June Wrap Up + Favorites

Yet another month has passed, and it's time for another favorites post. This month I decided to include a wrap-up as well, since I want to promote the LGBTQ+ books I've been reading for #PRIDEMONTHBOOKS. I don't think I've ever been as sad for the end of a month as I am now. There's something… Continue reading June Wrap Up + Favorites


Diversity Spotlight Thursday #2 | girls who likes girls

Diversity Spotlight Thursday is a weekly meme hosted by Aimal @ Bookshelves & Paperbacks you can find the original post and the rules here. What you have to do is basically just answer the 3 questions below. Today I'm doing the Diversity Spotlight with focus on girls who likes girls. (Also, I'm very aware this is… Continue reading Diversity Spotlight Thursday #2 | girls who likes girls

Review: It’s Not Like It’s a Secret

It's Not Like It's a Secret by Misa Sugiura Published by HarperCollins in May, 2017 The first half of this book was actually really good. It wasn't wow but it was perfectly enjoyable and I thought that it was a cute romance that I could recommend to just about anyone. Then, it wasn't anymore.  Let's start… Continue reading Review: It’s Not Like It’s a Secret

Review: The Melody of You and Me

The premise of The Melody of You and Me (TMOYAM) promises a sweet novella about two girls falling in love in a bookstore. Amazing, isn't it? It was absolutely great, but unfortunately it didn't go much further than what could be read at the back of the book. After dropping out of university and breaking… Continue reading Review: The Melody of You and Me

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


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