tl;dr Yup, I’m on hiatus again; I just have too many things to juggle right now. Though I don’t have posts scheduled this time, I might sporadically pop in with a tag or reading report, or to reply to comments.
Most likely I won’t be on Twitter, but you can still contact me through email or Discord; it just might take me some time to respond.
Continue reading “Gone On Hiatus”
Keeping this intro brief because it’s not about me or performative allyship or any of that; it’s about how white and non-Black POC folx can support the movement built by Black activists.
Obviously this won’t be a comprehensive list, but hopefully some of these resources will be helpful.
Continue reading “Black Lives Matter.”
As you might know, I really like creating systems for things I do frequently and repeatedly, to make my life just a bit easier. Taking reading notes is one of them, as something I do with just about every book I read.
For over a year, I’ve been tweaking and testing this process until it became what it is today. While I wouldn’t say that I have it down to a science, I’ve created something that works quite well for me.
This is actually a post I’ve been meaning to write for a while, but at long last I’m sharing it with y’all in the hopes it might inspire someone else.
Continue reading “How I Take Reading Notes”
I was tagged by Clo @ Cuppa Clo literally a year ago, but lately I’ve been listening to a lot of music
to drown out my thoughts so I was particularly inspired to do this one. (The tag was created by Bex @ Becca Leighanne.)
Continue reading “Musical Shuffle Tag”
I can’t decide whether I enjoy this literary category so much because it’s a reminder that my school experience could be so much worse (i.e., more dangerous) or because it’s a reminder that my school experience could be so much more exciting (i.e., more dangerous). Maybe some of both?
But either way, back-to-school season puts me in the mood for nonfiction, classics, and dark academia. So today I’m bringing you a list of favorites from this last subgenre (?), which I hope you’ll enjoy regardless of whether you’re currently a student.
Continue reading “[Book Recs] Dark Academia”
Bloomington High School Lions’ star goalie, Sebastian Hughes, should be excited about his senior year: His teammates are amazing and he’s got a coach who doesn’t ask anyone to hide their sexuality. But when his estranged childhood best friend Emir Shah shows up to summer training camp, Sebastian realizes the team’s success may end up in the hands of the one guy who hates him. Determined to reconnect with Emir for the sake of the Lions, he sets out to regain Emir’s trust. But to Sebastian’s surprise, sweaty days on the pitch, wandering the town’s streets, and bonding on the weekends sparks more than just friendship between them.
Continue reading “[Review] Running with Lions by Julian Winters”
September was a thirty-days long goodbye to summer, to the season that left everybody both happy and weary of the warm, humid weather – Lea Malot
and the exhausting but thrilling adventures.*
I thought I was over the back-to-school hype, going into my senior year of undergrad, but it turns out having a set schedule, enforced deadlines, and (limited) social interaction is really good for my mental health.
Huh. Who’d’ve thunk? (Though it’s only been a couple of days so I reserve the right to retract this statement and pretend I never said it.)
Continue reading “September in Preview”
Some pretty good reads, some meh reads, some forgettable reads — same old, same old. IDK, August happened I guess.
Continue reading “August Reading Report”
AAAAAAAAAAA HOW IS IT THE START OF A NEW SEMESTER ALREADY.
Continue reading “August in Review”