In Sophie Gonzales’ Perfect on Paper, Leah on the Offbeat meets To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before: a bisexual girl who gives anonymous love advice to her classmates is hired by the hot guy to help him get his ex back Her advice, spot on. Her love life, way off. Darcy Phillips:• Can give… Read more Review: Perfect on Paper by Sophie Gonzales →
Hey y’all! Today I’m back with something a bit different—I’m interviewing my friend Andrea Ulibarrena about her novella One Wish. I beta read this book back in 2019 and cried over it, and Andrea self-published it in 2020, so now all of y’all can read it and cry too. I cannot recommend this novella enough,… Read more Author Interview: Andrea Ulibarrena, Author of One Wish →
hi. look at me. blogging twice in a week. who am I? anyways yeah I think I failed a LOT of my goals, but in my defence . . . it was a fucking weird year. at this point I’m sort of just proud of myself for surviving tbh, so yeah I honestly don’t even… Read more did i fail my 2020 goals + setting some goals for 2021 →
hi y’all, I’ve been debating what to put in this post for the last like ten days but I think I’ve finally decided on a tentative ranking for my top ten, so I guess we’re doing this now (yes I’m procrastinating homework shh). If you want to check out my (very cringey and also horrendously… Read more My Top Ten Favourite Books of 2020 →
Hey y’all! I haven’t been as active on here as I was hoping this month (and will probably continue this way until December), but I am back with a monthly wrap up! this totally isn’t my favourite post to write every month I’ve been a little bit swamped this month, and I honestly can’t believe… Read more October Wrap Up | ft. baking and otherwise having no life →
Hey y’all!! Nanowrimo is coming up and although I’m certainly not an expert, I thought I might be able to provide a bit of advice for any nano newbies out there! I’m definitely not just desperate because I’m out of any other post ideas. Whether you’re a returning nano-er or a new one, nano is… Read more Some Tips and Tricks for Surviving NaNoWriMo →
Hey y’all, I’m procrastinating plotting! I haven’t posted in a little while, and I thought it would be fun to introduce y’all to my characters for my nanowrimo WIP. This may or may not be my excuse to do something vaguely productive ish to develop this idea before November without actually plotting, but you didn’t… Read more Introducing Y’all to my Characters for NaNoWriMo →
In case you haven’t talked to me/read my blog/gone on any of my social medias lately: I’m obsessed with Julie and the Phantoms And as I was humming one of the songs from the soundtrack—as I do almost constantly right now because it’s all I want to listen to—and thinking about writing my September wrap… Read more Julie and the Phantoms Songs as Book Recs →
Wrap ups always used to be my favourite type of posts to write, so I’m sort of excited to get to write one again now that I’m blogging regularly(ish) again! I’m not entirely sure how I want to structure these posts anymore, so it might take a few months before I get into it, but… Read more September Wrap Up | ft. Avatar: The Last Airbender, Julie and the Phantoms, & my WIPS →
I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I had a lot of mixed feelings about this book. On the one hand, I absolutely flew through it. On the other hand, it wasn’t actually . . . good? Which isn’t even to say I don’t recommend it—it’s an over-the-top, fluffy, vaguely trashy sapphic… Read more Book Review: The Year Shakespeare Ruined My Life by Dani Jensen →
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