girl in need of a tourniquet review

One of the books that I was most excited to read in this year's Mental Health Book Bingo was Girl in Need of a Tourniquet by Merri Lisa Johnson. She talks about her experiences as a queer woman with Borderline Personality Disorder - I think you can see why I was so interested in reading … Continue reading girl in need of a tourniquet review

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it’s that time again: top 10 books of 2018

I personally love reading everyone's lists of their top books of the year (my TBR always explodes!) So here are my top 10 of 2018. They are in no particular order, and, to no one's surprise, they are pretty much all YA and nonfiction. The Astonishing Colour of After by Emily X R Pan - this … Continue reading it’s that time again: top 10 books of 2018

top 5 recommendation | best books of 2018 (so far!)

I've read a lot of really great books so far this year - so I thought I would mention five books that I LOVED. This isn't in any particular order. FreshwaterDeliciously dark, Freshwater is Akwaeke Emezi's debut novel about fractured selves. Ada's alternate selves (Asụghara and Saint Vincent) develop after she is sexually assaulted, and protect … Continue reading top 5 recommendation | best books of 2018 (so far!)

meaty review

Meaty by Samantha Irby is a hilarious and irreverent ode to the modern woman. In it, she talks about all aspects of modern life, as well as her personal experiences with Crohn's Disease. The debut essay collection by Chicago writer and performer, Samantha Irby, creator of bitchesgottaeat.com. Samantha Irby explodes onto the page in her … Continue reading meaty review