The Ghosts of Rose Hill by R. M. Romero

Soft and slow; perfect for a haunting. Continue reading The Ghosts of Rose Hill by R. M. Romero

Women of the Harlem Renaissance Edited by Marissa Constantinou

The book selects some of the best short pieces by some of these women which is a great way to check out different writers and see whose style might be to your taste before reading more by them. Continue reading Women of the Harlem Renaissance Edited by Marissa Constantinou

A History of Touch by Erin Emily Ann Vance | Book Review

My grandmother always said,
Ask no questions
when disposing of bodies. Continue reading A History of Touch by Erin Emily Ann Vance | Book Review

NOT A LOT OF REASONS TO SING, BUT ENOUGH by Kyle “Guante” Tran Myhre | NetGalley Book Review

But good people: Revenge is more than spite. I do not peddle simplespite; it’s only spite when the war is over. And our wars rage. So rage back, my friends. Buy a bag of spiders today, and rage back. If you’re wondering why you should buy a bag of spiders, scroll down to the first … Continue reading NOT A LOT OF REASONS TO SING, BUT ENOUGH by Kyle “Guante” Tran Myhre | NetGalley Book Review

Last Week in NetGalley

I’m really trying to improve my NetGalley stats okay! This month, I’m aiming to get all the low hanging fruit out of the way! By that I mean I’m just going to be focused on reading poetry and graphic novels! I love reading bad poetry, which made this seem like the perfect thing! In order … Continue reading Last Week in NetGalley

Book Review | Songs Of Flesh Songs Of Spirit by Mark Shepard

Tell me something I can dance to. Mini Book Review I haven’t read anything by Mark Shepard before this. There were some pieces that I didn’t understand the point of, but others that I really liked. I was also a little taken aback by the length and had to check that on Goodreads; the book … Continue reading Book Review | Songs Of Flesh Songs Of Spirit by Mark Shepard

Book Review | little astronaut by Jennifer Stein

Mini Book Review Thank you, NetGalley for the chance to read and review this! This is a very sweet and funny collection of poems! I can’t wait for my friends to have kids so that I can give them a copy after this is published! Little Astronaut comes out on the 20th of September, 2022. … Continue reading Book Review | little astronaut by Jennifer Stein

Last Week On NetGalley!

This is me working on my NetGalley feedback percentage! Check out what I read these past two weeks! Continue reading Last Week On NetGalley!

Last Week in NetGalley

So I had a 4-day work week, and that meant I really got through some of my NetGalley books! If there is anyone over here who doesn’t know what NetGalley is, NetGalley is a website you can use to request ARCs, or Advance Reader copies. It has some of the biggest publishes and some really … Continue reading Last Week in NetGalley

Book Review: Avidly Reads: Poetry by Jacquelyn Ardam

Avidly Reads: Poetry by Jacquelyn Ardam I’m not familiar with any of the other books in the avidly reads series, but I would check them out on the basis of this one. Ardam is a good writer, clearly very knowledgable, and I think her experience as a professor gives her the ability to recognize when … Continue reading Book Review: Avidly Reads: Poetry by Jacquelyn Ardam