Well well friends, it’s been a while! But I am back to finally give you the conclusion to my research series (I know you have been eagerly awaiting it, after all). However, while there is much research about the benefits of counterstereotypes in literature, there is relatively little research about the impact of stereotypical representations … Continue reading Research: Stereotypes and Books
AHHH SO MANY TEARS. Wallace Price is dead, and a jerk. When his reaper, Mei, comes to collect him, Wallace can’t believe his fate. But then he meets Hugo, the man who will guide him into the life beyond. What starts as a tenuous tolerance of Hugo at first soon blooms into something like friendship. … Continue reading ARC Review: Under the Whispering Door
I seriously can’t even form coherent thoughts after reading that because it was just so good?? I can easily see this being the biggest fantasy book of the year. This was art. And I don’t know how to review art. So this post should be interesting. I’m not sure how to summarize this one because … Continue reading ARC Review: Iron Widow
Wow, its been a while since my last tips and tricks post! When you first start reviewing, it can be so difficult to find your own style, and to know what makes a good review. While the latter is very subjective, there are certain elements of a review that you can’t go wrong in using. … Continue reading Tips and Tricks: Writing Reviews
Sigh. This is why I can’t read romance books. August doesn’t believe in putting down roots, getting too comfortable, and she certainly doesn’t believe in love. That’s is until she meets Jane on day on the subway, a girl that looks like she could be straight out of a 70s. There’s just one problem: Jane … Continue reading Book Review: One Last Stop
This month I didn’t read as much as I hoped because things got SOOOO BUSY. However I am still a bit ahead to finish my goodreads goal this year, which has actually never happened (so fingers crossed). I’m hoping with all the time I spend waiting for the bus to and from campus I’ll get … Continue reading Wrap up: August 2021
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