Most Anticipated: August 2019 Book Releases

Guess what! I can walk again!!!!!! Okay, so technically I still need to walk with crutches for the next week, but I can put weight on my ankle now. Praise the Lord (by which I of course mean Danny DeVito)! Anyway, today I’m here to talk about the books coming out in August that I [...]

The Most Disappointing Music, Books, & Movies of 2018

I’ve been pretty lucky this year to not have been disappointed by too much media. I’ve gotten a lot better at choosing things I know I’m going to enjoy or recognizing tropes I don’t like in plot summaries and avoiding said media. In fact, I’d argue that I’ve had an overall good year for music, [...]

September 2018 Wrap-Up

Ba de ya, say do you remember? Ba de ya, reading in September? I sure do. In fact, I had a pretty dang great reading month. This month I read six novels, one novella, and one graphic novel. In total, I read eight books. Overall, the quality was pretty good too. So, let’s jump right [...]

The Love Triangle Game

So, it’s been a while since I’ve done a good old-fashioned game tag. This one was created by BookTuber Jesse the Reader. It’s not unlike the RIP It or Ship It Tag, in which you put a bunch or character names (from all walks of book) in a hat, jar, or some other kind of [...]

It’s Great, Except…: A Dual Review of “Inkmistress” by Audrey Coulthurst and “Leah On the Offbeat” by Becky Albertalli

In a fit of gayness, I spent the first half of this month reading two books that promised girls in love. The first was Inkmistress, a prequel to Audrey Coulthurst's debut novel Of Fire and Stars. The second was Becky Albertalli's Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda spin-off/sequel, Leah on the Offbeat. I found both [...]