It happened guys! I've been tagged to do a tag I so wanted to do! Thank you Destiny for tagging me, it made extremely happy 🙂 And if you guys want to check out her post, it's just here. I'm tagging Rea, Aurora, Elise, Amber, and Cassie 🙂 Also, the reviews of the books and I've read… Lire la suite I’VE BEEN TAGGED #1 The Mid-Year Freakout Book Tag
I just want to make one thing clear : I LOVED THIS BOOK SO DAMN MUCH. Well, now that that's settled, let's try to write something decent - and trust it's going to be hard because I have so many feels right now. The book itself is divided into two povs, so I guess I… Lire la suite Review : Queens of Geek, by Jen Wilde
Before this year I only had three all time favourite books - of course not counting Harry Potter, because duh of course Harry Potter is on this list but that'll be the subject of another post. Those three books were The Count of Monte Cristo, by Alexandre Dumas ; Les Misérables, by Victor Hugo ;… Lire la suite Two new all time favourite books . . . in just 6 months.
I strongly believe that everybody should read this book. You don’t have to be a woman to like it, nor a woman who loves other women; you don’t have to be white, asian, latino, black … you just have to be you to like this book as much as I did. I don’t even know… Lire la suite Review : Juliet Takes a Breath, by Gabby Rivery
I know I know dishonor on my whole family, dishonor on me, dishonor on my cow . . . I'm doing the all Mushu thing. But yeah, before February, I had never read one of Morgan Matson's books. And I seriously missed out on something. One of my friends, Courtni from @courtnireads on Instagram, absolutely… Lire la suite Author I discovered in 2017 #1 Morgan Matson
I definitely enjoyed this book. Like a lot. The only moment I didn't read it today was when I needed to eat something. That says a lot. I can't lie, I really liked Theo. He's this super protective brother, a bit of an asshole - but we love him anyway - really smart & hardworking… Lire la suite Review : Leo Loves Aries, by Anyta Sunday
What is remarkable, and at once unsurprising, is that all twenty-three of these queer people lived with such vivd, incandescent variety. Diversity is one of the only constants that queerness has always had, and our unique individuals are connected precisely because they diverged from what society expected. I had such a great time reading this… Lire la suite Review : Queer There and Everywhere, by Sarah Prager