Hi friends, and happy Saturday! Yes, you read that title right. Netflix’s Heartstopper released just yesterday, and I have watched it twice in the past twenty-four hours. I read the first volume of Heartstopper by Alice Oseman back in 2020 and, since then, Nick and Charlie have taken over my heart. And, not to mention, … Continue reading 75 thoughts I had while watching Heartstopper for the second time (yes, I’m still losing my mind)
But this Shara, the one spelled out on pink stationary, is a million times more interesting than the fake one. Like, no contest. Hi friends, and happy Thursday! It's been a while. Like, an eleven-month-long while. My almost-year-long hiatus certainly wasn't a planned one. It wasn't even necessarily wanted. It was almost as if my … Continue reading ARC Review || I Kissed Shara Wheeler by Casey McQuiston (did it live up to my expectations??)
'Hey, Coffee Girl.''Hey, Subway Girl.' Hi friends, and happy Wednesday! In all honesty, I'm probably what some would consider unreasonably excited to scream about this book with you. Before I completely spiral though, let's go back in time for a second (ha). Back in 2019, a small little book called Red, White, and Royal Blue … Continue reading ARC Review || One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston (I want to protect all of these characters from any form of harm)
Hi friends, and happy Sunday! We're going to go ahead and gloss over the fact that I am still completely and entirely malfunctioning because of a small album called Fearless (Taylor's Version), which was released this past Friday. If you're curious though, no I'm not doing well listening to re-recorded versions of songs I first … Continue reading March 2021 Wrap-Up || more rereading, but are we really surprised anymore?
Hi friends, and happy Wednesday! I think we can all agree that we have our favorite books and series, and then we have our favorite books and series. And sure, favorite and favorite are the same exact word, but our favorite books are the ones that are just a tier up. They're the stories that … Continue reading Let’s talk about Six of Crows (ft. me freaking out about the Shadow & Bone adaptation)
Hi friends; happy Wednesday! Well. Another month, another chance to talk about how much blogging I didn't do. Unfortunately, it feels as if it's almost become a tradition to apologize for my absence and then promise to make amends for the following month (without ever actually managing to accomplish just that). So, to avoid repeating … Continue reading February 2021 Wrap-Up || I’m apparently only able to reread books now
My name will be legend. Hi friends; Happy New Year! I am so unbelievably excited to bring you my first review of the year, and even more thrilled that I get to share with you the genius that is Lore by Alexandra Bracken. I read my first Alexandra Bracken book back in 2015, and I … Continue reading ARC Review || Lore by Alexandra Bracken (consider this my declaration of love for Miles)
Hi friends; happy Wednesday! So, in case you've somehow missed the internet collectively screaming and sobbing for the past six days, the actual mastermind of a genius that is Taylor Swift graced us with even more of her talent this year by dropping folklore's sister album, evermore. I. am. not. okay. Despite listening to evermore … Continue reading The ‘evermore’ book tag | just assume that I’m never not screaming about Taylor Swift
Hi friends, and happy December! November was a Month. From election stress (we won!!) to general doomsday gloom, let's just say that I'm more than happy to be moving into December. I'm also more than happy to start binging Christmas movies, baking an obscene and totally unnecessary amount of cookies, and constantly listening to Christmas … Continue reading November 2020 Wrap-Up || the one with brujos, goose girls, gangs, and a ghost band!
I believe I'm a good person. But what if I'm not? Hi friends; happy Wednesday! Earlier this year, I discovered the absolute magic that is The Lunar Chronicles (I wrote about that adventure here!) and very quickly fell down the Marissa Meyer rabbit hole. Imagine my excitement upon finding out that the same woman who … Continue reading Book Review || Instant Karma by Marissa Meyer (I want a sea otter)