bank it or bin #3 // it’s been too long

Hi guys! I’m back with another edition of Bank it or Bin it, created by the amazing Vee_Bookish! The last time I did an installment in this series was uh…November??? And I don’t think anyone wants to know how many books I’ve added to my TBR since then. So let’s hopefully remove some books from this TBR! I love The Seven Realms series. So obviously, way back when, I bought the first book used in her spinoff series based in the same world! I still want to read this book, so it’s getting banked. UH OH. We’ve unfortunately arrived at … Continue reading bank it or bin #3 // it’s been too long

WWW Wednesday!!

I’m possibly the most inconsistent person ever with these posts but hey, we’re doing one today! WWW Wednesday is hosted by Taking on a World of Words. what are you currently reading? The Atlas Six has been going viral on BookTok for a bit, so I finally (naturally) gave in and got it from the library. And holy crap you guys?!?!?! Why don’t we have more fantasy dark academia books*??? I feel like recently there’s been an uptick on fantasy novels that fall firmly in the “new adult” genre and I want to read them all now. Oh yeah, this … Continue reading WWW Wednesday!!

hotel magnifique arc review! // magical hotels meet caraval and the night circus…?

I have arrived at the conclusion that carnival-esque books were written for me, and solely me. Call me selfish…and you’d be right. Thank you Penguin for an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review! rep: bi love interest, wlw side … Continue reading hotel magnifique arc review! // magical hotels meet caraval and the night circus…?

let’s discuss: is there such a thing as a “problematic” character???

Yeah, bring on the controversy! Just be polite about it! Anyways, today we’re discussing “problematic” characters. But what exactly do people mean when they say problematic? There isn’t really a dictionary definition for problematic in the modern context of literature so I’m winging it and stating on the record that when people refer to problematic characters, what they really mean are characters who break the moral law and are romanticized for it. Now, I’m going to say something that might be a little controversial but eh who cares. Jude and Cardan from The Cruel Prince are not problematic. Jude and … Continue reading let’s discuss: is there such a thing as a “problematic” character???