Trigger warnings: car accident, sibling death, grief, panic attacks, drowning I loved Starfish last year and was eagerly anticipating Bowman's second book, knowing about her beautiful writing style and raw, honest discussion of dark issues. But did Summer Bird Blue live up to my expectations? Synopsis: Rumi Seto spends a lot of time worrying she doesn’t have the … Continue reading Summer Bird Blue
This is my final wrap-up of the month, which is why this is slightly late, so my Monthly Wrap Up can contain all the books I've read. This week I read 4 books, but what did I think of them?
Today, I've hit a bit of a milestone with my blogging, as this is my 100th post! To celebrate, I wanted to review one of my favourite contemporaries from last year and an stunning fantasy that's already a contender for my favourites of this year. I want to start off with a review of the … Continue reading My 100th post (aka me being very happy about some books)
So, while I'm working on my massive (and late) November Wrap-Up, I decided to fill day 4 of 18 days of 2018 with a fun little post. I'm using books off my TBR to spell out Merry Christmas, as I've seen other blogs use this same tactic to spell out different words. I am also … Continue reading Merry Christmas!
It's day 3 of my 18 Days of 2018 feature and if you missed the last two parts, you can find them here and here. Today, I'm sharing 18 books I've read this year that have what I consider to be good mental health representation. My criteria for this is that it isn't the defining characteristic of the … Continue reading 18 Books With Great Mental Health Representation