Most anticipated releases of September 2021 | Prepare yourself for some dark and diverse reads with the *best* concepts! | Diversify your reading in 2021!

Yes, you read that correctly: it's time to add some books to your TBR again! September is bringing us so many amazing diverse books, whether you're more into (YA) fantasy, contemporary or thriller (and there's a lot of horror this month, too)! After reading a dozen of synopses (no, I am not exaggerating this time),…

Monthly wrap-up: What I read in July 2021 | recapping my reading, blogging and writing month!

This was one...crazy month. I don't even know where to begin, because y'all! It was incredible! Not only did I manage to get out of my reading and writing-poems slump, and to fall in love with blogging even more: I made friends (this sounds so silly but bear with me) AND I learned to trust…

Most anticipated releases of August 2021 | A good month for diverse YA fiction, dark academia and feminist books | Diversify your reading in 2021!

Yes, you read that correctly: it's time to add some books to your TBR again! August is bringing us so many amazing diverse books, whether you're more into YA fantasy, contemporary or thriller! After reading a dozen of synopses (no, I am not exaggerating this time), I've been able to compile a list of books…

Monthly wrap-up: What I read in June 2021 | recapping my reading, blogging and writing month!

Maybe this isn't the best way to introduce a post, but... I SURVIVED Y'ALL! I finished my schoolyear and I can officially start a new adventure, one I'm so ready for, even if new starts can be scary. From next year on, school will change drastically for me, but I might tell you more about…

Most anticipated releases of July 2021 | LGBTQIAP and BIPOC authors are stealing the (YA) fantasy spotlight this month! | Diversify your reading in 2021!

Are you ready to grow your TBR list some more? No need for me to wait for your answer because I've already gathered some books this month again! June's coming to an end so...welcome to July's anticipated reads post! Though I couldn't find as many books as I usually do, I did find some books…

Monthly wrap-up: What I read in May 2021 | recapping my reading, blogging and writing month!

Well, well, well! Another month has come to its end, so that can only mean one thing: it's wrap-up time! May was many things for me, but primarily it was the month I started trusting things to work out again. I'm forging my own path through life and I am actually hopeful. June will be…

Most anticipated releases of June 2021 | a good month for the sapphics and BIPOCs in both YA and adult fiction | Diversify your reading in 2021!

And there we are yet again! May's already coming to an end so you know what that means: it's time to take a look at all those amazing diverse books releasing in June 2021! I've looked and I've looked and I've looked, but more importantly...I found! I have gathered so many books that you can…

Monthly wrap-up: What I read in April 2021 | recapping my reading, blogging and writing month!

Can we all collectively agree that April felt like some kind of fever dream? I don't know about you but for me it definitely seemed that way. Either way, May has arrived and we're looking going into a month full of new chances which is never a bad thing, right? I'm really excited for this…

Most anticipated releases of May 2021 | may I present to you: lots of BIPOC and LGBTQIAP rep in YA books | Diversify your reading in 2021!

After endlessly scrolling through Goodreads, Twitter and all other bookish platforms, I'm happy to be back with another most anticipated releases post! There are lots of promising-sounding books releasing this May, and even better: lots of diverse books are releasing! Perfect time to dive into some stories with LGBTQIAP or BIPOC characters (and this month…

Review: Bruised (Tanya Boteju) | I was ready to get hurt by this sapphic coming of age book that deals with grief

For some reason I'm getting the feeling all my posts start off with something along the lines of "I can't resist books that deal with a certain subject and are sapphic, too!" which is...fair, because it's the truth. When I first saw this book I already started craving it. I mean, a coming of age…