Hi guys! So for my media class at university, I am writing an article about men identifying as feminists on Tinder in order to hook up. These so-called feminists only identity as such for however so long it benefits them – the second it is no longer helpful, or they get a negative response, they become… Continue reading Looking for help for a school article
“I saw the world from the stars’ point of view, and it looked unbearably lonely.” This is my second Shaun David Hutchinson book and he is fast becoming a favourite author of mine. The first novel of his that I read was The Five Stages of Andrew Brawley (my review) and if you enjoy tears with… Continue reading We Are The Ants by Shaun David Hutchinson
Thank you so so so much to Lauren from The Little Reading Blog for nominating me!! Everyone please go check out her amazing blog here – she writes such wonderful and thoughtful reviews. Rules for the Award: Thank the person who nominated you and link their blog Add the One Lovely Blog Award to your post… Continue reading One Lovely Blog Award
Hi all! So another month is behind us and I have found myself settling in to uni life by pretending that it doesn’t exist and procrastinating by reading. So, like what I did for my Bachelor. Ah well. Books read: (That picture with the two boys is a fanart for the All for the Game… Continue reading March Wrap Up: The Month I Pretended School Didn’t Exist
Hi all!! Another tag! I love tags – they make me feel like I’m contributing to my blog when I haven’t posted a review in a while lol 😀 Thank you so much to Mandy @ Book Princess Reviews for tagging me. Everyone please go check out her awesome blog here. Rules Mention the creator… Continue reading This or That Book Tag!
“But there’s this awfulness that comes when a guy thinks you like him. It’s as if he’s fully clothed and you’re naked in front of him. It’s like your heart suddenly lives outside your body, and whenever he wants, he can reach out and squeeze it. Unless he happens to like you back.” Thank you… Continue reading The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli
“Here, captured between covers, was the history of the human imagination, and nothing had ever been more beautiful, or fearsome, or bizarre.” Thank you very much to Hachette Australia and Netgalley for providing a copy of the novel in exchange for an honest review. I was a little hesitant to pick up Strange the Dreamer.… Continue reading Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor