Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia

Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia

"Creating art is a lonely task, which is why we introverts revel in it, but when we have fans looming over us, it becomes loneliness of a different sort. We become caged animals watched by zoo-goers, expected to perform lest the crowd grow bored or angry. It’s not always bad. Sometimes we do well, and [...]

Review: Beartown

Review: Beartown

Rating: TW: rape, homophobia Honestly, I don’t want to write this review. I realize a three star rating isn’t bad, but I had such high hopes for this one that giving it anything less than four stars feels like a betrayal. If we’re being frank, Beartown is about a rape in a small town. When [...]

When Dimple Met Rishi

When Dimple Met Rishi

This was a momentous occasion in my reading life, because I self-proclaimed Misster Reader did not finish this book. Granted, I am still counting it as a read book, because I read the vast majority of it until I realized there really was no point in continuing. Originally, I thought I might force myself to [...]

Everything All At Once

Everything All At Once

Rating: Eh, if by Everything All At Once we're referring to the lack of substance until the last twenty pages, then yes I'd say that's a pretty accurate title. For the last few months I’ve heard a lot of hype surrounding Katrina Leno. Albeit, more toward Summer of Salt than anything else. However, I thought I’d start [...]

May Book Haul

May Book Haul

Oh hey, what do you know? I was actually reasonable with my book buying in May. May was kind of a sucky month for me ngl. I'm all about positivity and spreading light, so I don't want this post to take a pessimistic turn. All I will say is that books were a huge comfort [...]