I Have Never Been So Disappointed By a Book

Paul Tremblay is my absolute favorite author of all time. Or...he was. I'm not sure after this. I'm re-evaluting. His book Head Full of Ghosts is the most brilliant work of fiction I've ever read. I guess I connected with Head Full of Ghosts because the parents perform an exorcism and believe their teenage daughter... Continue Reading →

Deadbeat Dad…UwU??

This book was a marked improvement over 'Dancing Bearfoot.' It still wasn't great though. We still have a lot of girl hate, slut-shaming, and the denigrating of femininity "performed wrong" that feminists are usually guilty of. I'd put money on it that Zoe Chant is a feminist. This is not true across the board for... Continue Reading →

Zoe Chant’s Books Are Weird as Hell

Zoe Chant has finally won me over. Then again, this is the first book of hers I've read that didn't have some disgusting underhanded misogynistic message and some r/notliketheothergirls shit. Maybe it was just too short for that. Either way, I judge every book independently. I might believe Zoe Chant hates all other women and... Continue Reading →

I Have Now Officially Read a Shifter Book

This was the first serious shifter book I've read after discovering the subgenre. I mean, I've read a handful of Zoe Chant novella's, but nobody is taking those seriously, including Zoe Chant herself. Yeah those books are...well, they're clickbait amazon garbage. Jennifer Ashely's Shifters Unbound series on the other hand is more typical of Shifter... Continue Reading →

Mid-Year Bookish Wrap-Up

Photo by Karina Zhukovskaya on Pexels.com Okay! It's the middle of the year! I've seen the Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag making it's way through the book blogging community. I decided to just do my own version of this. I'm not really feeling like half the questions. So I'm just making up my own thing, but... Continue Reading →

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