I was bored and I was looking at the free Apple Books when I found The Canterville Ghost. It sounded interesting and it was quite short! I don’t usually read short stories out of the blue like this. I am typically a strict 300pagesisconsideredashortbook typa gal. The Canterville Ghost may be a short read but I think she’s worth it! Some Details Paperback, 72 pages Published October 31st 2019 by Daunt Books (first published February 23rd 1887) Genres: Classics, Fiction, Short Stories, Fantasy, Humour. Synopsis This is Oscar Wilde’s tale of the […]
The main reason why I wanted to read A Clockwork Orange is firstly because its dystopian and I love reading dystopian novels and secondly because this book is often studied in schools and banned in them too! Just like Brave New World , this book is banned for multiple reasons, mainly for graphic violence and assault (I don’t blame ’em!), although I believe that no book can truly be banned, after all “Censorship is the child of fear and the father of ignorance.” and When you tear out a man’s tongue, you […]

“As long as there is love and memory, there is no true death.” ― Cassandra Clare, Lady Midnight 
Just last week I ordered the paperback box set of The Dark Artifices. Sure, I do already have a hardcover first edition of Queen of Air and Darkness but I read Lady Midnight and Lord of Shadows as library books because I knew when the time came I would buy the paperback editions because i just love the spine art they make together and I already have the paperback box sets for The Mortal Instruments and The Infernal Devices and I would really like it if all my books matched formats. Anyway, […]
I lent this book from my library a while back because I noticed my older sister reading it and I thought it was very strange since I’d literally never see her read ever! I thought it must be a good book if it grasped her attention. Some Details Paperback, 288 pages Published September 1st 1998 by HarperPerennial / Perennial Classics (first published January 1st 1932) Genres: Classics, Fiction, Science Fiction > Dystopia Synopsis Brave New World is a dystopian novel by English author Aldous Huxley, written in 1931 and published in 1932. Largely […]
I bought this book in October after I saw it at Michaels. I flipped through a couple pages and it seemed interesting and I knew it would probably be really nice to unwind after a long day. Some Details Published: 2017 Publisher: Workman Publishing Company Pages: 218 Genres: Non Fiction, Self Help, Art Synopsis Take time to breathe. Take time to create. Take time to reflect, take time to let go. A book that’s unique in the way it mixes reading and doing, A Book That Takes Its Time is like a […]
For three years I was a vegetarian and aspiring vegan. Although, as I started high school I found myself with no time to fit everything in. I would love to be vegetarian again, In fact when I make my own meal they are mostly always meatless so there’s only one meal a day I eat with meat and sometimes I opt out of it anyway. It’s not that I really want to hate meats because I want to go around and make others feel bad for being “killers” or whatever […]

“Just because I evolved, doesn’t mean I am spineless. Just because I am malleable, doesn’t mean I am undeserving” ― Mary Lambert, Shame Is an Ocean I Swim Across (2018)