Book Recs: Books For Your Discoursing Heart

Hello friends! I hope you all are reading some fantastic and lovely books, and are had a great weekend. It’s the third Monday of the month, which means that it’s Book Recs day!

On the third Monday of every month, I share some Book Recommendations that pertain to a theme! I’ll tell you all a little bit about the book, what I liked about them (because I always only recommend books I have read and liked!), and give you all the links so you can add them to your list of books to read.

I have some exciting books to share with you all today, some of which you have probably heard me pipe up about, so here I am, reminding you all to read these amazing books.

Today’s theme is books for your discoursing heart. This theme is a little close to my own heart, because I absolutely love critical discourse in virtue of my sociology degree. Read More »

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Book Recs: Invisible Narratives in Historical Fiction

Good morning, good afternoon, or good evening, friends! I hope you are all reading some awesome books. And if you aren’t, well, I hope that I can recommend you some great books in today’s Book Recommendations post!

On the third Monday of every month, I share some Book Recommendations that pertain to a theme! I’ll tell you all a little bit about the book, what I liked about them (because I always only recommend books I have read and liked!), and give you all the links so you can add them to your list of books to read.

Just a quick reminder: I’m currently on hiatus from Twitter and don’t have access to my account (just so I don’t procrastinate)! If you need to contact me, contact me via email or my Instagram.

In my last recap post, I mentioned how I was going to share with you ‘books for your discoursing heart’ and ‘books that will make you laugh’. And whilst I’ll be posting them in September and October respectively, I really wanted to share some historical fiction books that I really liked, but, with a twist. Read More »

Book Recs: SFF Books with LGBT Protagonists

Hello friends! How are you all today?

It’s so good to be able to write a book recommendations post; I really missed writing these. Unfortunately I was on hiatus during all of Pride Month, so I want to make up for that today. Although Pride Month is a time to celebrate our identities and highlight the struggles that LGBTQIA+ individuals experience, it can also be a very difficult month. And that’s why, I think, books with characters that have LGBTQIA+ identities are so important. It’s so important for us to read these stories, and to open ourselves, to listen, to learn, to understand, and to share these stories too. In today’s Book Recs post, I wanted to share four books with all of you.

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10 YA/MG books to be excited for in May 2017!

Hello friends! I hope all of you are having a good weekend.

I can’t tell you guys how excited I am for May and all the fantastic books that we’ll finally get the opportunity to read. To share my excitement with you all – in the hopes that you’ll be excited too! – I made a list. 

So let’s get straight to it: here is a list of all the books I’m excited for this May!

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