Disney Book Tag

I watched the new Toy Story movie the other day (it was amazing can't tell just how much I cried my eyes out) and thus have decided to do some kind of booktag that I found online. I could not find a good Toy Story one (eternally sad) BUT I found a Disney one (YAY). ... Continue Reading →

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The Island of Dr. Moreau

At first I was a tad worried about starting this book, mainly because I'm so easily confused with overly complicated books (and this one looked mighty mighty confusing), but I enjoyed so so so much more than I had expected to. A shipwreck in the South Seas, a palmy paradise where a mad doctor conducts... Continue Reading →

New Hunger Games Book ???

A new Hunger Games book ?? Looks like its time to re-perfect the art of doing a side braid and dusting off my mockingjay pin because lil' ol' Hunger Games fan is back and as alive as ever y'all!! Just in case anyone missed the HUGE NEWS, Suzanne Collins has announced a new Hunger Games... Continue Reading →

The Mermaid

Earlier this year I read Lost Boy by Christina Henry and loved it so so so so so much, that I just HAD to read something else of hers. And since I am a sucker for all things mermaid (like seriously, I love mermaid stuff far more than a 21 probably should), I decided to read The Mermaid this month for a good dose of creepy, Christina Henry, fantasy, retelling. But with a mermaid.

Summer

Imma just say now, I dislike Summer. I hate the heat, I hate trying to dress in accordance with the weather (like it may not be warm in the morning when I leave but about two hours later it's gonna be BOILING), I hate how long the days are. I like winter. I like cold... Continue Reading →

My May Summary

May happened. I don't really know what happened this month, but I guess it happened. It felt both really long but also really quick. Which makes no sense. So I don't know. Maybe I just slept for all of May ? Which is more of a possibility than I care admit. I slept for most... Continue Reading →

Gerald’s Game

SO I realised the other month that I hadn't read any Stephen King since about December and like ??? Lauren, what you doing ? I've been reading mainly YA books this year and since King isn't realllly YA genre, I just hadn't pick up any of his books in a while. So ya girl sat down... Continue Reading →

I Love Dystopian Books

So I love Dystopian novels so much! I love the whole yo the future ain't good or a Utopian society turned Dystopian like YES. Or worlds which are amazing and all that for some people but are borderline hell for everyone else. They're just so interesting to see the different futuristic style worlds that have been created and finding out the flaws and issues surrounding it. 

Mental Health Representation In Books

Mental Health awareness and representation is really important in media be that films, TV or books, especially since there's is such a negative stigma surrounding mental health problems. And books (and films and TV) that give it representation and do it well are AMAZING.

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