SIX AWARDS + answering questions + solid reading advice + tell me your favorite book, I’m in a reading slump

I have been nominated for many things by many amazing people?????????? GUYS STOP. YOU ARE SO LOVABLE. I've also been weirdly unable to do anything for the past two weeks except sleep and read and have continuous existential breakdowns. Sooooo. All these tags have kind of formed a daring fleet. I'm just so honored, I … Continue reading SIX AWARDS + answering questions + solid reading advice + tell me your favorite book, I’m in a reading slump

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3 Quotes 3 Days / Third Day

I had to finish 3 Quotes 3 Days with "Ladders to Fire" by Anais Nin because she is sensei ❤ Rules 1. Thank the person who nominated you. 2. Post a new quote for three consecutive days. 3. Nominate three new bloggers each day. (days 1 and 2) Not many people have even heard of  … Continue reading 3 Quotes 3 Days / Third Day

3 Quotes 3 Days / Second Day

Day two is ANGST QUOTE DAY!!!!! (find day 1 here) Rules 1. Thank the person who nominated you. 2. Post a new quote for three consecutive days. 3. Nominate three new bloggers each day. this quote is from "Grendel" by John Gardner, a book on my senior class reading list.  tragically, not nearly enough people … Continue reading 3 Quotes 3 Days / Second Day

3 Quotes 3 Days / First Day

I was tagged by Rhea @bookchanted & Kay @hammockofbooks for the 3 Quotes 3 Days tag and I'm so happy because I live mostly on quotes and peanut butter. this tag is half my sustenance Rules Thank the person who nominated you. 2. Post a new quote for three consecutive days. 3. Nominate three new … Continue reading 3 Quotes 3 Days / First Day

Book Reviews (ft. weeping)/ “Carry On” + “They Both Die At the End”

I just realized I almost always do book reviews in pairs?? I don't know why, I've just been reading so much that for some reason it seems necessary AND who doesn't love double book ranting??? NO ONE that's who. Everyone already understands how deeply I love these two books but a I owe them both … Continue reading Book Reviews (ft. weeping)/ “Carry On” + “They Both Die At the End”

February Wrap Up (ft. 8 five star books????)

February is done for and it was a fantastic month for books, especially YA????? I wept so many times over pages. I met so many characters that shall forever be obsessively loved. I immersed in so many worlds???? AND I FINISHED "DESCENDANTS OF THE SUN"!!!! My very first Korean drama and it was so beautiful. … Continue reading February Wrap Up (ft. 8 five star books????)

ARC Book Review / “The Life and Death Parade” by Eliza Wass

Rating: 4/5 stars Genre: YA Fiction Publication: 26 Jun 2018 Synopsis: It's present day England, and Kitty's eccentric love, Nikki, actually dies after a psychic predicts he's going to. Trying to understand the reasons behind his terrible and lamentable death, Kitty meets a teenage medium who might be able to help. He lets her reach Nikki … Continue reading ARC Book Review / “The Life and Death Parade” by Eliza Wass

Turtles All the Way Down by John Green

Rating: 3/5 stars My emotions are a blending machine when it comes to John Green; this book is confirmation. My problem in Looking for Alaska & this book is that there are moments when he has INCREDIBLE insight and beauty, and then there are moments I totally reject his message. Not that I'm automatically against … Continue reading Turtles All the Way Down by John Green

Last book review of the year!!/ How I Became Stupid by Martin Page

Rating: 4/5 stars Genre: Psychological/ Philosophical Fiction (and international cult favorite.)This book was EXTREMELY imaginative. From the characters, to their lifestyles, to a club of professionals who teach you how to commit suicide (in a university setting!) it was like setting was someone's hallucination rather than physical France."] this GIF has been so useful lately. … Continue reading Last book review of the year!!/ How I Became Stupid by Martin Page

The Stranger by Albert Camus/ Just do your thing

Rating: 5/5 stars Synopsis: Meursault shoots a man five times because the sun was in his eyes. (And then he ran into my knife! He ran into my knife ten times!) He feels no remorse. In fact, he doesn’t really feel anything at all. lolz what can you do?? This is one of those philosophical … Continue reading The Stranger by Albert Camus/ Just do your thing