Hey guys, welcome back to my blog! This year I’ve been focusing on getting to know other bloggers in our bookish community and right now I think it’s more important than ever to be staying positive and engaging with each other online, so today I’m interviewing Star @ LittleMissStar!
I loved getting to know Star more through reading her answers to my questions! She’s such a fun personality and I can’t wait for all of you to get to know her too!
Here are some of Star’s most recent blog posts if you’re curious to see what she writes about!
I’m Australian, and legend has it that I was born with a book in my hand, but you’d have to ask my mum for confirmation of that. I mean, I was born a month late, so it’s entirely possible that I wasbusy reading in there and didn’t want to come out.
I am in my early 30s, and I’m an out and proud lesbian.
My favourite book is Amelia Westlake (love that lesbian and #LoveOzYA representation!), and my favourite colour is pink!
I wish that I lived in perpetual winter, because I hate the heat, and I’d probably be better off living somewhere colder, but that hasn’t happened yet, sadly.
I stopped reading books for a long time because fanfiction was better. I have been in multiple fandoms, and to this day, I have only ever found a handful of books that have moved me the way fanfiction does.
I do post reviews, but I am trying my hand at posting memes, and doing other bloggish posts that are relating to books. My aim in 2020 is to do more of those.
I post a lot of LGBTQ content. I’m all about that queerness! Also pink. My blog is very pink.
I’m not exactly sure if I’ve found it yet? I’m still so very, very new, so I’m learning as I go.
My biggest goal is to just keep having fun. The moment it stops being fun is the moment that I’m out. Whether it is a break, or forever, I’m not sure. Probably just a break, but that hasn’t happened so far, so that’s good!
It’s a lot of work. My Instagram is a lot of work, so hard work isn’t new to me. But actually putting down proper, eloquent thoughts is harder than I thought it would be. Sometimes I just don’t gel with a book, but I want to make sure I write a decent review for it, but it’s proven to be harder than anticipated.
Hmmm, that’s hard. Maybe Harriet or Will from Amelia Westlake – both lesbians, both feminists, both just trying to do the right thing.
If you like that queer content, I do try to have a lot of it. Because that is what means a lot to me. I never had queer books growing up, so I am all about reading them now.
I post honest reviews, and that means for books I give one star to as well. And books that I love to death (hello Call Down the Hawk) I will write gushing prose about.
Thank you for letting me a part of this series!
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