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19 year-old reader and writer living in New York. I review books with a special focus on LGBT and women writers.
Guide to Reviews

★★★★★★= This amazing book changed my life in some way.

★★★★★= I loved this book.

★★★★☆= This book was great.

★★★☆☆= It was alright.

★★☆☆☆= A seriously flawed literary endeavor.

★☆☆☆☆= Unable to finish.

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Fleur finally found a place where my kids can’t reach her. Smart kitty.

Tagged with: #gorgeous #CUTIE PIE AWWW 

Today is my birthday and my sister said that, once I return to the city, she’ll take me book browsing around New York!

Tagged with: #personal #excitement #book nerd 




I created a tiny reading nook between my shelves! I call it my Reading Throne. I love my throne.

I hate you .____.


Tagged with: #gorgeous 


Great interview with leeandlow on Southern California Public Radio on where to find diverse summer reading lists! 

(via weneeddiversebooks)


Literary Word Count Infographic:

(via bookpillows)

Anonymous whispered: I know it's early, but do you have any recommendations for "October/Halloween themed" books?


Ooh, this is a good one. I don’t know of any specific October/Halloween themed books (I mean, I can recommend horror and creepy books forever, but I get the sense that isn’t what you are after)

Followers! Do you know of any October/Halloween themed books?

The Halloween Tree by Ray Bradbury - a Halloween classic! And if horror is what Anon is looking for, I recommend H.P. Lovecraft or the short story “The Human Chair” by Edogawa Rampo.

(Source: cornkernelle, via bugnbooks)

Tagged with: #gorgeous 


Reading cats / Lectura gatuna (ilustraciones de Dédé Moser)

(Source:, via literatureloveaffair)

Tagged with: #gorgeous #cats #important 

Unexpected benefit of a study abroad education:

I’m currently baby-sitting a child who’s experiencing problems with delayed speech, but I’m able to communicate with him wonderfully since I’m used to caring for French children who can’t speak much English.

Anonymous whispered: how long do ferrets live for? you and quiggs are so awesome :D :D



Ferrets generally love around five to ten years.

I just realized I wrote love instead of love but both are accurate so I’m just going to leave that right there.

the-book-ferret is awesome and also bursting with love.

Tagged with: #so cute #typos 
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