Bookending Spring: Fairytale Fever

Bookending Spring is an event hosted by Sam of Fictionally Sam and Clo of Cuppa Clo in which book bloggers from all over get together to discuss books using spring themes. There are lots of great prompts I’m excited to respond to. Today’s prompt is brought to you by Megan of Ginger Mom Company and [...]

Book Discussion: Does Mental Health Rep Have to Be Positive?

In discussions about diversity in books, mental health rep isn’t often brough up. If it is, it’s only in reference to books about mental health. That’s because mental health is often difficult to incorporate in a way more obvious aspects of diversity aren’t. Oftentimes, if a book is going to address mental health, it is [...]

Ranking My Favorite and Least Favorite Books

Hello everyone! I’m back from my unplanned hiatus! What happened? Well, I’ve been sick and also just brain tired. But now I’m better and feeling more motivated. In fact, I’m planning on reviving my feature where I discuss authors’ writing styles, The Words That Built the Story. But first, I’m going to do something just [...]

Bookending Winter: Top 10 Anticipated 2020 Releases

Bookending Winter is an event hosted by Sam of Fictionally Sam and Clo of Cuppa Clo in which book bloggers from all over get together to discuss books using summer themes. There are lots of great prompts I’m excited to respond to. Today’s prompt is brought to you by Anisa of Bookish Bibliophile. List out [...]

Reacting to the 2019 Goodreads Choice Awards Winners

Everybody knows that the annual Goodreads Choice Awards is nothing more than a popularity contest. But that doesn’t stop us from arguing over it every year. It’s human nature, baby! So I thought it would be fun to react to this year’s winners and share which books I think should’ve won instead. In the spirit [...]

Is “Six of Crows” the Best YA Series Ever Written?

If you’ve spent any time in the online book community within the past few years, you’ve undoubtedly heard the phrase, “No mourners. No funerals.” Or maybe you’ve heard, “The heart is an arrow. It demands aim to land true.” Or perhaps, “My darling Inej, treasure of my heart, will you please do me the honor [...]