Welcome back, friends! Today, we’re continuing on with this series of memes I found on Bookstagram! Here we go! I sound like a child anytime I read fluff. Books=friends. Love love LOVE this trope! I literally do this every single time. I was thinking the exact same thing when I read Chain of Iron, all... Continue Reading →
Hello, friends! This is such a throwback to 2020, when I first did this post, and I've completely forgotten about it. Until yesterday and now I want to try it again! This is how it works: Use a fantasy book name generator and say whether or not you would read the book.Name 10 names the... Continue Reading →
Today, I'm starting a new series where I share my favorite memes with you that I found this week. I hope you find them as funny and relatable as I did!❤️
We're halfway through May already (wait what? how did that happen??) and I haven't read quite as much as I would have liked to. But honestly, I'm taking it easy on myself for now. My exams are coming up and I've recently been sick, so I'm not putting too much pressure on myself right now.
Romeo and Juliette is a tale that's known by many as the ultimate love story and Chloe Gong has just reinvented it.
The Life of Pi, written by Yann Martel, is a story about a boy, a tiger, and a lifeboat. These may seem like three things that have nothing to do with each other, but after turning the last page, one understands that those three things are connected in ways deeper than any reader expected when first picking up this book.