WWW Wednesday is a meme I’ve been seeing around for forever! I always wondered if it would be too straightforward a post, honestly, because you can find all of this information for me on my Goodreads account!! I didn’t want to do this weekly and mess with my usual context. But now, I’m going to … More WWW Wednesday #2, including #SapphicAThon
So some of you might have noticed based on like, my last five wrap-ups, that I’m reading a lot less. Granted, some of this will always be me screwing around with my free time, but I’m actually screwing around even less than I did less semester — so why am I not reading as much? The … More Finally Admitting I’m Reading Less: A Confessional
I always feel that I read to relate. I am someone who is always looking for different ways to process my own emotions and feelings! So for this post, inspired by Cece’s video Books That Describe Me, and the Me In Book Characters Tag [Amber tagged me in this a while back] and I’ll be talking about books that … More I Overshare, aka Ten Books That Describe Me
So… yeah, booktubesff, but I wanted to share my opinions. My big goal for this year was to read every book in the short fiction, YA fantasy, and adult fantasy categories. And… I did it. Like, y’all, I did this. The debuts and sci-fi fell to the wayside, but that is totally fine, because I … More #BooktubeSFFAwards: A Wrap-Up
This post has been a long time coming and it’s probably on a topic that we’ve all heard a little bit about, right? But you know what, that’s okay, because it’s the reality of my personal experience. I want to talk about my personal experience with how literature made me feel less alienated.
I got into audiobooks only through the last few months [I finished my first in June], and I wanted to talk about it a little bit! Because I used to be an audiobook hater. And now I have sold my soul to audiobooks and listen to four or five a month. I know, I know, … More Confessions of a Former Audiobook Hater, aka The Starter Audiobook Guide [+My Audiobook Recs!!]
Do you think this title is a joke? It’s not. I am here to explain why middle books are always, always my favorites, and why middle book syndrome is a total myth.