A Book That Takes Its Time: An Unhurried Adventure in Creative Mindfulness by Irene Smit and Astrid van der Hulst – Review

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 […]

The Oh She Glows Cookbook: Vegan Recipes To Glow From The Inside Out by Angela Liddon – Review

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 […]

Shame Is an Ocean I Swim Across by Mary Lambert – Review

I believe it was during Clockwork Reader’s bookshelf tour that I first saw Shame Is an Ocean I Swim Across. I was looking for another poetry book but I’d like to say that when I was walking around at Chapters I did not bring this one home because of how beautiful the cover is for […]

Surreal

“i wonder how many women are painting themselves into movie girls while they sleep angling their faces alien to themselves, an unnecessary surrender to things that kill them, to things that are not real I tell myself in the mirror, applying the second coat of mascara: these things are not real” ― Mary Lambert, Shame Is an […]

Because I Was A Girl: True Stories for Girls of All Ages by Melissa de la Cruz – Review

I picked up this book right after I finished the Red Queen series mainly because it interested me but also because Victoria Aveyard is a contributor for this book which I thought was cool. I’ve also read The Ring and the Crown and Blue Bloods my Melissa de la Cruz and they where pleasant reads […]