I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. I started loving Red, White & Royal Blue right after I read the blurb. It seemed to have all the elements of a book I would usually love, and it was…… Continue reading Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston
There, I said it. I first read the book when I was a teenager, and yes, my first impression was that of a tragic love story too. But re-reading it and years of watching popular culture tell women that the tortured hero is sexy and “partner material” has convinced me otherwise. And now I’m going…… Continue reading No, Wuthering Heights is not a love story.
Hiya, nerds, and welcome back to yet another Wednesday Wisdom post! Today’s blogging advice is pretty simple and it has everything to do with NetGalley. Let me paint a picture for you. You see an amazing book on NetGalley that you really, really want to read, so you hit Request. You move on to other…… Continue reading I was approved to view a NetGalley title but the publisher archived it. What do I do?
Hi there! Monthly wrap-ups aren’t really my thing, but the one thing I’ve been doing religiously ever since I started this blog (in addition to showing off about it) is a yearly wrap-up. So here’s a look at how this year was for me. I started 2018 with a bang! I was vacationing in the…… Continue reading Here’s looking at you, 2018.
You know me. I’m just your run-of-the-mill Sandra Bullock fan and a book nerd. I saw Bird Box’s trailer and was hooked immediately! I love post-apocalyptic stories and Sandy Bullock was starring in it? The popcorn was already a-poppin’. I only recently discovered that the movie was actually based on a book, so I immediately…… Continue reading Bird Box Netflix TV show and book review
I received a copy of this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. I had HUGE expectations of this book when I first requested it on NetGalley. Sourpuss is a word I’ve been called way too many times before, the main character seemed relatable,…… Continue reading Sourpuss by Merricat Mulwray
Hiya, nerds! I’m supposed to be polishing a thinkpiece about Wuthering Heights I’ve written for the blog, but I just can’t get myself to do it. Sundays are for lazing around. I really don’t want to think about how Wuthering Heights is a gothic deconstruction of traditional romances, ‘kay? Anywho. Today, I saw a nice…… Continue reading 5 sacrilegious book opinions you can pry out of my cold, dead hands.