Repost: Military Women in WWII Nonfiction Book Recommendations

Hey folks! This is a repost from last year. May is Military Appreciation Month, and while I heartily condemn the military-industrial complex permeating American politics (looking right at you, shit we send to Israel to perpetuate colonization and genocide...not to mention our other wars across the globe), I do honor the women who served and … Continue reading Repost: Military Women in WWII Nonfiction Book Recommendations

Chonky Nonfiction That Will Keep You Riveted

Oh, my, god. Becky, look at those books.They’re so big.They look like one of those book nerd’s fantasies.But, you know, who understands those book nerds anyway?They only read because they’re like total dorky intellectuals.I mean that book, it’s just so hefty, it’s like, a door-stopper, I mean – gross. Look!They’re just so… THICK!Wallace Yovetich I always feel … Continue reading Chonky Nonfiction That Will Keep You Riveted

Women in the Military: Pre-1920

Military Monday is a series of posts I've wanted to make for a while, and I plan on doing it during November, which contains my second-favorite holiday of all time, The Marine Corps Birthday (no you ghouls, it's not Veteran's Day—that's horrific) (my first favorite is Halloween). And since I'm exhausted by the never-ending amount … Continue reading Women in the Military: Pre-1920

Book Review: The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs

The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs by Steve Brusatte 🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 A brief overview of the rise and eventual extinction of the dinosaurs. Spoiler alert: the dinosaurs are (mostly) extinct. I was very surprised at this shocking twist ending. I thought T-Rexs lived among us. Exhibit A: What Ice Age? And yes, this is a … Continue reading Book Review: The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs