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.