I Need More Girls Kissing Girls in My Bookish Life

One of my favorite things about the increased diversity of YA books (and I would argue the publishing world at large – although there’s obviously a long way still to go) is that we’re seeing more and more lesbian, bisexual, pan, and other queer girls in our books. And yet, when I was putting together … More I Need More Girls Kissing Girls in My Bookish Life

My Year in Music & Moments // A Look Back At 2018

We’ve finally reached the end of  my “A Look Back at 2018” posts! You know, over a month after 2018 ended. Whatever, procrastination will obviously never backfire on me. This is a short post, but there’s plenty of music to check out if you listen to my Spotify playlist, so I consider that a good … More My Year in Music & Moments // A Look Back At 2018

January is Almost Over, So Let’s Come Up With Some Resolutions!

The main reason I did this post was because I like the graphics I made for them. Yes, I am really that shallow, and I will continue to be. Anyway, I did a post last year about my resolutions, so I thought it would be a good idea to check in on them and see … More January is Almost Over, So Let’s Come Up With Some Resolutions!

Stats, Because Math is Fun! // 2018 Bookish Statistics

I hope you like stats. Of course, you read the title, so I doubt you clicked on this post unless you actually like stats. If you don’t, then you really should read titles, because they tell you important things. Anyway, onto the stats! I’m sure this post is inspired by so many other bloggers posting … More Stats, Because Math is Fun! // 2018 Bookish Statistics

Cheerleaders and Witches Have More in Common Than You Might Think // Mini-Reviews

The Cheerleaders (Kara Thomas) | Goodreads | 4 stars Kara Thomas is pretty darn good at writing dark mysteries, and I think this is no exception. Her protagonists are rarely likable – you might feel sorry for them or relate to them, but they’re never happy, super-nice girls. This is just another level of realism, … More Cheerleaders and Witches Have More in Common Than You Might Think // Mini-Reviews