Unpopular Opinions Book Tag

Unpopular Opinions Book Tag

Hey, friends! Today I’m doing the Unpopular Opinions Book Tag created by The Book Archer on YouTube. It seems kind of similar to the NOPE Book Tag that I did a few months ago, but I’m going to try picking different answers for this! A popular book or series thatRead More

Review of #Prettyboy Must Die by Kimberly Reid

#Prettyboy Must Die by Kimberly Reid | REVIEW

Synopsis of #Prettyboy Must Die When Peter Smith’s classmate snaps a picture of him during a late night run at the track, Peter thinks he might be in trouble. When she posts that photo–along with the caption, “See the Pretty Boy Run,”–Peter knows he’s in trouble. But when hostiles drop throughRead More

Book Cover Comparisons: US Edition vs German Edition

Book Cover Comparisons | US Edition vs German Edition

I haven’t done a cover comparisons post in a while, and I came across a German edition of a Maggie Stiefvater book in my library and it was beautiful! So I thought this time around I’d do English language editions compared to German language editions. Here are five pairs thatRead More

NetGalley Book Tag

Rules for the NetGalley Book Tag: Link back to the tag’s creator Kourtni at Kourtni Reads. Thank and link back to the person who tagged you. (No one tagged me, I just wanted to do the tag ¯\_(ツ)_/¯) Answer the questions the best you can. If you don’t use NetGalley,Read More

The Reading Habits Tag by cornerfolds.com

Reading Habits Tag

Hello friends! Today I’m back with the Reading Habits Tag created by Cornerfolds. Do you have a certain place at home for reading? Nothing special, just my bed. It’s the most convenient place to read. Bookmark or a random piece of paper? I love bookmarks, and I have a tonRead More

Gotta Read 'Em All

Gotta Read ‘Em All: Pokémon Book Tag

In honor of the new Detective Pikachu movie hitting theaters yesterday, I thought it’d be appropriate to find a Pokémon tag to do. I stumbled upon the Gotta Read ‘Em All tag by Sammantha @ ThatBookishGamer, and I figured I’d give it a go, since I am, indeed, trying toRead More

Review of Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston

Red White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston | REVIEW

Synopsis First Son Alex Claremont-Diaz is the closest thing to a prince this side of the Atlantic. With his intrepid sister and the Veep’s genius granddaughter, they’re the White House Trio, a beautiful millennial marketing strategy for his mother, President Ellen Claremont. International socialite duties do have downsides—namely, when photosRead More

April 2019 Wrap-Up: A monthly summary of what I've accomplished with a sprinkle of blog highlights

April 2019 Reading & Blog Wrap-up

Okay, so saying that March and April 2019 were stressful is a grand understatement. But I don’t want to focus on that, so I’ll leave it at “stressful”. Instead, I want to bring attention to me getting back into reading and blogging after a busy semester! I still have finalsRead More

Burn The Binary! by Riki Wilchins | REVIEW

Synopsis An icon of transgender activism for three decades, Riki Wilchins is the author of four influential books on genderqueer, trans politics, and queer theory. Riki Wilchins has been a pioneering and influential thinker and writer for a quarter of a century. Now this single volume offers a selection ofRead More

Learning Spanish Language and Culture Through Music

Learning Spanish Language and Culture Through Music

One of the best ways to practice a new language is through music. It helps a ton with vocabulary building, accent practice, and listening skills. The more you listen, the more it will help in ways you didn’t even realize it would. One benefit I’ve found in learning Spanish throughRead More

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