Scallywagathon TBR

Today marks the start of the #Scallywagathon! For those of you that follow me on BookTube, you may remember me saying that I'm not going to participate in any readathons this November. Apparently I'm a liar. I, last minute, decided to (low key) participate in this pirate themed readathon that is being hosted by the … Continue reading Scallywagathon TBR

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Alphonse by Carl Sever | Book Review

  Alphonse by Carl Sever Published by: SparkPress on June 27th 2017 Genres: Adult Fiction Pages: 313 (Paperback) Amazon | Goodreads This book is set in small town Indiana in the 1950s. It centers around Alphonse and the Sadler family. Alphonse lives the life a hobo, and is used to staying on the move by … Continue reading Alphonse by Carl Sever | Book Review

‘Small Great Things’ by Jodi Picoult: Thoughts on the Social Justice Message and Upcoming Movie Adaptation

Lately in the reading world  books about social justice have been getting a lot of buzz, and that is so important. I wish more people would read the things that matter. In our current social and political climate it is crucial to be armed with truth and empathy, in order to be on the right … Continue reading ‘Small Great Things’ by Jodi Picoult: Thoughts on the Social Justice Message and Upcoming Movie Adaptation

3 changes Hulu made to “The Handmade’s Tale” that were actually good

On April 26th Hulu released episodes 1-3 of The Handmade’s Tale, so guess what I spent my day doing? If you guessed that I binge watched all 3 episodes in the middle of the day when I should have been getting work done, then you would be correct! Go you! To be honest, when I … Continue reading 3 changes Hulu made to “The Handmade’s Tale” that were actually good