Book Review | The Last Human

Since the apocalypse is happening right now (not really) what better time than to read a book about the last human in the universe? Which is exactly what I did this weekend (when I wasn’t glued to the Nintendo Switch I just bought myself). Anyway, I am very tired – because of course I’m writing […]

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Weekly Wrap Up | March 22

Happy Sunday everyone! I hope you’re all having a good weekend and that you’re staying safe and well. It’s been a hard week for a lot of people, but we’re going to get through this. But, since I’m sure you’ve all seen enough news, lets just talk about the books! This week, the only book […]

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O.W.L. Magical Readathon – Plans & TBR

I am very excited today, because I’ve decided to participate in the Magical Readathon and get my O.W.L.s! I was upset that I missed it the last few years, and am so excited to be able to participate next month! In case you are unaware of the Magical Readathon, it was created a few years […]

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Books to Escape Into (Because We Could All Use an Escape Right Now)

I think it’s safe to say the world has gone a little bit insane. COVID is a serious problem (I work in a medical school and it’s been kind of a disaster in a lot of ways). As is the fact that people can’t get toilet paper. This situation is stressful for a lot of […]

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Book Review | Enter the Aardvark

If you know anything about me, you probably know I like weird books. And I have been reading some pretty weird ones lately, but Jessica Anthony’s Enter the Aardvark is definitely up there on the weirdness scale. I mean, the title alone should probably clue you in, but there’s also the fact that this is […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – March 15

Today, we’re not going to talk about the fact that the world has gone absolutely insane. (I’m not talking about the virus – even though it’s a really big deal and we should be taking it seriously – I’m talking about the fact that THERE IS NO TOILET PAPER OR HAND SANITIZER and people suck.) […]

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Nonfiction Recommendations | Books About Women, By Women

It’s no secret that I read a lot of nonfiction. And one thing I’ve been trying to read more of is nonfiction written by women. Don’t get me wrong, there is a lot of great nonfiction out there written by men, including some amazing biographies of women or books that tackle feminist issues (looking at […]

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