Way back in January, I wrote a post about favourite books where I briefly touched on how the author of a book might impact our view on their work. The call to cancel problematic and controversial authors has been going strong for a long time now—to be point of there being lists with "authors to… Continue reading Can We Love a Book Written by a Bad Person?
It's been a while since I last posted a tag, so today it's time for one. I was nominated by Naemi @ A Book Owl's Corner and I'm excited to try to come up with answers for these prompts. So without further ado, let's jump straight in! The Rules Mention the creator of the tag… Continue reading The Trope Tag
You might not know this but My Chemical Romance is one of my favourite bands ever—if not my number one favourite band. They've just released their first song since 2014 and they're currently on their first proper tour after they reunited in 2019. Despite their decision to skip Spain and my bitterness over that, I've… Continue reading Book Recommendations Based on My Chemical Romance Songs
Today, I'm exposing myself. Okay, it's not nearly as dramatic as it sounds. I don't usually buy books unless I want to start them immediately, but that's not always been the case and, because of that, I have a few books that have been on my shelves, untouched, for a few years. Today I'll be… Continue reading Unread Books I Own
Today's book tour post is all about Andrew Joseph White's debut novel Hell Followed with Us. In this post I'll tell you five reasons to read the book, I'll give you a full review without spoilers, and I'll share the playlist I made for Hell Followed with Us. There's plenty of stuff to go through,… Continue reading BOOK TOUR: Hell Followed with Us by Andrew Joseph White
This review is very long overdue. It's been sitting on my drafts for about a month, but I just didn't know how to properly flesh it out into something that actually made sense. Here's an attempt at that. About the book I received this book from Hachette Audio as an audiobook copy in exchange for an honest… Continue reading Book Review: Post-Traumatic by Chantal V. Johnson
May was a slightly weird month, in the sense that it dragged on forever but also lasted approximately two minutes. I had to study for exams and write my final assignments but, after the suffering, I can finally say I'm done—mostly, as I still need to write my thesis. Once again, scheduled posts really came… Continue reading May Wrap-Up