discussion

discussion: access restrictions international readers face

Hey there! After reading Fadwa’s post on her experiences as an international reviewer, I started thinking about the restrictions I also face as a smaller international book blogger. Honestly, as an international reader overall. As you may or may not know, I live in South America. As a whole, we’re considered “third-world” countries, and English… Continue reading discussion: access restrictions international readers face

reading · wrap ups

becca’s book-o-plathon wrap up

Hey there! Welcome to the last week of blogtober. I just realized that I never wrapped up last month’s read-a-thon, which is a shame because I really enjoyed it. So today, despite being super late, I’m telling you how I did with Becca’s book-o-plathon. You can check my TBR here to see what prompts I… Continue reading becca’s book-o-plathon wrap up

lifestyle

current favorites: cold-weather edition

Hey there! Today I’m coming at you with all the things I’ve been loving lately. There’s no theme or categories, it’s just all the random stuff I’ve been enjoying in the last couple of months. I’m still mostly confined at home, so these have been great in helping keep me sane. Notion I’ve talked about… Continue reading current favorites: cold-weather edition

reading · top 7

top 7: enemies-to-lovers books

Hey there! One of my favorite tropes is definitely enemies-to-lovers. The bickering, the developing feelings, the moment the characters realize that they don’t actually hate one another. It’s a great trope, and I’ve read quite a few books that feature it, so today I’m talking about some of my favorites. 1. Pride and Prejudice by… Continue reading top 7: enemies-to-lovers books

reading · reviews

review: the starless sea by erin morgenstern

The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern Genre: Fiction, Fantasy, Romance Published on: November 2019 Publisher: Doubleday Books Format: Paperback Language: English My Rating: ★★★★★ Synopsis: Zachary Ezra Rawlins is a graduate student in Vermont when he discovers a mysterious book hidden in the stacks. As he turns the pages, entranced by tales of lovelorn prisoners, key collectors,… Continue reading review: the starless sea by erin morgenstern