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Sapphic Books I Want to Read This Summer

Hi, friends! Today I am basically bringing you a giant TBR post. I was originally going to make this a "sapphic romances I want to read this summer" post but then I wasn't sure what I was going to classify as a romance and what I wasn't, so then I dropped that idea. Anywho, there… Continue reading Sapphic Books I Want to Read This Summer

reviews · sapphic books

Why I Will Never Recommend Leah on the Offbeat by Becky Albertalli (+Some Books I Recommend Instead)

Hi, friends!! I am a little uncertain of how to start this post tbh. I have been thinking about writing this post for so long, like, since I started my blog. I have went back and forth about it and how I didn't want to bring this up because I know that a lot of… Continue reading Why I Will Never Recommend Leah on the Offbeat by Becky Albertalli (+Some Books I Recommend Instead)

readathons · sapphic books

Sapphic Saturday Announcement!

Hello, friends!! Its that time where I announce a readathon right before its about to happen again!! Anywho, que the post all about the sapphics and the readathon. Recap! What is this Sapphic Saturday you speak of, Arin? It’s a readathon! Or, many readathons dedicated to reading sapphic books or books with (preferably central but… Continue reading Sapphic Saturday Announcement!

readathons · sapphic books

Announcing the Second Sapphic Saturday!

Hello, friends!! Guess what time it is? October!! (Though I should note that when I was typing that my brain went on auto pilot and typed March so uh, happy March everyone) And guess what that means? It's time for another Sapphic Saturday!!! If you missed our first round or all of our announcement stuff,… Continue reading Announcing the Second Sapphic Saturday!

reviews · sapphic books

Book Review: Summer of Salt by Katrina Leno

Summary from Goodreads: A magic passed down through generations . . . Georgina Fernweh waits with growing impatience for the tingle of magic in her fingers—magic that has been passed down through every woman in her family. Her twin sister, Mary, already shows an ability to defy gravity. But with their eighteenth birthday looming at… Continue reading Book Review: Summer of Salt by Katrina Leno

readathons · sapphic books

The First Sapphic Saturday Wrap Up and Reading Log!

Hello, friends!! If you didn't know, this past Saturday Brittany and I hosted a readathon!! If you want to know more about what this readathon is and find out how to join in the next time, you can read this post here, watch both of our blogs, and follow our readathon twitter account! Anyways, let's… Continue reading The First Sapphic Saturday Wrap Up and Reading Log!

readathons · sapphic books

Introducing Sapphic Saturdays (Feat. Details, My TBR, and more!)

Hello friends!! If you couldn't tell from the title and the little graphic above, I'm here to announce and invite you to something! I've briefly mentioned and hinted at this here and there on my blog and we've started to be active on twitter, but Brittany and I are hosting a readathon! Well, technically we… Continue reading Introducing Sapphic Saturdays (Feat. Details, My TBR, and more!)

reviews · sapphic books

Book Review: Ivy Aberdeen’s Letter to the World by Ashley Herring Blake

Just a note before we hop in, I'm not like back back from hiatus or anything, I just want to post reviews for books as I read them that way I don't have to weirdly try and catch up on posting/writing them when I come back because that sounds stressful to me. Anyways, allow me… Continue reading Book Review: Ivy Aberdeen’s Letter to the World by Ashley Herring Blake