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)
Hi, friends!! This post was supposed to go up on Star Wars day, but the day before Star Wars day I accidentally fell out of the shower (long story) and nearly dislocated my shoulder. I didn't, but I almost did, so it hurt to like move my arm at all or type, so that just… Continue reading Star Wars Book Tag
Hi, friends!! Today I am going to set a TBR that I may actually stick to? There is a slight chance that could do that. Then again, I could just decide halfway through that I don't want to then fumble to finish the challenges on the last day or two of the readathon. I tend… Continue reading SapphicAThon TBR!
Hi, friends! Happy May (even though its already the 10th)! This past month was a whirlwind of me doing nothing tbh, social distancing means I mainly just spend all day laying in the dark listening to music or podcasts. Anywho, let's move onto the wrap up, which is much less overwhelming than the March's (thank… Continue reading April 2020 Wrap Up!
Summary from Goodreads: Growing up under his punk rocker dad's spotlight, eighteen-year-old Luke Greenly knows fame and wants nothing to do with it. His real love isn't in front of a crowd, it's on the page. Hiding his gift and secretly hoarding songs in his bedroom at night, he prefers the anonymous comfort of the… Continue reading ARC Review: More Than Maybe by Erin Hahn
Hello, friends!! A goal of mine is to start clearing out the many unfinished posts in my drafts right now, and as this was one of them and I am in a mood to listen to music since I finished More Than Maybe by Erin Hahn, this one seemed perfect to start with. I have… Continue reading Playlist Book Tag
Summary from Goodreads: A YA feminist mash up inspired by The Lost Boys and The Craft. It's 1987 and unfortunately it's not all Madonna and cherry lip balm. Mayhem Brayburn has always known there was something off about her and her mother, Roxy. Maybe it has to do with Roxy's constant physical pain, or maybe with Mayhem's own… Continue reading ARC Review: Mayhem by Estelle Laure