Acting Wild [Maria Birmingham]

Honestly, despite getting more or less what I expected from Acting Wild by Maria Birmingham and illustrated by Dave Whamond, I have to admit that I didn't really like it. To a certain extent, I think that I thought there would be more scientific-related commentaries regarding how we are similar to other animals and ultimately it…

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…