10 Classic Books As Stereotypes of Their Readers

What does your favorite book say about you?

The 15 Best Books I Read in 2021, Ranked (Fiction Edition)

You know when you read a book that’s so good you wish you’d written it yourself? All the books on this list are like that for me.

Reflecting on 2021: Blogging Milestones, Reading Stats, and New Year’s Resolutions | 2021 Mega-Wrap-up

I simply refuse to believe that today is the last day of 2021.

Rating All 100+ Books I Read in 2021

It’s (basically) the end of 2021, and that means it’s my very favorite time of the blogging year: the couple weeks where I can make all of my content yearly wrap-ups and talk about my reading stats to my heart’s content.

Book Review: You Look Like A Thing And I Love You by Janelle Shane | How Does AI Really Work?

AI is everywhere now– and it’s very meme-able.

Reacting to My Old Writing: “Neighcity News” | My Spoof Horse Newspaper from Fourth Grade

To understand this post, you have to understand that in elementary school, I was very much a horse girl.

Book Review: You’ll Be The Death Of Me by Karen M. McManus | SPOILER REVIEW

You’ll Be the Death of Me wasn’t a perfect book by any means, but it sure was addictive as heck!

Why Identity Politics Could Ruin The Book Community If We’re Not Careful: #OwnVoices and Representation in Literature

I’ve been sitting on this post for a while, as there is a lot I’d like to say about this topic and I wanted to make sure I expressed my thoughts as well as possible! Representation in literature is an important and very complex topic, and I know my opinion on the matter isn’t going to be the same as everyone else’s.

Book Review: Dreamy Days and Random Naps by Mawson Bear

Looking for an adorable picture book to read to that one toddler in your life who never wants to take a nap? Well, I have just the book for you…