Hi everyone, welcome or welcome back to my blog! Bridgerton season 2 just released on Netflix a few days ago so I figured it was time for a rewatch of season 1 before I dive into the enemies to lovers brilliance that is Kate and Anthony! I watched Bridgerton season 1 back in 2020 when it first came out, with no prior knowledge of the characters or the series so I’m excited to rewatch it now, having, of course, seen it all before and having read the entire series of books as well.
Hey everyone, welcome or welcome back to my blog! Today I’m finally back with some more reviews which I know are more than overdue since I didn’t have time to post any throughout February! I absolutely loved this batch of picture books and I really hope that you’ll pick some of them up after reading my short reviews! There isn’t a book in this stack that I wouldn’t recommend!Continue reading “Picture Book Reviews | March 2022”
Hi everyone! 2021 has been the year of tv reviews on my blog and I don’t plan on stopping!/Ive been loving reviewing different shows on Netflix and Disney+ but they’ve mostly been heavier shows so I thought I’d shale things up and review a comedy. I have seen the first few seasons of this show before but I was in the mood for a rewatch and I figured I’d note down my thoughts while I watched! Enjoy!
TW: relationship cheating, ended relationshipsContinue reading “New Girl Season 1 Rewatch Review & Discussion | Rewatching an old favourite! 😍”
Hi everyone, welcome back to my blog! I’ve been really loving watching and reviewing the Disney+ MCU tv shows this year so this is my latest review since What If…? just finished a few days ago! I really enjoyed this one (though not as much as I expected to) so it has me very excited for season 2!
This is the part of my review where I remind everyone that all the thoughts and opinions in this blog post are just that, thoughts and opinions. No hate just because you might disagree! I’d love to know why in the comments (as long as you can be nice about it!)
Let me know in the comments what you thought of the show and I can’t wait to hear your thoughts on the points I talked about! And let me know if you want to see more posts like this in the future!Continue reading “What If…? Season 1 (2021) Spoiler Review & Discussion | The MCU continues! 🤯🌟❤”
The Throne of Fire – Rick Riordan
2/3 The Kane Chronicles Trilogy
Middle Grade, Mythology
Buddy read with Destiny
Trigger Warnings: Racism, enclosed spaces, death, loss of a loved one (past), injury, sibling separation
Publication date: May 3rd, 2011
Title: Birds of Prey (2020)
Director: Cathy Yan
Triggers: Talk of dead parents, death, murder
Release Date: 06 February 2020 (Aus)
TITLE: The Magician’s Nephew
AUTHOR: C. S. Lewis
SERIES? Book 1/7 “The Chronicles of Narnia”
GENRE/ AGE RANGE: Fantasy, Middle-Grade
TRIGGER WARNINGS: Illness
PUBLICATION DATE: May 2nd, 1955
TITLE: Stalking Jack The Ripper
AUTHOR: Kerri Maniscalco
SERIES? ‘Stalking Jack The Ripper’ book 1/4
GENRE/ AGE RANGE: Mystery, Historical Fiction, Young Adult
TW: death, drug abuse (Opium), past trauma, loss of a loved one, autopsies, serial killer, insomnia, paranoia, misogyny (not always challenged allowed, often challenged by MC), smoking, abusive/harmful parenting, women attacked on the street, missing body parts, injury, flayed dead body, organ transplants, use of word ‘spastic’ (not in relation to a person)
PUBLICATION DATE: September 20th, 2016
Hey everyone, welcome back to my blog! Today I’m coming at you with my review of the Lunar Chronicles series by Marissa Meyer! I started buddy reading this series with my bookish bestie Rebecca in January of this year and just finished reading it last month! Overall, it was such a positive experience and I can’t wait to buddy read a new series with Rebecca as soon as we can make it happen!
Main TW for the entire series: death, manipulation (emotional, physical), murder, rape, loss, non-consensual kisses & relationships, abuse, injury, loss of limbs/body parts
↣ Just in general, the series can get pretty dark especially in Fairest and Winter
Title: Aladdin (2019)
Director: Guy Ritchie
Series? I hope so! A standalone, at the moment.
Triggers: Talk of dead parents, death, poor/starving children
Publication Date: 23 May 2019