blogger newbies

Newbie Bloggers: Breeny (@Breenys Books) | Writing Advice

Hello and welcome to this second edition of Newbie Bloggers, a project organized to introduce new bloggers to the community. Today, I’m excited to introduce to you: Breeny from Breeny's Books! Who is Breeny? Tell us something about yourself: Who Are You?: Hello, I’m Breeny! I’m a bookworm and a writer. I love reading and writing… Continue reading Newbie Bloggers: Breeny (@Breenys Books) | Writing Advice

review

The Thieves of Nottica: Lovely Diverse Fantasy & A GIVEAWAY (whoohoo)

When I was contacted by the author to review this book I was immediately intrigued, it is namely not only a fantasy book, but it is also very diverse. Diverse fantasy is very rare and I love it. I'm really into diverse fantasy lately, I love it that often, compared to diverse contemporary books, it… Continue reading The Thieves of Nottica: Lovely Diverse Fantasy & A GIVEAWAY (whoohoo)

haul

Book Haul!

You all seemed to be quite excited about the idea of posting a book haul so here we are. Not all of the books have arrived yet but that doesn't stop me from writing this post. This post will have 3 sections: books I bought, books I won and ARCs. The links refer to the… Continue reading Book Haul!

discussion

Discussion: To Write or Not To Write | Rambling about writing and Camp NaNoWriMo

I only started writing "seriously" in (or after?) November of this year, when the bookish community suddenly was all about NaNoWriMo and I, silly girl as I was (just kidding I'm smart), started low-key panicking, because should I participate??? I hadn't written much before that and with a very busy month I decided not to,… Continue reading Discussion: To Write or Not To Write | Rambling about writing and Camp NaNoWriMo

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Review: The Agony Of Bun O’Keefe: Very Diverse Middle Grade about Very Heavy Topics

General rating: ★★★☆ Diversity rating: ★★★★ (POC, LGBT+: gay, drag queen (does that count??), minority: native American, disability/disorder: OCD) The Agony of Bun O’Keefe by Heather Smith is, I believe, a middle grade contemporary. It tells the story of fourteen-year-old Bun, who is one of the most interesting characters I’ve ever read about. The book is… Continue reading Review: The Agony Of Bun O’Keefe: Very Diverse Middle Grade about Very Heavy Topics