April TBR: Autism Acceptance Month

April is Autism Acceptance Month, so make sure to support and uplift actually autistic creators! I’m planning to make a book recommendations post, so hopefully I’ll be able to post that during this month. I especially want to focus on reading some books with autism representation this month, so that’s what I’m dedicating part of… Continue Reading →

100+ Books by Trans & Non-Binary Authors

Today I’m bringing you recommendations of books by trans and non-binary authors as part of a collaborative project! In my post, you’ll find 15 recommendations, and below, I’ll link the posts of the other participants so you can get over 100 recommendations in total! A.J. Sass – Ana on the Edge Twelve-year-old Ana-Marie Jin, the… Continue Reading →

Gastpost Doreen Hendrikx

Vandaag mag ik een gastpost met jullie delen om de aankomende release van Zout van Doreen Hendrikx te vieren, nadat ik eerder al de cover reveal mocht doen voor dit boek! Doreen vertelt in deze post over haar recente autisme- en ADHD-diagnosis en hoeveel daarvan (onbewust) is doorgesijpeld in de hoofdpersoon van Zout. Ik mocht… Continue Reading →

April Wrap-up

In April, I’ve continued my streak of reading more than I’ve ever read before. I read 47 books in total, and no, I don’t know how I keep doing this either. My top 5 of the month (in no particular order) is: More to the Story by Hena Khan, Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams, You Deserve… Continue Reading →

Most Anticipated March Releases

A little late this month, as I haven’t felt like blogging for most of the month, but I still wanted to share the March releases I’m the most excited about! Aiden Thomas – Lost in the Never Woods When children go missing in the small coastal town of Astoria, people look to Wendy for answers…. Continue Reading →

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