Hello lovelies, how are you all doing? Autumn as come around, and despite the strange times we all live through, it still remains my favourite season. I´m currently listening to the rain outside, and it make me so happy. So I thought I could combine my favourite season with one of my favourite albums this…… Continue reading The Folklore book tag
Title: Cemetery Boys Author: Aiden Thomas Rating: 5 of 5 Stars Representation: all latinx cast, divers latinx identities, trans main character, lgbt+ characters, trans side character. Gay main character, latinx author, trans author Content Warnings: murder, killings of teenagers, family of the main character doesn´t always recognise that he´s trans, misgendering Series: Stand alone Goodreads…… Continue reading Finding your place among the living or Cemetery Boys
Hello, lovelies! I´ve been pretty quiet this week, but that´s because I´ve been preparing for taking part in my very first book tour! Namely, Sammie´s Tour the world in 30 Books Blog Tour. Sammie talks in depth about this blog tour on her own blog, The Bookwyrm´s Den, but the basic goal is to get…… Continue reading Tour the World in 30 Books: Talking about Anna K.
I talked about that briefly in my review of Where Dreams Descend and in my autumn books post, but it bears repeating: Phantom is my first fandom love. I discovered it when I was 16. I had some free time at a computer at school and I was board, so I was looking up song…… Continue reading Listen to the Music of the Night – Showing off my Phantom Collection
Title: Where Dreams Descend Author: Janella Angeles Rating: 5 of 5 Stars Representation: brown skinned main character with curly hair, phil-american author Content Warnings: manipulative relationship (student-mentor), manipulation, illusions to control a person, drinking, danger from fire, danger from shattering glass, loss of a loved one, grief, alcohol, abductions, murder, casual sexism, general sexism Series: First in a Duology Goodreads / Bookdepository Official…… Continue reading Through a mirror darkly or Where Dreams Descend
Welcome back to my next monsterathon post! Don´t worry, this is going to be a fun one. In honour of monsters and all things spooky and the ur-example of a monster, Frankenstein´s monster (but never Frankenstein himself, asshole does not deserve that), I´m doing the bonus challenge for this readathon and will frankenstein together a…… Continue reading Let´s frankenstein a book!
My favourite season of the year has finally started. Gray and rainy days, ideal to curl up under a nice blanket with a cup of tea, or coffee or chocolate or whatever your beverage of choice is, ideal for reading and relaxing. Or those golden days, like the one we have now while I´m writing…… Continue reading Autumn Longings
I know, the title feels familiar, because last week’s post (sorry for the short break, life got a bit hectic suddenly), was also about the monsterathon. What can I say, I really like this readathon! So this week we are going to delve a bit deeper, and instead of talking about the books I´m going…… Continue reading Monsterathon 2020: Where Monsters Hide Booktag
Hello lovelies! My favourite season just started with heavy rain and grey skies, only to turn into a nice golden autumn in the afternoon and I couldn´t be happier. It´s autumn, finally, Halloween is just around the corner, and I love everything about it. Cuddling up with a blanket, some tea, lighting a candle and…… Continue reading Sign-Up Post: Monsterathon
Despite mostly blogging about novels, I´ve really learned to love non-fiction over the last couple of years. Part of that comes from the fact that my local bookstore has a lot of readings by authors of non-fiction books, and part is just me liking to learn new things. They are part of my going to…… Continue reading Learn and Let Learn : Favourite Non-Fiction Books