September Wrap-Up

Remember when in my August Wrap-Up I said, and I quote: "I am slowly getting back to posting more regularly"? Well, that was a fun one considering I haven't posted anything since then. I was confident I was going to have some time to blog in September, but finishing and then preparing to present my… Continue reading September Wrap-Up


August Wrap-Up

August went quite better than expected. I was on vacation from my job for most of it so I had more time to focus on my internship, which I'm now unfortunately over with. I also got to mostly finish my master's thesis—which I feel like I've been talking about forever—and relax a bit. I'm also… Continue reading August Wrap-Up

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Book Review: I’m Glad My Mom Died by Jennette McCurdy

As lots of people in their mid-twenties, I was a fan of iCarly back in the day. Sam was, hands down, my favourite character, so when I saw Jennette McCurdy had written a memoir, I simply had to read it. Today, I'm telling you what I thought of it (spoiler alert: it put me out… Continue reading Book Review: I’m Glad My Mom Died by Jennette McCurdy


One or Multiple POVs?

Today I would like to talk about different types of narrators in books, specifically about the one vs. multiple narrators debate. This is something I hadn't really payed all that much attention to until recently because I naively thought surely everyone liked multiple POVs better. In my brain there was no question that following more… Continue reading One or Multiple POVs?


Can We Love a Book Written by a Bad Person?

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?