Book Tags

Fall Book Tag

I noticed a few of my friends doing this tag, so I thought I'd jump on the bandwagon, mostly because I thought the graphics were cute. (Even though I'm actually that heathen who hates fall and loves summer, but alas my time is passing and I have to adapt.) The rules: Please link back to… Continue reading Fall Book Tag

Author Speaks

The Diversity Directive: A Personal Challenge to Read/Watch More Minority Voices

As someone with a cultural studies addition to my majors I don't do a good job of diversifying my media intake. Sure, I've tried to make some cultures more relevant by liking several Facebook pages, but that doesn't factor into a lot of my intake of media and ideas. So I decided to challenge myself… Continue reading The Diversity Directive: A Personal Challenge to Read/Watch More Minority Voices


June Wrap-Up

So you know that post I made that was all about my June TBR? Yeah, I don't think I followed that very well, surprise, surprise. I have a fallible weakness when it comes to libraries and books that are not on my designated reading list. But it's okay, because while I didn't work on my… Continue reading June Wrap-Up

Reading Lists

June TBR

So, with May in the wraps it’s time for me to look to June and pick out the reading list for this coming month. Honestly, I’m super excited about it, since this is my first proper summer with monthly reading lists and me staying mostly on track. Last month I had the unintentional theme of… Continue reading June TBR


Book Review: Ten Thousand Skies Above You

4/5 *Taken from Goodreads* Ever since she used the Firebird, her parents' invention, to cross into alternate dimensions, Marguerite has caught the attention of enemies who will do anything to force her into helping them dominate the multiverseβ€”even hurting the people she loves. She resists until her boyfriend, Paul, is attacked and his consciousness scattered… Continue reading Book Review: Ten Thousand Skies Above You

Reading Lists

TBR Pile: May

When it comes to reading lists, I'm the worst. I'm eternally distracted. Sometimes a book doesn't hold my attention, or I loose motivation to continue, work gets hectic, the boyfriend comes over, school creeps up on me and knocks my "for fun" reading right out of my hand with a baseball bat. Whatever the reason,… Continue reading TBR Pile: May