Book Review | The Porpoise

You probably already know I’m a pretty big fan of weird fiction. But I did not know what I was getting into with Mark Haddon’s newest novel, The Porpoise. To be fair, I hadn’t read any of Haddon’s books before this one (no, I still haven’t read The Curious Case of the Dog in the […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – June 16

I have a lot of books to talk about this week. Because, after a few slower reading weeks, I finished a total of – wait for it – eight books! I’d call that an amazing reading week. And, because I’m tired (what’s new) and there are obviously a lot of books to talk about, let’s […]

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15 Queer Books on My TBR

Last week, I published 10 Must-Reads for Pride Month – go check that out if you missed it – so, today, I wanted to share some queer reads that are still on my TBR. Feel free to convince me to read these sooner rather than later, because a few of them have been living on […]

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Secret Life of a Book Blogger Tag

It’s time for another book tag! I came across this one on Howling Libraries – you should all go check out Destiny’s blog! – and thought it looked like fun. So, it’s time to find out all about my secret life as a book blogger! How long have you been blogging? I’ve been blogging about […]

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Book Review | The Affair of the Mysterious Letter

Something you should know about me: I am a fan of pretty much anything Sherlock Holmes. When I came across The Affair of the Mysterious Letter by Alexis Hall, I needed to read it. I just can’t resist a good Sherlock retelling (in any form). Bonus: this one features a female “Sherlock” character and some […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – June 9

Happy weekend everyone! I hope you’re all having a great weekend. It’s been a busy week for me. But I ended it with something really amazing! If you follow me on Instagram, you might already know what it is. But I’m going to talk about the books I’ve read this week first, so keep reading! […]

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Book Review | Time After Time

It’s probably not a great sign that I don’t really remember why Lisa Grunwald’s Time After Time caught my eye. Maybe it was the cover, or the time-traveling historical romance. I didn’t have very high expectations for this book, but, unfortunately, I still ended up disappointing. (All reviews are spoiler-free unless otherwise noted.) Synopsis (From […]

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