June TBR

Hi! June starts tomorrow, marking the start of my Pride month reading challenge, #PRIDEMONTHBOOKS, and while I did put my TBR in the original post, here's an updated, slightly more realistic one. Missed what this all is about? You can read everything here! Let's get into it!  The Rest of Us Just Lives Here by Patrick… Continue reading June TBR

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Why you need to read Article Three

Hi! Today I wanted to share some of the reasons why you should want to read Article Three by Anna Jaksobsson Lund. If I'm doing this to avoid chemistry (which is ironic, because I'm anticipating AJL's (is that an okay shortening? My Swedish teacher says to never ever use the author's first name in anything… Continue reading Why you need to read Article Three

#PRIDEMONTHBOOKS

As you may know, June is pride month. To celebrate, and to try bringing some more awareness into the bookish community I've decided to make it "a thing". For the month of June I'll only be reading book with LGBTQIA+ characters and/or by authors in the community.  I'll be tracking my progress and give new… Continue reading #PRIDEMONTHBOOKS

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time: Review

Alternative title: The story of how I learned to research books before reading them The Curious Incident of the Dog in the night-Time by Mark Haddon Published: 2004 by Vintage Contemporaries  Genre: Fiction The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is about Christopher Boone, a 15 year old boy with Asperger’s Syndrome. He lives with… Continue reading The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time: Review