I am having one of those days today where I am trying to drink a giant glass of water because 95.7% of the time, my emotional tornado can be calmed by hydration. However, after sipping on my water for an hour, I am giving up because today is just hard and that’s what it will […]
THIS BOOK MADE MY HEART HURT FROM LOVE AND SADNESS. IT DID ALL THE THINGS IT SHOULD OF. I discovered this book on a list on Bookshop, and I was immediately drawn in by the cover. I later learned it was Reese’s YA Book Club pick, and I usually love what she suggests. You Should […]
I proudly present October’s Book Star of the Month: third space books. While perusing the vast world of Bookstagram in September, I discovered a quaint new page. I saw that third space books~ located in Cleveland, Ohio~ was an account dedicated to curating secondhand books. Books would be posted daily for purchase, and I could […]
Okay so I just finished Samantha Irby’s Wow, No Thank You. and I don’t think I will ever stop cackling like a crazed witch boiling some children on Halloween night. All of what Sam wrote (yes, Sam. Like I know her) was so utterly real and honest. I mean, it was past honest. It was […]
CW: Rape and sexual assault Thank you to Penguin Teen for the ARC. I consumed Something Happened to Ali Greenleaf in less than 24 hours. I did not know much about the book going into it, and I am so glad I went in blind. It gave me the opportunity to really go on a […]
In the second episode of The Bookish Vegan, in honor of Latinx Heritage Month, learn how to make Baked Orange Black Bean Taquitos inspired by Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia. Special thanks to David Stobbe and Kimberly Sears! Have fun with these easy and delicious taquitos and let me know how you like them!
For me, the Fall and Winter months are about becoming so cozy I actually disappear into my couch. I hike up my holiday- themed fuzzy socks, put the tea kettle on, light a candle, and wear the biggest sweatshirt I can possibly find. Specifically this year when we are encouraged more than ever to stay […]