TAG: I Should Have Read That Book

Oh boy, I’m ready to roast myself! There are so many books that I “should” have read, and so many feelings I have about the “should” part of that statement. 2020 is the year where I say whatever to reading goals outside of finish my TBR and read whatever the hell I want. I’m so […]

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TAG: Seven Heavenly Virtues

Oh boy, I’m about to remember that I think vice & virtues are stupid, and that the fact that chastity is a virtue makes me want to set a lot of things on fire. Y’all, do whatever the hell you want with your life. It’s your life. Vices & virtues are dumb. Life your life […]

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Tattoo Tales!

I’ve already done a very similar post to this before, but it was just a general overview of all the tattoos that I have. Well, at the time. I’ve since gotten more. But! I’ve never specifically talked about just the bookish ones, and why I got those specific ones, so hi, it’s tattoo tales time! […]

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Top 10 Reads of 2019

Wow, this is it. The end of a decade. I read some truly amazing books this year, and also more books than I ever thought possible. For a bit, I played with the idea of a Top 20 if I could read 200 books, but alas, I am a bit short, so we’re here with […]

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The Netflix Book Tag!

I’m all about a good Netflix night even though it’s very rare for me to find time for them, but I saw this fun tag over at Words About Words. It was originally created by A Darker Shade of Whitney on YouTube, and I had such a blast coming up with answers for this! Recently […]

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Favorite Male Characters

I felt like the boys were a little left out last month when I was screaming about my favorite female characters, so here we are again! I just embarked on a reread of The Raven Boys the week before CDTH came out, so uh, yeah, this list is Gansey’s fault, actually. As before, this is […]

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November Wrap-Up, Part 1

Earlier in the month, I decided to do away with chronological TBRs altogether. I had about 15 books left that I wanted to read before the new year, all purchased in 2018, but I was finding that I just either wasn’t reading or I was reading so slowly, absolutely dragging my feet, because I wasn’t […]

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