Hi everyone, welcome back to my blog! I’ve been really loving posting my wrap ups this year and back in May I posted a quick snapshot of everything I read in the first four months which I really like being able to look back on. So, I figured I’d do the same thing here for May, June, July and August!
Hi everyone, welcome to my blog! Today I’m bringing you my June tbr and it’s FULL of queer new releases and some fun backlist book that I’ve been meaning to get to for ages! I read A LOT of books in May so I’m hoping to really keep that momentum going for Pride and to also continue my amazing reading streak with the Graphicsathon later this month! I’m not going to lie, I’ve already read two books this month and I’m currently stuck into my third, but it’s only day 2 of the month so I’m trying not to get too far ahead of myself and I’m desperately trying not to get too cocky because then I’ll immediately get into a reading slump! Let me know if there are any books on my tbr that you’re also planning on picking up or if there are any I should avoid!
*If you’re interested to know my thoughts on a particular book , please do still tell me because that will definitely give me extra motivation to pick it up!Continue reading “ALL THE BOOKS ON MY JUNE TBR // Happy Pride! 🌈🌈🌈”
Hi everyone, welcome back to my blog! I’ve had a very intense reading year so far, with January and February being full-steam ahead and then reading hardly anything in the months after. So, now we’re almost halfway through the year and I’m wrapping up May! For May I was in a relaly comfortable reading mood where I was pretty much reading every day and I was enjoying the majority of what I read which is such a wonderful change from my recent wrap ups! Not only did I read 21 books but I also read three 5 star reads which is so exciting and I’ve now read 6 this year!
AYYYYYY GUESS WHO COMPLETED THEIR GOODREADS GOALContinue reading “MAY WRAP UP ~ Three 5 ⭐ reads in one month and reading 21 books!”
HI friends, welcome back to my blog! I wasn’t planning on doing a full review for this anthology but I was in a Shakespeare mood and I love talking about new releases so I figured I would do a quick breakdown of my thoughts on Dahlia Adler’s new Shakespeare Reimagined anthology that came out in March!
This isn’t a really in depth review because I didn’t take enough notes when I read it, but it does give you a good idea of what I thought of each story and the anthology as a whole (as someone who doesn’t typically enjoy short stories).
That Way Madness Lies: 15 of Shakespeare’s Most Notable Works Reimagined – Edited by Dahlia Adler / Stories by Emily Wibberley & Austin Siegemund-Broka, Mark Oshiro, Kayla Ancrum, Anna-Marie McLemore, Lily Anderson, Amy Rose Capetta & Cory McCarthy, Dahlia Adler, Brittany Cavallaro, Kiersten White, Lindsay Smith, Tochi Onyebuchi, Joy McCullough, Patrice Caldwell, Samantha Mabry, Melissa Bashardoust
YA, Short Stories, Reimaging, Fantasy/Contemporary/Sci-Fi/Romance, Queer
Publication Date: March 16, 2021
Trigger Warnings: racism, antisemitism, homophobia, child neglect, physical abuse/violence, child abuse, emotional abuse, grooming, loss of a loved one, self-harm, miscarriage
Overall Rating: ⭐⭐⭐Continue reading “That Way Madness Lies: 15 of Shakespeare’s Most Notable Works Reimagined ↞ 2021 Full Anthology Review/Break Down”