wrap-ups

June Posts #II // It’s Summer [And Here’s What I Read]

This was the first month of my summer and I did… pretty well.

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book chat, wrap-ups

#BooktubeSFFAwards: A Wrap-Up

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 DID WHAT I SET OUT TO DO.

If you haven’t heard of the BooktubeSFF awards, here’s the full shortlist on Goodreads, and you can find the actual video of the awards show hereAll reviews are linked.

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tbrs

June Posts #I // A Very Long July TBR and TBR Wrap-Up

Hey blogger friends, it’s Elise, and it’s time for yet another TBR! I’ve tried out a new format, partially inspired by blogging of several of my best blogging friends, for these posts this month, and I think the result is gorgeous. All these cover banners look so nice!

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this one is absolutely the prettiest of all of them

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review

I Liked a Series Conclusion, Finally, aka Bright We Burn by Kiersten White

Bright We Burn by Kiersten White
(The Conqueror’s Saga, #3)

Releases July 10!!

personally, I feel as if my heart was ripped out of my fucking chest and my life was just changed for the better.this ending means everything to me. I do not have the Words To Convey how much this ending for a series meant to me

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book chat

How Fiction Saved My Life // Narratives Around Being Different In YA Literature

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.

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