College finals are a thing and I'm currently burnt out but I'm thinking of doing a review of the Civil War comics once I'm done with all of them. I can also share how I keep track of what I've read if you are interested.
Always Together at Christmas
Are you celebrating Christmas at home with your kids this year? Check out this cute picture book about a pandemic holiday season! Links:amazonb&ngoodreadsbookshop Publisher Summary: Help children discover the joy of Christmas 2020 with this timely picture book that affirms the special magic of the holidays even if we’re physically separated from our loved ones!Christmas … Continue reading Always Together at Christmas
Things I Should Have Said
This post is from September 2017 and I'm not editing it before posting. I am however adding more at the end. This is a post that I've needed to write for a while, and I'm sort of scared, but here we go. I am aromantic. This means that I don't feel romantic attraction, and I … Continue reading Things I Should Have Said
Fanfic Fun #1
This post is the first in a brand new series here on Bookishly Thinking. Fanfic Fun is where I write reviews of fanfiction that I have enjoyed and want to reccommend. Maybe this will get me out of my blogging slump. Who knows? I'm starting this series with a solid fic. At 70,638 words, this … Continue reading Fanfic Fun #1
Should Objectivity Be the Objective?
Journalism seems to be falling apart, but has it always been like this? President Trump is calling anything he doesn’t agree with “fake news,” increasing the polarity of media and journalism. Companies are focused more on ratings and opinions than facts. This ultimately has created social media news bubbles where someone can hear and read … Continue reading Should Objectivity Be the Objective?
New Book Blast: Ghost Squad
During this tumultuous I want to try to do at least one post every two weeks or so. Let's see how it goes. My first of these quarentine posts is about a book by one of my favorite bookish people, Claribel Ortega. I haven't read Ghost Squad yet, but I know it will be amazing. … Continue reading New Book Blast: Ghost Squad
Eight Kinky Nights | review
Information Eight Kinky Nights by Xan WestFormat: eARCSource: author380 pages Genre: romanceAmazonGoodReadsRating: 8/5 Summary Newly divorced stone butch Jordan moves into her friend Leah’s spare room, ready, at 49, to take on a new job and finally explore kink and polyamory. But moving to NYC during the holidays sends grief crashing through her, and Jordan … Continue reading Eight Kinky Nights | review
Find true love and family with a pirate crew at the ends of the universe, where aliens, ghosts, and portals open the space between worlds...and your heart. You are a Navigator, one who creates and guards portals from one dimension to another, wary of the liminal sea between them. Your universe is made of two … Continue reading Dawnfall
Once & Future | review
Information Once & Future by Cori McCarthy and Amy Rose CapettaFormat: hardcoverSource: Books of Wonder336 pages Genre: sci-fi & fantasyAmazonGoodReadsRating: 500/5 stars Hi. I'm back but I'm not making any promises this time. I finally finished Once & Future and holy shit. I normally don't read much speculative because I get really confused but this … Continue reading Once & Future | review
Pomegranate Seeds | cover reveal
A collection of 6 poems about finding out how much the heart can take and where it truly belongs. The poetry collection also explores the author's personal journey towards realising that they are polyamorous Excerpt: IT WOULD KINDA BREAK MY HEART / MY HEART IS ALL OVER THE PLACE": "I have a pomegranate for … Continue reading Pomegranate Seeds | cover reveal