil Stamper, On The Gravity of Us // Space Intrigue, Gays, + More

Life Wrap-ups, Monthly Stuff

June 2019 Life Wrap-Up (+ April and May) // Pride Month, Florida, Full Body Tics Disrupting My Sleep (only half-joking), and More

Hi! Today I'm here with all the stuff that occurred in my life in June. Also April . . . and May . . . because I'm lazy. But we won't talk about that. So, I don't really want to dwell on the April and May events a lot, because those months seemed like ages… Continue reading June 2019 Life Wrap-Up (+ April and May) // Pride Month, Florida, Full Body Tics Disrupting My Sleep (only half-joking), and More

Monthly Stuff, Reading Wrap-Ups

June 2019 Reading Wrap-up + Library Haul // 2 New Favorites, and Me Rereading Something for Once

I'm pretty satisfied with what I read in June: as the title says, I found new favorites, and I reread a book for the first time (which is also a long-time favorite of mine). I did fail my TBR for Pride Month though—while three out of the five books I read featured LGBTQ+ protagonists, only… Continue reading June 2019 Reading Wrap-up + Library Haul // 2 New Favorites, and Me Rereading Something for Once

Disability, LGBTQIAP+, POC, Reviews

Queens of Geek by Jen Wilde // Fandom, Friendship, and a Whole Lot of Fun

This is actually my first review on this blog! I'd been considering making one for a while now, but now is the time, I suppose. Well, anyway, let's get into the review. synopsis Three friends, two love stories, one convention: this fun, feminist love letter to geek culture is all about fandom, friendship, and finding… Continue reading Queens of Geek by Jen Wilde // Fandom, Friendship, and a Whole Lot of Fun

Monthly Stuff, Reading Wrap-Ups

May 2019 Reading Wrap-up // What Even Was May

I read 4 books in May (though one of them a short story), and though this wasn't a particularly bad reading month, I don't have the slightest idea as to what even happened. But, here are the books I read. representation key: ownvoices : ☂ poc : 🌹lgbtqiap+ : 🌈mental health + disability : 🌸 the… Continue reading May 2019 Reading Wrap-up // What Even Was May

LGBTQIAP+, Monthly Stuff, TBRs

🌈 My Pride Month TBR 🌈

Hi! I'm very thrilled to be writing this right now, because in this I'll be listing the books I'll be reading this June, which is Pride Month! (Well, obviously.) There's so many good books in here I'd like to read, and I can't wait to get to all of them! So, before I digress (And… Continue reading 🌈 My Pride Month TBR 🌈

Monthly Stuff, Reading Wrap-Ups

April 2019 Reading Wrap-up (In Other Words, Me Binging Contemporaries)

So, I read four books in the month of April! That's nowhere near my goal of ten, but I'm still happy, considering I only read two (and a webcomic) in February. But anyway, here are the books I read! representation key:ownvoices : ☂ lgbtqiap+ : 🌈poc :🌹mental health + disability : 💮 the pros of… Continue reading April 2019 Reading Wrap-up (In Other Words, Me Binging Contemporaries)