June Wrap-Up: Books by Black authors

I want to begin this post by calling myself out.

When it comes to reading diversely, I have failed. My privilege has allowed me to read from a homogenous group of authors without noticing, because again and again I find myself, a cis white woman, represented in those pages. Continue reading


Black Lives Matter: Books by Black authors I’m reading this month

Hello party people. It has, once again, been a very long time since I’ve posted here.

It probably would have been even longer, if I’m honest, except for the fact that I want to use whatever voice I have to amplify the voices of others. Which is why I’m abandoning the half-baked TBR I had lightly considered for this month in favor of focusing on books by Black authors. Continue reading

The Behind the Book Blogger Tag: All me, all the time


Right now, I should definitely be working on a wrap up post. I’m months behind and I need to wrap up, like…50 books? 60? 70? An ever-growing and also absurd number. But instead I’m writing this.

And the simple explanation for that is I’ve posted so. Many. Wrap-ups. Lately, and even I can get sick of myself when I’m that repetitive. And I’m never sick of myself. Which is why we’re about to spend the rest of this post talking ALL ABOUT ME! Continue reading