Today I bring yet another tag. This one is mostly about my reading preferences, I hope you like it and that you decide to do it too. I saw this tag on Prutha’s blog! Make sure to check out her blog and her answers too.Read More »
Last month, I read almost every book on my TBR! That’s a great accomplishment for me since I had never managed to stick to a TBR before. I admit that my TBR for this month might be a bit ambitious since it doesn’t include the books and plays I have to read for my classes. I hope I can read at least 5 books on this list, plus finish the ones I’m currently reading.Read More »
This month was great in reading terms! I read a total of 15 books and over 4,000 pages, which is the most I have ever read in a month this year, maybe ever. Plus, all the books I read were pretty good, I wouldn’t say I had any terrible reads.Read More »
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for providing an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.
As you may know, I had a class on Shakespeare last semester, and this semester I am taking Advanced Shakespeare, which basically means, I will have spent all year reading a TON of Shakespeare. So when I heard this was about a school production of Shakespeare (albeit it is the play I dislike the most), and that it had a sapphic relationship, I knew I had to read it.Read More »
I knew I had to read Lobizona the minute I knew of its existence. I’ve been on the lookout for more Argentine-based books since I read Furia, and this was just what I needed. I read a thousand reviews saying how good this book was, so I had very high expectations. Sadly, I think this ended up being a problem.Read More »
Thanks to Netgalley and Algonquin Young Readers for providing an eARC of Furia in exchange for an honest review.Read More »
August was a terrible reading month. I only finished 5 books, and 3 of those were for uni, so I had to read them no matter what. This is why I wasn’t going to post a wrap-up initially, but maybe posting how little did I read will motivate me to read more.Read More »