This book really messed with my head.
George Orwell manages to articulate why people using political buzzword salad is so annoying in one essay.
Well, if I thought February was bad… March was just another level. I’ve been in this weird sort of limbo for the past couple of weeks, but in any case this led to me reading a lot. And I consider that an absolute win.
Two years ago, the Internet changed forever.
With TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, the Metaverse and I’m sure some as-of-yet un-invented new addictive type of social media on the rise, it’s hard not to foretell the death of blogging.
Separating the art from the artist has long been a debate in the world of literature.
I think (hope) we can all agree this month was not the best.
YA (Young Adult) fiction kind of gets a bad rap amongst some echelons of society, a phenomenon that’s been well-documented by bloggers and defensive book influencers all across the Internet.
My friend told me to read this seven years ago. I should have listened.
In which I again reveal that though I can’t think of my own ideas for books, I always have tons of ideas on how I would write someone else’s awesome idea…
Hello and welcome to another post in which I give a lengthy summary of my month that no one wants to read but which I will use to walk down memory lane in future years.
It’s been a while since I did a book tag on here, so here we go!
I reached 800 blog (including email) followers a few days ago, so I asked on Twitter and Instagram for some questions for an “AMA” post to commemorate the milestone. Thank you so much to everyone who supports this blog!
Hello everyone! Since it’s almost the end of the year, I’m looking to get some feedback on Frappes & Fiction.
To understand this post, you have to understand that in elementary school, I was very much a horse girl.
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…
This might be sacrilegious for me to say as a book blogger, but we all know book reviews are something of a squishy, subjective business.
This is my latest wrap-up post in the history of this blog and for that I sincerely apologize….
It’s hard to describe the feeling I’ve had since the beginning of September.