Book List: 20 Reads with LGBTQIA+ Representation

Hi and welcome to the reading world! This book list is all about books with LGBTQIA+ representation that I read and enjoyed! I’ve been finding some amazing graphic novels and nonfiction too and wanted to be sure to highlight those in this list as well. Today’s recommendations include YA, graphic novels, non fiction, and variousContinue reading “Book List: 20 Reads with LGBTQIA+ Representation”

Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Tropes

Hi and welcome to the reading world! Today is another Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week is all about sharing our favorite tropes! I’m going to be sharing this list that’s a little shorter than 10 picks because I haven’t figured out many of my favorite tropes and I includedContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Tropes”

Love at First Page Vol 2: 2021 Results and 2022 Predictions

Hi and welcome to the reading world! Today, I’m sharing the second edition of my Love at First Page series. This is my favorite book predictions that I share each year. First, let’s start off with what books from last year’s list that I’ve read. Many of my TBRs don’t come to fruition- I’m aContinue reading “Love at First Page Vol 2: 2021 Results and 2022 Predictions”

Top Ten Tuesday: New-to-Me SFF Books I Discovered in 2021

Hi and welcome ot the reading world! Today’s post is another Top Ten Tuesday hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl and this week I’m going to be adapting the prompt a little. The prompt is for “new-to-me authors” but last year I found a lot of SFF series and standalones I really want to highlight.Continue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: New-to-Me SFF Books I Discovered in 2021”

2021 End of the Year Reading Survey

Hi and welcome to the reading world! I’m doing The Perpetual Page-Turner‘s end of the year reading survey again this year! I really enjoyed sharing this survey last year and so I’m excited to be doing it again now! For this survey, I used a combination of my Goodreads and Storygraph to summarize these, andContinue reading “2021 End of the Year Reading Survey”