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2020 Bookish Resolutions

Happy New Year, everyone! It’s slightly terrifying to think that it’s already 2020 – where did the last year go? I finished a post-graduate degree in digital media marketing, and now that school is finally over, I’m hoping to put more time and energy into blogging – I’ve truly missed being able to celebrate a love of reading...

Review | The Testaments by Margaret Atwood

When I first heard that The Testaments was being published, I immediately assumed it was because of the massive success that The Handmaid's Tale saw on Hulu. While The Testaments didn't rehash the show's plot points, as I initially feared, it was an unnecessary addition and a far cry from the original source material.

Top Ten Longest Books I’ve Ever Read

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly book meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week, she posts an idea relating to books and encourages other book bloggers to respond with their own top ten lists. This week’s topic is “top ten longest books I’ve ever read.” I tend to shy away from especially long books – there’s something...

September 2018: Monthly Wrap-Up

I am so excited for October: the leaves will have finally changed colour, it will definitely be ankle bootie weather and, of course, it’s Halloween month. After the difficult month that I had in August, I’m happy to say that September was a bit more gentle to me! I started a new job in Downtown Toronto, and the 2+...

Review | The Weight of Feathers by Anna-Marie McLemore

The Palomas and the Corbeaus have long been rivals and enemies, locked in an escalating feud for more than a generation. Both families make their living as traveling performers in competing shows—the Palomas swimming in mermaid exhibitions, the Corbeaus, former tightrope walkers, performing in the tallest trees they can find. Lace Paloma may be new to her family’s...

ARC Review | Nightingale by Amy Lukavics

At seventeen, June Hardie is everything a young woman in 1951 shouldn’t be—independent, rebellious, a dreamer. June longs to travel, to attend college and to write the dark science fiction stories that consume her waking hours. But her parents only care about making June a better young woman. Her mother grooms her to be a perfect little homemaker while her...

The Made in Canada Challenge

Despite being a proud Canadian who loves both hockey and Tim Hortons, the number of Canadian books I have read is much lower than I’d like, both in terms of author and setting. As a result, I’ve decided to challenge myself to read more books by fellow Canadians since there’s just something so comforting about reading books that take place...