BookTube Thoughts; Why I’m Not There Yet

Honestly, I spent a rather large portion of my day today watching Youtube Videos, which by and large feels somewhat depressing to me since a) it's not something I typically do and b) I now feel like I've accomplished precisely nothing today. And it's such an interesting/funny feeling looking at it all because I find…

The Traveling Companion [Hans Christian Andersen]

The Traveling Companion by Hans Christen Andersen is another of those stories that really subscribes to the whole women need male saviors and men and women will fall in love with each other despite barely knowing one another theme. And while ultimately it follows a pretty typical format for fairytales, as the years have gone on…

WWII Resistance and a Rug; Recent NetGalley Requests

It's been a while since I did this, mainly because I've just been so damn busy. It's absolutely insane how much adult life takes out of you sometimes, so much so that I realized recently that I have completely dropped the ball on updating books I read last week posts. I cry. Anyway, here are a…

Books are the New Black [The Hating Game] Blogger Support Feature

Leslie @ Books are the New Black is a pretty brilliant bookblogger and she has a rather fun About Me page that I definitely think you all should take a moment to check out. Aside from having once worked in a library and spending quite a bit of her time reading, Leslie's also pretty into crafting…

The Meaning of Birds [Jaye Robin Brown]; 2019 YA Releases

The Meaning of Birds by Jaye Robin Brown is probably a wonderfully amazing contemporary story about loss and healing. Unfortunately, for that very reason, it's definitely not for me. I've said in the past that I'm really not the biggest fan of contemporary novels, especially contemporary romance as I make very few exceptions for the books…