• Five Star Predictions

    In the past, I’ve seen a lot of booktube videos on people’s five-star predictions, and they always looked like a lot of fun. So today, here are three books that I think I would rate five-stars. Once I’ve read them, I’ll do an update post on whether I was right or not. I’ll also be linking the Goodreads page for every book, so you can read a full summary if you’d like. On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong I’ve read Ocean Vuong’s poetry collection, Night Sky With Exit Wounds, and I absolutely loved it. (I have a full review for it here if you’re interested.) This is his…

  • Currently Reading Book Tag

    I saw this tag pop up a few times from blogs I follow, and it looked like a lot of fun, so I thought I’d give it a go. This was originally created by Charly Rey on Youtube, and you can find their video here. How many books do you usually read at once? This really depends on what I’m reading, but its generally only one or two books at a time, unless I have a required one from school. I often have one book that I physically read and one audiobook. How do you decide when to switch between multiple reads? I usually decide this based on my mood,…

  • August Wrap Up and September TBR

    Happy September! August absolutely flew by, but I did manage to read 8 books. In my monthly wrap-ups, I thought I would also add some reading stats, so you can see more about the overall month. So, without further ado, here they are. Reading Stats Books Read: 8 Pages Read: 3,365 Longest Book: The Complete Letters of Oscar Wilde (1,270 pages). Shortest Book: Songs of Innocence and Experience (56 pages). Night Sky With Exit Wounds by Ocean Voung This is a poetry collection that I gave this 5/5 stars, and I did a full review for it, which you can find here. Red, White, and Royal Blue by Kasey McQuiston…

  • Diversifying Your Reading

    I recently posted a list of resources for worldwide issues, which you can find here, and on it, I included a list of books you can read to educate yourself on numerous causes, but I also wanted to create a list of books that aren’t solely educational, but are still written by diverse authors. I’ve organized this list by genres, so you can easily find books on your favorite subjects. This list will be updated regularly as I find more books. If you have any suggestions or recommendations of books to add, please let me know in a comment, or you can send it to me on Instagram, Twitter, or…