Guest posts

Female pilots in WWII: A guest post by Kate Lord Brown

Hello, hello! You all know how much I love books about women entering the industrial workforce during WWII. One book I recently heard of from this specific sub-genre is The Beauty Chorus, an enthralling novel about three completely different women signing up to fly planes to help with the war effort. Today, I have Kate,…… Continue reading Female pilots in WWII: A guest post by Kate Lord Brown

Book Reviews

Blog tour: The Cotton Spinner by Libby Ashworth

I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. We all know I’m a huge fan of historical fiction and drama centered on war-time workforces. The Cotton Spinner is set not during a war, but the industrial revolution, but…… Continue reading Blog tour: The Cotton Spinner by Libby Ashworth

Book Reviews

8 1/2 Stone by Liz Jones: Raging fatphobia masked as body positivity

I received a copy of this book from the publicist in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. I warn you in advance, reader. This is going to be the snarkiest review I’ve given a book, especially a review copy. But I finished reading this dumpster fire of…… Continue reading 8 1/2 Stone by Liz Jones: Raging fatphobia masked as body positivity

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Blog tour | Hey, Tweet Cute, I want my wig back.

I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest reviewer. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. Listen. LI-sten. Before we go into how exactly Tweet Cute snatched my wig, we need to discuss my favourite topic of all time–myself. One of my absolute favourite movies is…… Continue reading Blog tour | Hey, Tweet Cute, I want my wig back.

Book Reviews

Of The Dutch House by Ann Patchett and melancholy realism

I listened to the audiobook of The Dutch House for well over two months. I am quite slower with audiobooks than physical ones, but two months was staggering even for me. But going into it, I knew this was going to be a raw, emotional read that will stay with me forever. Writing about The…… Continue reading Of The Dutch House by Ann Patchett and melancholy realism

Book Reviews · Listicle

13 short stories you can finish your Goodreads reading challenge with

Heya, nerds! There’s just a couple more weeks for this year (and this decade!) to end. Most of us are scrambling to finish our Goodreads reading challenges before the year ends. We all know numbers don’t matter and reading is only for our happiness, and yet, achieving the arbitrary number that you’ve set as your…… Continue reading 13 short stories you can finish your Goodreads reading challenge with

Book Reviews

The Death of Mungo Blackwell by Lauren H. Brandenburg

I received a copy of this book from the publicist in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own. If you’ve been following me for a while now, you’ll know just how much I love dark humour and quirky books. The fact that this book is about a family…… Continue reading The Death of Mungo Blackwell by Lauren H. Brandenburg