books of the month: october 2018

Okay, this is going to be a bit depressing but also not. I only read four books this month which is way less than I hoped for but it just took me a long time to read these books and I listened to a lot of podcasts this month so I read less anyway. BUT … Continue reading books of the month: october 2018

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life things, so many

Me, in June: I really want to blog more, I have so many ideas! Me, now: Ughhhhhhhhhh Yes, I have school and all the other fun life things again and for some reason, I just can't finish one of my 30 half-written blog posts so this is me trying to fit as many topics in … Continue reading life things, so many

book review: A Closed and Common Orbit by Becky Chambers

‚ÄúLife is terrifying. None of us have a rule book. None of us know what we're doing here. So, the easiest way to stare reality in the face and not utterly lose your shit is to believe that you have control over it." I might have found my favourite sci-fi author ever in Becky Chambers … Continue reading book review: A Closed and Common Orbit by Becky Chambers

10 books i need to read before the year is over

Things I haven't blogged about even though I really wanted to: frequency festival in Austria my trip to Heidelberg my summer in general??? Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi because it's awesome and about five book tags I missed because I somehow just can't organise my time the way I want to Things … Continue reading 10 books i need to read before the year is over

book review: The Stars Now Unclaimed by Drew Williams

We're defined by things outside of our control. When we're born, our circumstances, how we're raised. Who we are is something we don't actually have a great deal of say in. Until we do. Oh, this was a fun one. The Stars Now Unclaimed is blurbed (that's a word, right? If not then it is … Continue reading book review: The Stars Now Unclaimed by Drew Williams