Mid-Year Book Check-In

We're almost halfway through the year already, so it's time for another round of the Mid-Year Book Check-In. Let's dive into my reading highlights of the year so far! Best Book You’ve Read So Far My favourite book of the year so far is one that gave me everything I could ever want in a... Continue Reading →

Ultimate Comfort Reads Rec List, Part 2!

In March 2020, when the pandemic first really hit, I wrote the Ultimate Comfort Reads Rec List! Now, at the end of 2021, I'm not feeling much more hopeful than I did then, and I have a feeling many other people could also still very much need some comfort, so I decided to write a... Continue Reading →

Red (Taylor’s Version) as Books

It's been a while since I've written a blog post other than my monthly wrap-ups, because I just haven't been feeling very inspired. But since Taylor Swift's re-release of Red came out, I've been listening to it on repeat, and I've been loving it so much. I thought it would be fun to write a... Continue Reading →

The Sapphic Book Tag

When Theresa @ Sappho's Library initially posted the Sapphic Book Tag, I meant to participate but forgot to actually post. She's now updated the tag, so I figured I should finally participate! While it's not required, I'm doing this tag by recommending only sapphic books, so you'll get not only the 15 prompts as recs,... Continue Reading →

Mid-Year Book Check-In

It's already the middle of the year, so I wanted to do the "traditional" tag and share my reading highlights of the year so far! This tag is usually called "Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag", but a lot of people have spoken up about "freak" being an ableist word, so I decided to go with an... 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 →

A Quick Guide to Verse Novels

Have you read any verse novels before? Maybe you're already a fan, in which case you might find some new favourites to read in this recommendations post! Or maybe the format is entirely new to you, so I'll give a quick explanation first. In this post, I'm recommending 20 verse novels. The books I'm recommending... Continue Reading →

Most Anticipated January Releases

Like last year, I will again be making monthly posts to talk about my most anticipated releases of that month. Maybe they're already on your radar, maybe they're new to you - let's uplift these books together! Angie Thomas - Concrete Rose International phenomenon Angie Thomas revisits Garden Heights seventeen years before the events of... Continue Reading →

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