What I Read My First Semester of Graduate School | part 1: renaissance literature edition

Hi, lovebugs! As many of you know, I started graduate school this past January. In short, it’s been an overwhelming whirlwind of a time, but I’m so glad I ended up going back to school. I’ve come to realize that school is the only place where I feel at home. Just your typical book-loving nerd here. Since I wasn’t able to post anything while in … Continue reading What I Read My First Semester of Graduate School | part 1: renaissance literature edition

June TBR | pride month + playing catch-up

Happy almost-summer and pride month, everyone! Congrats to all the May graduates, as well! I usually don’t do TBR (as I have a tendency to completely abandon my lists), but with my reading slump almost entirely gone now, I think I can finally stick to a TBR this month! I’m super pumped to start chopping away at my very full and unread bookshelves, and there’s … Continue reading June TBR | pride month + playing catch-up

“The Farm” – Joanne Ramos | an incredible debut novel

Hello, darlings! The time has come for yet another book review, and I’m over-the-moon to share with you all a new favorite novel of mine! The best part? It’s not a classic, but a contemporary fiction novel! I know, you all are probably just as shocked and flabbergasted as I am. Without further delay, let’s talk about Joanne Ramos’ debut novel, The Farm. The Summary … Continue reading “The Farm” – Joanne Ramos | an incredible debut novel

2021 Bookshelf Tour | an overflowing mess

Hello, my loves! Thank you all so much for taking the time out of your day to be here! Ever since I started this wonderful blogging journey, I’ve been dying to make a bookshelf tour. Somehow or another, every time I tried to write one, it always came out clunky and awkward. I was never satisfied with the pictures, and my words kept failing me. … Continue reading 2021 Bookshelf Tour | an overflowing mess