I Actually Solidified A TBR for once aka my Fall Into Fantasy Readathon TBR

Can we just take a moment to acknowledge that I was finally able to make up my mind and decide on a TBR for once? Yes, that is a Brooklyn 99 gif from one of my episodes. Yes, I will plug my love for Brooklyn 99 everywhere. Be prepared. Andy Samberg is a cinnamon roll fight …

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A not-so-eloquent one-side analysis of PoC Representation in the Wizarding World (featuring live GIF reactions)

To celebrate the upcoming release of Fantastic Beasts: the Crimes of Grindelwald, let's talk (note: it will be way more of a rant) about JKR and her problematic history with marginalization! Please note that this will be a rant with no eloquence whatsoever, like my SJ Maas one, but yeah! Honestly, I'm worried about putting …

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I Found My All-Time Favourite TV show and Continually Ramble aka September II & October Life Wrap Up

Look, I know I was going to post my September Life Wrap Up, but I didn't, clearly. I don't even really know why - I kept pushing it back and back until it was way too late to be posted, I guess? Ok, let's get into 2 months worth of life updates and some of …

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October Part 1 Wrap Up aka Another Disappointing Reading Month

New month, another mediocre reading month. I'm so disappointed in my reading month this month I kind of want to cry. This month was filled with three stars and the highest I gave any book this month was a four star which is disappointing? I'm feeling sad since I haven't given any new book 5 …

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Discussion: The Manon Ethnicity Drama and Representation of Marginalized Communities in S.J Maas’ Books

I normally love funny and light-hearted posts, but today's post is not going to be that. Today's post is going to be about something very near and dear to my heart: diversity and representation in literature and how it is handled. But more specifically, I want to take an opportunity to rant about my thoughts …

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My Overly Ambitious October Reading Plans (featuring my first attempt at a structured TBR and all the readathons/readalongs!)

As you all know, I'm a huge mood reader, and never ever post TBRs. So you're probably thinking, why is she posting a TBR (of sorts) this month? I have a lot of grand reading plans for October, and very little of which is going to get read. I'm actually incredibly excited about October, and …

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