5 books I adore but don’t talk about enough

I love screaming about my favourites on the internet, but sometimes I miss a few gems.

I mean, can you really appreciate a good book enough? There’s always something new to explore within the pages of a novel, which is why I love literature so much. 

I’ve been having such wonderful luck with most of the books I’ve read in the last two or so years, so I thought, why not talk a little about some books I’ve not appreciated enough here? I’ve narrowed down my list to 5 books so that this post does not become a novel itself :’) Here are some reads to add to your TBR!

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Pages of June 2022: A month full of new beginnings

The last few weeks have been pretty wild…

As you may or may not remember from my #AmCurrently post, I’m done with 10th, and now, just a few weeks later, the semester for my 11th grade has begun! I still cannot process everything that has happened, so I’m hoping that perhaps writing everything down will help me come to terms with all the new changes. 

Before I get into stuff happening in my life right now, I’d like to take a minute to chat about my recent reads and posts!

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The mid-year book freak out tag: 2022 edition!

It’s already almost the end of June…

Time is definitely a social construct, because there’s no way we’re already half way through 2022. Like, how is anyone even processing time anymore?? 

My life crisis aside, 2022 has honestly been a lot more decent than I expected. A lot of new changes are going on in my life right now, which is the reason I could not post last week (I’ll update y’all in the next post!). But now that I’m kind of getting used to everything, I’m back to scream about the 15 books I’ve read so far this year. 15 sounds like basically nothing compared to where I was last year, but let’s not talk about that :’) 

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Blog Tour Review: TJ Powar Has Something To Prove by Jesmeen Kaur Deo // An unflinchingly honest and important YA contemporary.

Is there anything better than feeling truly seen in a piece of media?

Ever since this book was announced, I instantly knew that I would love TJ Powar Has Something to Prove with all my heart, and I’m very glad that I did! I’m so excited for everyone else to be able to read and love this as much as I did.

So today I have a review of one of my favourite reads of this year, which will hopefully convince you to read, or at the very least, add this wonderful book to your TBR; as a part of the promotional book tour hosted by Colored Pages Tours!

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80+ Contemporary and SFF novels to read during and beyond Pride Month

Happy Pride besties!

June is the month we support and celebrate the amazing LGBTQIA+ community, so today, I have almost 90 novels you should add to your TBR and read during and beyond Pride Month! I know, 90 sounds like a lot of books, and it surely is, but I did not want to leave out any of these wonderful books by queer authors with queer representation. Hence after hours of typing and multiple cramped fingers, here we are!

I really did want to include more genres but I’ve narrowed this list down to two of my favourite genres—Contemporary and SFF! Below is a key you can use to refer to find out what specific representation each book has, and an index to jump to your preferred genre and age range.

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