Recommendations: #TransDayofVisibility

Happy Trans Day of Visibility to all other trans and/or non-binary people!  It's my first time celebrating this day since I've realized I'm non-binary myself, and I wanted to pay attention to this by recommending a lot of books by and/or about trans & non-binary people. I’ll be giving you 20 recommendations, divided in 4... Continue Reading →

Ultimate Comfort Reads Rec List!

Aside from a recommendations post, this is a check-in post. How are you dealing with this pandemic? Let me know how you're feeling! It feels like the world is upside down right now, and personally, I'm really anxious about the whole situation. Here in the Netherlands, schools have shut down, as well as things like... Continue Reading →

Recommendations: Black History Month

Since February is Black History Month, I wanted to dedicate a post to recommending books by Black authors! I’ll be giving you 20 recommendations, divided in 4 parts: books I’ve read and loved, books I own but haven’t read yet (both physical and digital), books I have on my wishlist, and book releases I’m looking... Continue Reading →

The Ultimate Recommendations Book Tag

Back in November, I saw Destiny @ Howling Libraries do The Ultimate Recommendations Book Tag, which was created by Ellyn @ Allonsythornraxx. It looked like a really fun tag, so I decided to do it as well! Rules Thank the person who nominated you Answer all the questions down below Pingback to the creator: Ellyn @... Continue Reading →

Holiday Bookish Gift Guide

Many of you are likely wanting to buy presents for the holidays soon, so in this post, I'm recommending 15 small businesses that sell perfect bookworm presents! Please consider buying from small businesses and independent artists this holiday season, because it has such a large impact. Even a small order would really make someone's day!... Continue Reading →

Recommendations: LGBTQ+ M/F Romance

It's been a while since I've done a recommendations post, and of course I prefer to recommend LGBTQ+ books! When talking about LGBTQ+ books, a section that I think deserves more attention are LGBTQ+ M/F romances in books. Because no, a male/female romance is not automatically straight. If one or both of the people in... Continue Reading →

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