Puppies and a cutesy romance. Why not?


Rating: 4/5 Stars

Genre: Young Adult Short Story (Contemporary)

Published: March 10th, 2013

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saving yourself and how to go about doing it

offers to
save you
make it
your mission
save yourself.
i believe in you.

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Oooh, I love that quote. This is another review for the COYER challenge! It was also my one (and only, oops) review for the Write-On Review-a-thon.

Rating: 4/5 Stars

Genre: Young Adult Poetry

Published originally: April 23rd, 2016

Published again: February 14th, 2017

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Just a tad bit of poetry…

Life is always
In progress
Never done
Never truly finished
Always something more to do
Waiting for something to happen
Never done
My work is ongoing
And I will never reach the end
I am buried in all this never ending work
It only grows
It will cover me up
Until I no longer see the light of truth
And I will be buried in my own sweat
My own tears
My own blood
Buried by my own hand

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Happy Birthday to me! (yes, I’m posing right now)

Yup, it’s my birthday!

I’m going to have to get used to my new age haha. I always seem to get it down right before the next one comes along! I’m super excited for the year to come, blogging-wise as well as everything else! 🙂 Anyhoo, I figured I’d just do a quick little tag!


Thanks so much to Dimple @ Enthralling Dimple for tagging us! This was her first ever book tag, so check it out! She gave credit to all the creators, but ain’t nobody got time for that, so click on her links if you’d like to know where this all started. 🙂

For this tag, you have to relate your five most used emojis or five recently used emojis to books!

My (Evidently) Top Five Emojis:

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A fantastic post on the LGBT+ community- and books, of course!

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Quite a while ago, Shannon @ Typically Shannon and I talked about her doing a guest post for my blog. Obviously, it happened, but our communications were a bit confused for a while there, and her post got a tad lost (totally my fault, oops!). You’ll see very quickly when this was written. 😉 However, it’s absolutely still relevant, as Trump’s inauguration is still quite fresh in most of our minds. And I, for one, cannot wait to read this book! Aaaaaaand over to Shannon:

Only a few days ago, Donald Trump was elected President of the United States. With policies against same-sex marriage, plans to get rid of the Gender Equality Act that allows transgender people to use the bathroom they feel they identify most with, and a Vice President that supports conversion therapy, the LGBTQIAP+ community are severely under threat, their sexualities and genders being made out to be unnatural. With thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of people protesting day and night against Trump and his horrific ways, it is important that we too focus on the positive and beautiful aspects of the LGBT+ community, and help amplify their voices in such a tough and negative time. As this is a book blog, I decided to look into one of my favourite books that has an LGBT+ couple, Solitaire by Alice Oseman. Continue reading

A trans protagonist and an ADORABLE romance? YES.


Rating: 5/5 stars

Genre: LGBT Young Adult Contemporary

Published: May 3rd, 2016

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I joined an impromptu readathon!

I feel like half of my crazy posts start with that. I was hanging out with my family, doing a puzzle (sort of) and checking Twitter, when- WHAT? THE 24 IN 48 READATHON STARTS TONIGHT?

So of course, I had join. After all, what was I going to do with my weekend anyway? Continue reading