Discussion: I Love Trash (Books)

'Trash' has evolved as a colloquial term to mean a number of things. "I'm Marissa Meyer trash" "This song is trash" "We stan trash" Trash can be used to describe a state of being, as an adjective and with a positive or negative connotation. Today, I'd like to talk about the Book Trash. Namely, the … Continue reading Discussion: I Love Trash (Books)

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Bookish Discussion: I don’t like graphic novels???

Confession time: I don't think I like graphic novels. Nobody panic, let me explain! This admission isn't made willy-nilly; thanks to some inspiration from some friends and Booktubers, I've actually taken a more active interest in graphic novels this year and have read 9 so far - all in different series. But, after rating only … Continue reading Bookish Discussion: I don’t like graphic novels???

Discussion: Failing at readathons / Having bad reading weeks

The topic of reading comparison is definitely one we discuss a lot in the book community, but I think it gets especially bad during readathons. And this week I was FEELIN IT. So for anyone new to my blog, I co-host a monthly readathon called #AYearAThon. It's honestly great, and we have awesome members that … Continue reading Discussion: Failing at readathons / Having bad reading weeks

Book Discussion: The Importance of Diverse Books as a White, CisHet Reader

If you couldn't tell by my Irish name, I'm white. My whole family on both sides is white (no interracial marriages to speak of), I grew up in suburbia North Carolina and went to Catholic school for 16 years. I'm also a non-trans individual and heterosexual. I wasn't exposed to a lot of diversity growing … Continue reading Book Discussion: The Importance of Diverse Books as a White, CisHet Reader