It’s Monday! Borrowed this meme from Ali @ Our Book Boyfriends , who borrowed it from a long list of other bloggers. This meme is an opportunity to update everyone on what I read last week, what I’m reading now and what’s on the old TBR pile. And also, to connect with others in the book community.Continue reading “It's Monday, What are you reading? #IMWAYR”
These are strange times and they’re only getting stranger. Luckily, I’ve read enough YA Dystopian novels over the years to be prepared. Here’s your comprehensive survival guide to getting through these tough times.Continue reading “Girl's Guide to Surviving in a YA Dystopia”
It’s that time of year again! Time to post my favorite reads from last year. 2019 wasn’t the best reading year for me – I fell ten books short of my Goodreads reading challenge of eighty books. But I also read a lot of great books! Here are my five-star reads from 2019!Continue reading “Favorite Reads of 2019”
It’s almost impossible to walk into a movie theatre nowadays and not see a Super Hero movie emblazoned on the marquee. The market is completely oversaturated with the latest Marvel and DC movies and doesn’t show any sign of stopping. There were a select few that appealed to me – Wonderwoman and Black Panther, for instance. But for the most part, it was hard to see myself reflected in the superhero universe.
The Superhero formula seems to be teams of 4 to 5 cis, white men and a single female (who invariably has a sexy, impractical costume unlike her male counterparts). But there’s still hope for you if these comics (and their movie counterparts) don’t appeal.
Here are some of my favorite – female-led, diverse, LGBTQIA, and body-positive – comics and graphic novels.
I’ll probably die with a giant list of T.B.R. (To Be Read) books. I’ve mostly come to terms with this. One lifetime is simply not enough to devour all of life’s stories. In some ways, there’s even something comforting about having a Scherazade’s stockpile of tales. If you’re a reader, you’ll always have a friend. You’ll have always have new stories to look forward to. And you’ll never, ever run out of words.
The problem is…knowing when to give up.
Here are some of my most anticipated reads of the year to come!
Ahhh, the new year. A time, when we all collectively rush out to buy gym memberships we will use for a month and pay for for the next eleven. I’m completely guilty of rushing headlong into resolutions – like a bull charging a red cape. And surprise! – that cape continually gets yanked out of reach – until even looking at the color red makes me feel guilty and annoyed. Studies show that only 8% percent of people keep their resolutions, which begs the question: Are we doomed to fail?