It’s time for a random post in which I defend every single unfairly hated fictional character I can think of. And there are only three. But here I am anyway!! Wow, recurring theme – I love ambiguously non-heterosexual morally ambiguous characters who have Been Through Some Shit but come out stronger. That’s my character archetype … More in which i defend my underrated faves
This was originally created by A Booktube Book. By the way, guys, I will link reviews for all of these books within the answers, in case you want to check out extended thoughts. Some are longer than others. Also, I was saltier than the dead sea while writing this?? so uh please don’t hate me … More the NOPE tag
I was tagged for this by lifeofaliterarynerd. And it looks so interesting that I have to do this. A POPULAR BOOK THAT YOU DIDN’T LIKE I talk about the Holy Overrated Fantasy Trinity down below in popular authors, so for now let’s go with a less-popular choice. A Mango Shaped Space by Wendy Maas is a … More Unpopular Opinions Book Tag
I wasn’t actually tagged to do this, but I’ve seen it on everyone’s blogs and definitely wanted to try it out! Basically, this tag just gives me an opportunity to talk through some books I liked and didn’t like. EDIT: Romie from RomieWeDeserveLove tagged me!! She’s one of my fave book friends, so go check … More Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag
This isn’t so much a post as a collection of thoughts and a discussion piece. I’d really love feedback and comments on this one, because I find this topic interesting to discuss. Let’s get into it!
I have a lot of issues with YA. There are the harmful romance tropes, and the love triangles, and the instalove, and then there are more harmful romance tropes… okay, I complain about this a lot. That’s a different post. But right now, I want to address something different. Let’s talk about tragedy and trauma as … More Book Chat: Trauma Narratives in YA