I can't believe it's been a year since I started this blog! Okay, technically I published the website in April and had a random post of "I'm here!" or something, but my first review was a year ago today. The Luminous Dead And this will be my 195th post, which is...quite a lot more than … Continue reading One Year Blogiversary!
Wait—biographies? Yes, apparently I'm a person who now reads—um, listens to—biographies. Who knew? Anywho, the first is one that has been on my TBR for a while, while the other two are more recent publications. Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow 🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 How does a bastard, orphan, son of a whoreAnd a Scotsman, dropped in the … Continue reading Three Audiobook Biographies!
The Silence of Bones by June Hur 🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 I have a mouth, but I mustn't speak;Ears, but I mustn't hear;Eyes, but I mustn't see. Sixteen year-old Seol has been indentured to the police bureau for one generation. She'll be 41 when she's finally released, and after a failed escape that leaves her branded, she's nearly … Continue reading Book Review: The Silence of Bones
Furiously Happy by Jenny Lawson 🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 “There will be moments when you have to be a grown-up. Those moments are tricks. Do not fall for them.” I don't normally read memoirs, but this was hysterically funny. I laughed so hard in some places that I peed a little. TMI? Or just in the spirit of … Continue reading Book Review: Furiously Happy
Monthly Monday Motivation is a monthly meme hosted by The Suspected Bibliophile and Demiche at Bookbubble. Join us with your own goals for the month as we hold ourselves accountable for what we want to accomplish—doesn't matter what those goals are! April wasn't a horrible as March (far from as stressful since we were closed), … Continue reading Monday Motivation Monday: May 2020
ARC April was pretty successful, and the unfortunate delay in publication dates for many of my May releases means that I can have another themed month! Sapphic May! It's gonna be gay (sorry not sorry) That's right, this month is dedicated to reading books about sapphic women. Bi, lesbian, cis, trans, romance or not, I … Continue reading May 2020 TBR
April is over already! It felt like it both dragged and flew by, which is um, conflicting? Anywho, while I was stressed, I didn't have a heavy stress knot sitting on top of my chest for the entirety of the month like I did back in March, so that's progress? It helped that we had … Continue reading April 2020 Wrap-Up