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ARC Review: Not My Problem by Ciara Smyth

Aideen has plenty of problems she can’t fix. Her best (and only) friend is pulling away. Her mother’s drinking problem is a constant concern. She’s even running out of outlandish diseases to fake so she can skip PE.But when Aideen stumbles on her nemesis, overachiever Meabh Kowalski, in the midst of a full-blown meltdown, she… Continue reading ARC Review: Not My Problem by Ciara Smyth

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All The Sapphic Books I’ve Read // Parts Three and Four!

Hi, friends!! We're back for another installment of "all the sapphic books I've read!" Parts one and two are already up and are linked! This post is much longer than the others because it is actually two parts because I posted part three on the Sapphic Saturdays blog a while ago! Anywho, this post is… Continue reading All The Sapphic Books I’ve Read // Parts Three and Four!

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My Friends Choose My TBR For April and May!

Hi, friends! Long time, no see! I took a hiatus from book twitter and blogging and basically everything due to a really heavy course load and mental health issues, but my semester is officially finished as of next Monday (the 19th!) so I am gearing up to get back into this community and back into… Continue reading My Friends Choose My TBR For April and May!

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(Late, Again) September Wrap Up! (Feat Star Wars Rewatch, Sapphic Books, and More!)

Hi, friends! Remember how last month I posted by August wrap up at like, the very very end of September? Well, apparently, that is becoming a trend. All I can say is school and I are not vibing particularly well in terms of having effort to write anything other than the two essays I have… Continue reading (Late, Again) September Wrap Up! (Feat Star Wars Rewatch, Sapphic Books, and More!)

reviews · sapphic books

ARC Review: All the Paths to You by Morgan Lee Miller

Summary from Goodreads: In the sequel to "All the Worlds Between Us," swimmer Quinn Hughes has given up a lot in order to be an Olympian: her social life, her love life, and everything that comes with being a normal twenty-three-year-old. Just days away from competing in the Tokyo Games, Quinn runs into her childhood… Continue reading ARC Review: All the Paths to You by Morgan Lee Miller

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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