#REVIEW of THE GENTLEMEN’S GUIDE TO VICE AND VIRTUE by Mackenzie Lee #historical fiction #lgbtqia #youngadult

#REVIEW of THE GENTLEMEN’S GUIDE TO VICE AND VIRTUE by Mackenzie Lee #historical fiction #lgbtqia #youngadult

Holy shit on a stick. So, confession, I have been wanting to read A Gentlemen's Guide to Vice and Virtue ever since it was released. This was mainly because of two reasons: one; lgbtqia historical romance which HELLO YES THANK YOU HELP QUENCH MY THIRST; and second, an ACTUAL HAPPY ENDING ! We have been [...]

A MUST READ! FIERCE FEMALE READS FEBRUARY ANNOUNCEMENT!!!!!

A MUST READ! FIERCE FEMALE READS FEBRUARY ANNOUNCEMENT!!!!!

Hell to the yeah You have absolutely no idea how excited I am to announce the most amazing blog tour/readathon/giveaway BONANZA! In collaboration with Ashley at Falling Down the Book Hole and alongside a literal incredible troupe of bookbloggers within the community, have brought to you the month of February where we celebrate the Fierce Female - [...]

BLOG TOUR!! #REVIEW of Milk of the Moon by Sen Rajah #poetry

BLOG TOUR!! #REVIEW of Milk of the Moon by Sen Rajah #poetry

Rajah debuts with a powerful collection of poetry that toes the line between lyrical artistry and complete and utter nonsensical peculiarity. I am going to have to admit that reading Sen Rajah's Milk of the Moon was quite an exhaustive experience. It proved to be incredibly powerful, eye-opening and tragic but also innocent-like and hopeful. There can [...]

TROPES IN FICTION THAT DO NOT BUTTER MY CROISSANT

TROPES IN FICTION THAT DO NOT BUTTER MY CROISSANT

The Chosen One Legitimately, why? So, this post is a long time coming, I must say. My last post, and first post, in this series, specifically explored love triangles in Young Adult fiction. This time around, I thought to extend the post to all fiction, just because I felt like it. In this post, I will be [...]

BLOG TOUR!! REVIEW OF VITELLIUS’ FEAST BY L.J. TRAFFORD #Fiction #AncientRome #review

BLOG TOUR!! REVIEW OF VITELLIUS’ FEAST BY L.J. TRAFFORD #Fiction #AncientRome #review

Crafting a spectacular narrative from the remnants of Ancient Rome, L.J. Trafford brings forth a brutal and bloody, but humorous and sometimes outright hilarious, conclusion to the Four Emperors Series. Do you know how long it has taken me to find the words to write this review? I was approached by the lovely Jessica from [...]

Why I read and a (small) discussion about mental health.

Why I read and a (small) discussion about mental health.

"who actually reads books anymore?"*rolls eyes aggressively* I legitimately hate comments like that written above. You would be surprised at how many times I have heard this. And it makes me so infinitely angry. What motivated me to write this post was a journey of reminiscence.  Specifically, I was brainstorming an idea for another blog [...]