Sometimes, when you rewatch the movies that you enjoyed as a child, you think to yourself, “Was I really that dumb?” Whether because of your undeveloped brain or the fact that kids have way different priorities when consuming media, rewatching certain things as an adult simply doesn’t stand up to scrutiny, even if it’s still … Continue reading The Princess and the Pauper is Way Better Than You Remember: Part 1
Happy Holidays and Merry Wassail! Since I'm in such a festive mood, I thought I'd take the liberty of creating a book tag... a Nutcracker Book Tag, to be exact! It’s not exactly a secret that I love the Nutcracker… the music, the story, the choreography, (some of) the film adaptations… to me, The Nutcracker … Continue reading The Nutcracker Book Tag!!!
I love fall. Maybe it's a bit of a cliche, but I don't care--the cooler weather, the leaves changing, the cozy sweaters, even Halloween and the spooky vibes... it's all right in my wheelhouse! And yes, pumpkin-flavored things factor in there somewhere, though my penchant for pumpkin spice varies depending on the day. Fall is … Continue reading It’s Finally Fall Book Tag!
I did the Reading Habits Tag because apparently I just can't resist the opportunity to talk about myself on camera! Do I even know what a bookmark is? How many books can I juggle at once? And how good am I at breaking spines? All is revealed in today's exciting episode! https://youtu.be/KdQ-HnaxQYQ But in case … Continue reading The Reading Habits Tag!
This is gonna be a short one today, guys, because believe it or not, it's pretty hard to do a bookshelf tour that isn't visual. Oh, speaking of visual, here's the actual tour!!! https://youtu.be/MODErtw2OGg But I wanted to talk at least briefly about some of the things I mentioned in the video, namely, the fact … Continue reading Bookshelf Tour 2020!
I finally got around to doing the booktube newbie tag!
A candid book review of Brave New World by Aldous Huxley in which I examine just how similar their society is to ours
Listen, I'm gonna be honest here: this one wasn't that interesting to talk about. Sixteen is a collection of--you guessed it--sixteen short stories by young adult authors from the 80s. It had some good ones, it had some not-so-good ones. I enjoyed reading it but it also brought back a lot of... interesting memories about … Continue reading Short Story 101 When You Don’t Like Writing Short Stories
Willoughby is the world's biggest idiot.
*ahem* I would like to make a speech...