Posting Opportunities and Giveaways (Again)

Some time ago, I made this post to kind of gauge this idea I had for post tags that would involve getting more blogger engagement, offer ideas for posts other bookbloggers could write themselves, and a giveaway opportunity. I really wanted to develop something incredibly fun for all of you (and for myself, admittedly). And I…

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A Transgender Main Character and an Interracial Relationship; Recent NetGalley Requests

This one was really hard to create a title for, I'll be honest. There's a lot to both of these books that I think is really important to note and I apologize if I didn't quite get it right. But I am really excited to share both Freeing Finch and Seneca Lake with you all. I think each…

Different Kids and Maths; Recent NetGalley Requests

These are both kid's books, one for young children and the other for middlegrade readers. I'm pretty excited to read both of them, though. The topics are ones that I really believe we need to see more of in children's literature. A children's book that uses animals to portray the experiences of minorities. A mystery…

The Princess of Baker Street [Mia Kerick]; Throwback Thursday

You know, if memory serves me correctly, I really loved The Princess of Baker Street by Mia Kerick, which is pretty exciting considering some of her books have been hit or miss for me. But this one was really compelling, the story of two young characters, a transgender young girl and the neglected boy who loved…