“The City of Brass” by S.A. Chakraborty

For a while, it seemed like everyone I followed on Twitter was talking about The City of Brass, but all I really knew about it was that it had a gorgeous cover. Having heard it discussed, I requested it pretty quickly when I saw it on NetGalley -- peer pressure is real, especially when it … Continue reading “The City of Brass” by S.A. Chakraborty


“We Are Young” by Cat Clarke

I've read a few of Cat Clarke's other books, so I knew this probably wouldn't be lighthearted. Her stuff is the dark side of contemporary, exploring all kinds of mental illness and feelings -- and to be honest, I always find that dark contemporary hits a lot harder than similar fantasy, because it feels so … Continue reading “We Are Young” by Cat Clarke

April 2018 News

My hiatus is, sadly, not quite over yet, but here are a few updates for you, in fun bite-sized chunks. This particularly hiatus might last slightly longer than planned, because I'm currently in dissertation hell and all my brainpower is going into that. Even though I'm reading, I'm finding it a bit hard to concentrate … Continue reading April 2018 News

Brief Hiatus

Hey, everyone! I feel like I've been doing way better with this whole "schedule" thing lately, but I'm afraid things have got on top of me this week, so I'm going to take a brief hiatus. A few updates: I had my first Irish dance competition in seven years yesterday -- and it went really … Continue reading Brief Hiatus