What I’m Reading: My September TBR!

I’ve chosen my September TBR very carefully, ’cause this month is my birthday month! I turn 31 on the 29th, and I treat the entire month like a celebration, even if nobody else does. 😂 I’m really excited to read these; each and every one is one I’ve really been looking forward to, and some … Continue reading

Middle of the Year Reading Check-In

So, it’s technically not quite the middle of the year anymore, but we’re close, so! I wanted to put together a list of what I’ve read this year, and some of my stand out reads so far. I’m really lucky that a majority of the stuff I’ve read this year has gotten a really high … Continue reading

Comic Corner #2: Buffy the Vampire Slayer Vol. 1: High School Is Hell & The Mighty Thor Vol. 1: Thunder in Her Veins

My second Comic Corner is here! I’ll be reorganizing, and probably rereading, a lot of the comics I own soon. I’m sure this will pick up once that starts! For now, it’s fun reading some newer stuff that I hadn’t already gotten to. Both of these have lots of girl power, so if that’s your … Continue reading

Kindle Reviews #1: The Town That Feared Dusk by Calvin Demmer & The Kurim Case by Ryan Green

Yay, a new review series! I have a ton of digital books, and thought doing a mini-review type recap for some of them would be a great way to give feedback on my blog despite not being able to take great photos without physical copies. My Kindle app is so convenient, and I have hundreds of … Continue reading

Tuesday Tag: The Productivity Book Tag

Another day, another tag! I may slow down with these soon, as I don’t think I have enough of a backlog to keep it going beyond the next couple weeks. I may search out a few book tags I haven’t done (but wasn’t tagged in, haha), and if so, we’ll get a few more! Maybe … Continue reading

Book Review – We Live Inside Your Eyes by Kealan Patrick Burke

Title: We Live Inside Your Eyes Author: Kealan Patrick Burke Edition: Paperback Page Count: 227 pages Rating:  5 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ Short Summary:  In the ruins of an old parking garage, there is an effigy lashed to a pillar. To anyone else, the remains of the woman with the goat skull head is a warning. To a … Continue reading