Nanowrimo

Why I’m not doing NaNoWriMo this year

Yup, I said it, I’m not doing NaNoWriMo this year. I’d be lying if  I said I didn’t want to and I almost caved on October 31st, but I made myself a promise. I know what happened last year, and I told myself I wouldn’t do NaNo this year because of it. NaNoWriMo – National… Continue reading Why I’m not doing NaNoWriMo this year

TBRs and Wrap ups

September 2018 Wrap Up // Great poetry, a sweet web comic, and a diverse gay romance

Despite my hopes and wishes for the hot weather remain here forever, things definitely cooled down in September as summer inevitably turned into autumn. Unpopular opinion, but summer is my favourite season and I really enjoyed the hot weather we had in June and July. So I was a little disheartened when the weather cooled… Continue reading September 2018 Wrap Up // Great poetry, a sweet web comic, and a diverse gay romance

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Anime series you’ll not be able to stop watching

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. This week’s theme is: September 4: Bingeworthy TV Shows/Amazing Movies (The new fall TV… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Anime series you’ll not be able to stop watching

Book Features · Readathons

Tome Topple 2018 Wrap Up // Why I failed the readathon

OK, so the title makes this post sound a little overdramatic, but it’s not clickbait, I promise. I started Tome Topple with all the best intentions of reading at least three books, but in the end I only managed to finish half of that. So in my eyes, I did kind of fail. I’m sure… Continue reading Tome Topple 2018 Wrap Up // Why I failed the readathon

TBRs and Wrap ups

June 2018 Wrap Up // I devoted the entire month to reading queer fiction and now I don’t want to stop

June was, of course, pride month, and I managed to pick myself up a cute little rainbow flag badge from Gay’s The Word, which is now a permanent feature on my summer jacket. I also decided to devote June to reading only LGBTQIAP+ books, since there are so many out there I’ve been wanting to… Continue reading June 2018 Wrap Up // I devoted the entire month to reading queer fiction and now I don’t want to stop

Book Reviews

Book review: The Foxhole Court by Nora Sakavic

Author: Nora Sakavic Pages: 237 Genre: Contemporary, Sports, Thriller Publication Date: 15th January 2013 Read: April 4th – April 14th Rating:  Hope was a dangerous, disquieting thing, but he thought perhaps he liked it. (TW for mentions of slurs and abuse.) Neil is on the run from his murderous father, never staying in one place… Continue reading Book review: The Foxhole Court by Nora Sakavic