Saturdays are great for lazying around the house with critters and introverted activities. Aside from chasing and terrorising my cats, I plan on reading some great books and watching a couple of very interesting anime shows. I’m here today to share some of these with you all! What I’m Reading: The Black Book of Secrets…… Continue reading Weekend Reads & Anime Watching
Spring is finally in full bloom. My allergies have been having quite the raging party to celebrate. Trash bins filling up with a snowy mountain of tissues as the red-nose syndrome finds its way to my face. In observance of such a lovely time of year, I decided to do the Spring Reading Tag! Adding…… Continue reading Spring Reading Tag – Manga Edition!!
as the Moon, so beautiful (Tsuki ga Kirei) is an original romance anime that’s produced by feel. Animation Studio and being directed by Seiji Kishi (Kamisama Dolls, Assassination Classroom). The story revolves around middle-schoolers Kotaro, a bookish boy who aspires to become an author, and Akane, a track girl who really enjoys running. They meet…… Continue reading as the moon, so beautiful – First Impressions
Good morning, biblio-dragons! Welcome back to another week of sharing fantastic diverse literature! The meme was created by the wonderful Aimal Farooq over at Bookshelves & Paperbacks in an effort to feature more diverse authors and books within the bookworm community! If you are interested in checking out this fun diversity party, just click the…… Continue reading Diversity Spotlight Thursday #5: Queer Edition!
It has been quite a long time since I’ve read a contemporary young adult novel. It’s been so long, in fact, that I had forgotten that I’m not completely unfamiliar with the genre! When I picked up To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han, I convinced myself it was the first one…… Continue reading To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han – A Book Review
Once again I’ve fallen victim to fabulously irresistible book deals that have lured me into their traps! As such, I have a diverse book haul that consists of approximately 35 books!! On one hand, I’m extremely proud of myself for being able to discover so many awesome diverse titles. On the other hand, I’m kicking…… Continue reading February’s Massive Diverse Book Haul
“How had she gotten to this place of twisted self-hatred? She hadn’t done anything wrong. She hadn’t attacked and hurt someone else. So why was she being punished in this way—shut out of ordinary human activity, all those normal parts of life like smiling, conversation, hellos and how are yous?” The Pain Eater by Beth…… Continue reading The Pain Eater by Beth Goobie – A Book Review