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TOP TEN TUESDAY: Fictional Crushes

NOT ME POSTING A TOP TEN TUESDAY ON TIME FOR ONCE. Best of all, today's topic is FICTIONAL CRUSHES. My name is Lauren and I have a Type. Hades from Greek mythology I still secretly want to be goth; crushing on the god of the Underworld seems like a decent way to achieve that. The… Continue reading TOP TEN TUESDAY: Fictional Crushes


2021 Books You Need to Know About

I have a problem, and that is: There are SO MANY good books either out now or coming soon. I ordered a few of these for myself and think everyone should know about them. Here's a list I compiled that just about covers all the bases. I hope you find something that appeals to you.… Continue reading 2021 Books You Need to Know About


Top Ten DNFs of 2020

Another band wagon for me! I DNFed a fair number of books this year. These are the ones I remember best. Space Opera by Catherynne M. Valente I thought this book was trying too hard to be The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. It also made way more gender jokes than I felt comfortable with.… Continue reading Top Ten DNFs of 2020


Sapphic Book Tag

It's the 23nd of Pride Month. I'm doing this tag today in celebration. Theresa, this tag's creator, used well-known mainstream sapphic books for each of the prompts. Since I recced multiple books for most of the prompts, you're getting...four times the recommendations? YOU'RE WELCOME. Crier's War by Nina Varela An enemies-to-lovers book As you may know,… Continue reading Sapphic Book Tag


Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag

Hello! It's the middle of the year! My mind is goo! Time for a freak-out. I was tagged by Nikkie at @Nikkie Reads. (PLEASE check out her blog for good queer content.)   (A note to readers: Thank you for reading and for leaving comments! I will respond ONE OF THESE DAYS!) How much have… Continue reading Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag


Women’s History Book Tag

HAPPY MARCH! The VERY amazing Margaret @ Weird Zeal created this excellent original tag for Women's History Month (which is THIS MONTH! RIGHT NOW!) Margaret has "a lot of feelings" (same) and writes lovely, passionate reviews. She recently shared about her editing process, inspiring me to print out my own NaNo novel and give editing… Continue reading Women’s History Book Tag



We're BACK AGAIN with more references and jokes! Let me get straight to the point. WELCOME TO THE SECOND BUDDY-READ DISCUSSION POST INVOLVING TRICIA LEVENSELLER'S DAUGHTER OF THE SIREN QUEEN. Jenna and I came back for the sequel and had a blast reading it. We have been screaming about this book for weeks and we'd love… Continue reading DAUGHTER OF THE SIREN QUEEN BY TRICIA LEVENSELLER || BUDDY READ DISCUSSION



Hello friends. Are you ready for my pirate-y content? Honestly, you don't have much of a choice. As you may know, Jenna and I buddy-read both Daughter of the Pirate King and its sequel Daughter of the Siren Queen. Truth be told, I found out Jenna was planning to read the first book and asked, "HEY, CAN I… Continue reading DAUGHTER OF THE PIRATE KING BY TRICIA LEVENSELLER || BUDDY READ DISCUSSION


BUDDY READ: Daughter of the Siren Queen

(Spoilers for Daughter of the Pirate King) I’ve waited a long time to say this: JENNA AND I ARE BACK FOR THE SEQUEL. We buddy-read Daughter of the Pirate King last December and I’ve been anticipating the follow-up ever since. We meant to read this book over the course of four weeks and ended up… Continue reading BUDDY READ: Daughter of the Siren Queen


Wanderlust Book Tag

I'm not much of a traveler, but I just read a book that made me fond of small towns. I want to live in a lighthouse and paint all day...and I DON'T EVEN PAINT. I found this tag, created by Alexandra @ Reading by Starlight, on Zezee's blog. Secrets and lies: a book set in a… Continue reading Wanderlust Book Tag