Hey guys, it’s Elise, and I’ve decided to make my first original tag! This tag is meant to be a place to share books that just came so so close to being good, but… sigh, no they were not. But they were SO CLOSE and it is UPSETTING. In this post I for some reason … More The Wasted-Potential Tag, aka My First Original Tag WHICH IS EXCITING
Guys… I love this tag. Every year it rolls around I’m like god I love writing things god I love doing tags and then it’s the only tag I do for six months. Send help but also don’t. This year, I got tagged by Jami, who is my favorite person and deserves the world!!
The other day on Twitter, there was some discussion of the problem of authors and readers alike talking about how they’re “just not interested” in reading or writing f/f or sapphic romance. (I will be using sapphic in this post as it’s less awkward and more inclusive.) I wrote this thread about it, but I … More Your Lack of Interest In Anything About WLW Does Not Exist In a Vacuum
I got nominated for an award a couple of weeks ago by two new bloggers I hadn’t known yet, Charlotte and Anna @ReadsRainbow, who blog about sapphic lit (AMAZING BEAUTIFUL SHOWSTOPPING) and are amazing and super talented (so go check them out!) This tag involves giving an origin story and then some blogging advice! I … More Blogger Recognition Award: I Share My Origin Story, and Give Blogging Advice
Hey guys, it’s Elise! I’ve been looking for more tags to do lately, as I get tagged a lot and don’t always do them. So I’ve decided to do the Out Of My Comfort Zone Tag from Emma @EmmaBooks!
Hi guys, it’s Elise, and I was nominated for the Sunshine Blogger Award by JR @EternityBooksReview! You should definitely check her blog out! Thank you so much JR for nominating me for this award! I will be giving several answers for some of these questions because I just like talking a lot. You’re welcome.
A while back, I wanted to do an old Top Ten Tuesday I never got around to: Anthology Authors That Made Me Want to Read Their Book. And born from that came this post! Well, I thought I should just make this a thing and do it for all the anthologies I read! The six anthologies I … More Anthology Highlight Reel, p.ii
This post has been a long time coming. A while back, I wanted to do an old Top Ten Tuesday I never got around to: Anthology Authors That Made Me Want to Read Their Book. [Dubiously inspired by posts by Danielle @LifeofaLiteraryNerd and Destiny @HowlingLibraries.] But I realized I have way. too. many. stories to discuss.
I was recently tagged in the Coffee Book Tag by Romie @RomieWeDeserveLove!! As is usual for these tags, I’ll be attempting to use books I’ve read in the last few months to keep the answers fresh. Also, these graphics are so incredible, and I’m going to use them now??
I felt ranty and bitter today. So I decided to make you all hate me and unfollow my blog by trashing series conclusions you probably love. Or, okay, maybe just saying they weren’t as good as the rest of the series. It depends on the day.
I have not done a tag in so long and it is humiliating, so I figured I’d break my streak while I’m out of town. I was tagged in this here by the wonderful Fadwa @WordWoonders.
Literally last year, I was tagged in the the Fall book tag by Jami @JamiShelves. And I put it on my possible-tag list and then I was tagged by somebody else and I did that and I never mentioned that Jamieson tagged me. So Jamieson, if you’re reading this I’m so sorry, and I’m going … More 🍁🍁The FALL Book Tag🍁🍁
After just-plain antihero arcs, redemption arcs are my absolute favorite trope. This trope is controversial all over Goodreads, but let’s be real: I absolutely adore seeing characters who have been villainous, especially via long extended backstory, become redeemed. This post won’t be a fun list of antiheroes, though I’m sure I’ll get to write that … More Top Five Wednesday: Redemption Arcs
Today we’re going to be talking about the most-popularly-read books on my TBR. I got this idea from Adriana’s channel [FOLLOW THEM] and thought it seemed so fun. We’ll work off physical TBR for now, because ho boy, I’m not even going to deal with my later TBR.
Hey guys! So TODAY it is time to run off, as a follow-up to this lovely post, some more books that I think I could absolutely love. Maybe. Possibly. Of course, when I first thought about making this list, I had a book on it that ended up being one of my worst reads of 2017. … More #PredictingMyRatings: Five Five-Star TBR Predictions