Posted in Life & Other Things

Brown Girl Guilt

i spent the entirety of today with J, free from the cultural toxicity and the unbelievably infuriating four words that i’m forced to hear every day; what will people say? but this freedom only lasted until i came home at 8pm.

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Posted in Book Reviews

The Henna Wars

thank you ever so much to Page Street Publishing & Lizzy Mason for sending me an ARC of THE HENNA WARS to review! this does not affect my rating or review.

TRIGGER WARNING: HOMOPHOBIA & RACISM

When Nishat comes out to her parents, they say she can be anyone she wants—as long as she isn’t herself.

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Foul Is Fair

thank you to NetGalley and Penguin Random House for sending me an e-copy of FOUL IS FAIR to review. this does not affect my rating.

this, first of all, is a book you have definitely got to read. bare in mind, it does go into detail about things which may be triggering for some.

TRIGGER WARNING: RAPE, MURDER, DEATH, BLOOD, SELF HARM, SUICIDE ATTEMPT, MENTION OF SUICIDE, UNDERAGE DRINKING, ABUSE

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Golden boys beware: something wicked this way comes.

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Posted in My Books

Lost and Found: A Poetry Collection

Hey lovelies!

So, I have some news!!! It’s quite exciting, I guess? I mean I think it’s exciting!

Last year, I got back into writing poetry and fell in love with the art form (my poems don’t particularly follow any structure — it’s all free form!) of it all. At the start of this year I went back through the few pieces I wrote for the LOST AND FOUND collection and figured . . . I should publish these.

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