TW: Mentions of racial discrimination. My experience with Assembly as a really short audiobook was full of pauses because of the way it made me introspect. This tiny book packed a punch in the ways it broke down the mantle of privilege, race, gender, and power. Do not be misled by its size (like IContinue reading “The Inheritance of a Colonial Past: On ‘Assembly’, by Natasha Brown”
This is how ‘Someday, Someday, Maybe’ can be the book you need during difficult moments in your life and why it helped me embrace the things I love again.
A review of the ‘Daughter of the Pirate King’ duology by Tricia Levenseller
If you keep up with my blog or have seen any of my previous posts you know that in August I read and loved “A House of Salt and Sorrows” by Erin Craig. At the time I was reading the book, Erin Craig’s newest book “Small Favors” came out. I decided to read it sinceContinue reading “Be Careful with the Favors You Accept:A Review of ‘Small Favors’ by Erin Craig”
As the second of my Books by Memory series this is a rather tangential book review that uses memory to approach a book, rather than focusing in a more analytical way. This time I am reminiscing on Lawrence Durrell’s Justine. Before getting into my memories, I feel it is worth clarifying that I am notContinue reading “Books by Memory: ‘Justine’ by Lawrence Durrell”
This is why ‘The Book of Taliesin’ is still a relevant poetry collection for modern-day readers interested in British literature
Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s claustrophobic creep-fest is a treat for those who enjoy a dash of the supernatural in their domestic noir
A review of a fairy tale retelling by someone who has read way too many fairy tale retellings
‘Fangirl’ has something that I have come to love in fiction. Extremely meta additional content. So here’s a retrospective of how I came to read it and love it.
Why ‘Girl One’ is an important fictional dive in feminist discourse