[book-info]My Review of “Finding Angel”:
Finding Angel was a cute little fantasy, with the kind of starting action that many of us have probably imagined at some point or another. While I didn’t completely buy that Angel (whose name I hate) is the only kid at her school that likes unicorns and fantasy novels, most of us can relate at least a degree of isolation from our peers. It took me a while…
Welcome to Push That Book!
This is a new feature on the blog where I ask a friend to choose a book they love but that I have not read, then we discuss it. I’m trying this out for two reasons: 1) I’m bored of writing reviews where I can’t actually DISCUSS spoilers. I can tag them, but can’t talk about how the book ended, so I wanted to do that. 2) One of my goals for this year is to collaborate…
Responding to her middle school’s ban on shorts, leggings and yoga pants for girls.
I’m glad to see these young girls are standing up for their rights and calling the school out on sexism.
This same type of overcorrection is what led to girls not being able to wear spaghetti straps or even sleeveless shirts because your bra strap might be showing and God forbid a teenage boy see it and remember that girls wear bras because girls have boobs.
[book-info]My Review of “Better Off Friends”:
*dances through forest with book*
Sometimes you know exactly what kind of book you want to read, and for me, a lot of times that involves the best friends fall in love trope. I didn’t have a lot of good guy friends growing up, and the idea of the guy that’s “been there all along” is very appealing to my romantic heart. Heck, I’ve even got a GoodReads…
Re-Read Round Up is a feature wherein I talk about books I’m rereading and may have already reviewed.
I’m sure you’ve seen it around: that wish that many book lovers had that they could re-read a favorite book as if for the first time, so they could relive the rush of not knowing what will happen, where the plot will go and what the characters will do, relive that feeling of finishing a book and