Tag: Opposites!

I saw this over at Lisa @ Way Too Fantasy, and the questions looked so fun that there was no way I wasn’t doing it. Unnecessarily pitting books against each other? What the heck else would I do with my Thursday? Also, I think this video is where the tag originates, but can’t confirm for […]

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TTT: Books Written Before I Was Born

This week’s That Artsy Reader Girl topic is so much fun!  There’s a lot of open interpretation around the topic, too, so I’m going to do books that I’ve read & enjoyed that were written before I was born because why not talk about some old favorites!  They’re going to span the gamut, too, from […]

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Tag: Dark Academia

I saw this tag over on Kim @ Traveling Books, and I was hooked right from the idea of a whole tag about dark academia, but then the questions were fantastic and got me gushing, so here we are. This was originally created by Youtubers *emmie* & CarolynMarieReads! What is your favorite “academia” or “dark” book + […]

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Bookshelf Tour: Urban Fantasy, Part IV & Classics

Welcome to the bookshelf tour! Previously: Nonfiction | Buddhism & Yoga | Poetry & Adult Fiction | Adult Fiction & Graphic Novels | Horror & Classics | Tolkien | Contemporary Romance | Middle Grade | Middle Grade & Classics | Harry Potter & Shadowhunters | Urban Fantasy, Part I, II, III. ICYMI, since I’m not on Booktube, and never will be, I wanted to travel through my shelves […]

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A Summer in Shakespeare: Why is The Tempest Considered a Comedy?

Welcome to A Summer in Shakespeare! Over the 13 weeks of summer, from the beginning of June to the end of August, I will be reading all 39 plays by Shakespeare and reviewing 3 each week. Let’s get started with the comedies! The Tempest No, seriously, why is The Tempest considered a comedy? People literally […]

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A Summer in Shakespeare

This is going to be mad. What is it? Alright friends, buckle up. It’s time for a wild adventure–13 weeks, 3 plays a week, an entire summer of Shakespeare. Oh yes, that math means I’m reading all 39 of Shakespeare’s plays, and it gets even better from there. Each month will be split into a […]

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