I’m attempting to sing the Avengers theme tune as I wilfully ignore that Endgame is ten days away. I am in no way ready, unless you count having my outfit sorted out: I’m going down with Steve in style, which is to say I’m casually cosplaying as him in my shield baseball tee. Continue reading
He’s never bothered to filter himself with Henry, at first because he honestly didn’t care what Henry thought, and now because it’s how they are.
We all have our little quirks, our likes and dislikes that all accumulate in a personality. These little things make us unique. The A to Z of Me is designed to show off our individuality’s and, inspired by Bookishly Brittknee and Espresso Coco‘s posts and answers, I thought it would be a great way to introduce myself and my little quirks since I recently hit 100 followers on this little blog, something I can’t quite believe.
Following on from my post about the memoirs on my tbr, I thought I’d tackle the high priority graphic novels. Graphic novels are among my favourite genres to read, and certainly my go-to for quick reading. I always endeavour to read at least once a month, whether that be a Marvel comic or an independent story. Continue reading
2019 is shaping up to have some fantastic book releases in all genres, especially those in either the lgbtqa+ category. Because of this, I thought I’d share with you my highly anticipated releases. Continue reading
Welcome to being LGBTQ+. Your life is inherently political. Politicians, all over the world, are still discussing whether or not you should have the same fundamental human rights as straight or cisgender people.
So, you might be aware that I have a bookstagram account. What’s a bookstagram account, you say? Essentially it’s a corner of Instagram for the bibliophile community, where people share photos of books and discuss books. A lot of people in the community keep themes. I’ve muddled my way through themes – about five – to reach the one that has become my aesthetic, which is to say it’s easily recognisable as my photo. Cosy beige tones, title pages, strewn jumpers, and a large expanse of negative space.