I recently went through all of my unpublished drafts. Most were unpublishable, and some were just so old that they're now irrelevant. I found this one from 2018 and thought it was still relevant and interesting. I wrote it when I was writing a thesis closely related to feminism and wanted some feminist reads, so … Continue reading Feminist Books On My TBR
I'll be honest, I have not enjoyed reading as much as I used to. I cannot remember how I consistently wrote blog posts about books, and especially how I reviewed them. That said, I have really liked most of the books I have read this year. So I am going to do a few mini … Continue reading A Post About Books
The Carls just appeared. Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May stumbles across a giant sculpture. Delighted by its appearance and craftsmanship--like a ten-foot-tall Transformer wearing a suit of samurai armor--April and her friend Andy make a video with it, which Andy uploads to YouTube. The next day April wakes up to a viral video and a new life. News quickly spreads that there are Carls in dozens of cities around the world--everywhere from Beijing to Buenos Aires--and April, as their first documentarian, finds herself at the center of an intense international media spotlight.
I've combined my October wrap-up with September because I never actually posted one. I've been awful at posting lately and there are several reasons why, the main one being that I am writing a thesis. A dumb reason I put off posting is because to make my blog's graphic I have to use my mother's computer and it's so slow. I've also kind of lost my spark for blogging, which is sad, but maybe it will come back now that it's my uni break! My break is 4 months (but I still have to write a 15000 word thesis).
Hello everyone! The post for today is my July wrap-up. In my wrap-up posts I include what I read and watched in the previous month, what I would like to read in the next month and a look inside my bullet journal. Books read in July In July I read four books. It was another … Continue reading July wrap-up
Louise has nothing. Lavinia has everything. After a chance encounter, the two spiral into an intimate, intense, and possibly toxic friendship. A Talented Mr. Ripley for the digital age, this seductive story takes a classic tale of obsession and makes it irresistibly new.
The first half of 2018 has been good to me reading-wise. I've read so many good books already and I hope my good luck will continue on in the next half of the year! I have rated all of these books either four or five stars and there was something about each of these books that I really loved reading.
Hi everyone! Today I am posting my June wrap-up. I really don't know where the time went last month. I had a pretty good time relaxing for most of the month because I am on my mid-year break. I'm fairly certain that I start uni again around 16 July, which seems annoyingly soon. Until then … Continue reading June wrap-up
Hello everyone! I have been off uni for one week and am trying to think of blog post ideas, but in the meantime I thought I would do the mid year book freakout tag. So far I have read 23 books in 2018. I am four books behind schedule on goodreads, but I don't really … Continue reading Mid year book freakout tag
When she was little, Joni used to have dreams that she could fly. But these days her feet are firmly on the ground – they have to be when money's tight and her dad can't work and the whole family has to pull together to keep afloat. Then she meets Annabel. Annabel is everything Joni isn't, and yet there's a spark between them. Though Joni barely believes it at first, she thinks they might be falling in love. But when Annabel's parents find out about the relationship, it's clear they believe there are some differences that are impossible to overcome ...