Hello! I feel like it's been a while since I last did one of these. I'm not sure why, maybe other posts I wanted to post that day became priority, but whatever the reason I'm back with it now. Today's book tag is going to be a long one, The Fifty Bookish Questions Tag. As… Continue reading Book Tag Tuesday | The Fifty Bookish Questions Tag
Hey! As you may know if you follow me on Twitter or are friends with me on Facebook, I am (mostly) vegetarian and have tried a fair few handfuls of vegan/vegetarian "meats". Unfortunately, I don't think many (if not, any) of these are gluten-free but I will be reviewing more gluten-free foods in the future.… Continue reading Vegetarian Linda McCartney Food Reviews #3
Hey! I feel like my blog is leaning more on the negative side than the positive and I do intend to change that, I want to promote more books that I loved and talk about books I love and talk about books I eagerly anticipate. Not all the reasons why I DNF'd these books are… Continue reading Books I DNF’d
Hey! If you haven't seen my first food reviews post, you can see it here, where I talk about gluten-free pizzas and pastas I have recently tried. I have more pizza to talk about in future but I didn't want the post to be too long. Pizza is delicious, and just because I'm trying to… Continue reading Amy’s Kitchen, Gluten-Free Microwavable Meal Reviews #2
Hello! So, not too long ago, I did a Hogwarts House Book Recommendations for Hufflepuff (my house!) that you can read here. This was created by Hannah on her channel, A Clockwork Reader, and I don't think she's finished all four houses yet but I wanted to jump in on this because it just sounds… Continue reading Hogwarts House Book Recommendations | Ravenclaw
Hey! So I recently posted on my Twitter not that long ago that I wasn't in any desperate need of money but I did mention how I was low income and one of my mutuals suggested that I post my book wishlist so I did and three people so very kindly bought me some books.… Continue reading Some More New Books!
Genre: contemporary, romance, young adult Rep: Jewish, fat girl, fat boy, f/f relationships (including pansexual and bisexual), anxiety, POC, etc. Pages: 336, British paperback Publisher: Penguin "I don't entirely understand how anyone gets a boyfriend. Or a girlfriend. It just seems like the most impossible odds. A perfect alignment of feelings and circumstances" Molly Peskin-Suso knows… Continue reading REVIEW: The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertalli