HOGWARTS HOUSE BOOK TAG!

HELLO INTERNET AND WELCOME TO ANOTHER EPISODE OF- oh, sorry guys, I’ve been listening to way too much Potterless recently. HOWEVER. We absolutely will be keeping on the topic of Potter today, as I introduce you all to the Hogwarts House Book Tag! Now, I know, I know. I’m sure this has been done a million times, and I absolutely have no intentions of taking complete credit for what I can only imagine is a wildly unoriginal idea. That being said, I promise I did come up with all of these questions, and this was wholly inspired by me being an enormous nerd, Schubes of Potterless fame ranting and raving about house qualities (or lack thereof), and just my own general desire to come up with something a little fun to spruce up my blog! So, here goes.

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APRIL ROUNDUP!

MAY? It’s may ALREADY? Wild. Hey everyone! Happy May, I guess, and welcome to this month’s recap! Blah blah blah, you know the drill. This is the part where I recap the last month! Though, I had a pretty slow reading month last month (what’s new, honestly?), and my head was all over the place, so I’m not sure this will be the world’s most thrilling recap, but we’ll give it a go! Before we get started, I’d like to apologise though! I really have had a sloppy month! I had a rubbish reading month, as well as a rubbish blogging month, and I’ve just been generally very spaced out and a bit on the useless side. I’ve not been keeping track of other bloggers and posts as such, nor have I gotten a very good handle on my own content, so hopefully May will be better all around!


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REVIEW; COFFEE BOY BY AUSTIN CHANT

After graduation, Kieran expected to go straight into a career of flipping burgers—only to be offered the internship of his dreams at a political campaign. But the pressure of being an out trans man in the workplace quickly sucks the joy out of things, as does Seth, the humorless campaign strategist who watches his every move.
Soon, the only upside to the job is that Seth has a painful crush on their painfully straight boss, and Kieran has a front row seat to the drama. But when Seth proves to be as respectful and supportive as he is prickly, Kieran develops an awkward crush of his own—one which Seth is far too prim and proper to ever reciprocate.”
4/5 stars.

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REVIEWS; OH MY GODS & WE SHOULD ALL BE FEMINISTS

OH MY GODS by ALEXANDRA SHEPPARD

Life as a half-mortal teenager should be epic.
But, for Helen Thomas, it’s tragic.
She’s just moved in with her dorky dad and self-absorbed older siblings – who happen to be the ancient Greek gods, living incognito in London!
Between keeping her family’s true identities secret, trying to impress her new friends, and meeting an actually cute boy, Helen’s stress levels are higher than Mount Olympus.
She needs to rein in her chaotic family before they blow their cover AND her chances at a half-normal social life.
Or is Helen fated for an embarrassment of mythical proportions?”
3/5 stars.

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GIVEAWAY WINNER #2 (AND #3)!

Welcome back everyone! I’m really happy to announce that the second giveaway winner has been chosen! If you’re not sure what I’m talking about, then just to recap: At the start of March I decided to host my very first giveaway in honour of both International Women’s History Month and St Patrick’s Day! I announced the first winner on March 18th, and the lucky Aashiwas gifted a free book written by a female, Irish author of their choosing. The second winner, who I announced over on my twitter account, was given the chance to choose any book by any female author!

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MAGNIFICENT MUMS!

Hiya everyone! So, today marks the last day of the month, and so the very last day of International Women’s History month. But what some of you might not know is that today also marks Mother’s Day in some corners of the world! So, in the UK (and other places, no doubt) many of us are celebrating mothers, and all that they do for us. In honour of today, I thought it would be nice to compile a list of some of my favourite literary mothers! And, while I talk about some of my favourites, I’ll then be featuring a selection of other bloggers and tweeters alike who will be telling us about their favourite literary mothers, too!

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