Series of The Week: Fullmetal Alchemist by Hiromu Arakawa

source It's time to get your weeb on ya'll.This series of the week is an amazing manga by the incredible Hiromu Arakawa. It's one of the best selling mangas in history and there's absolutely no question as to why. It's just amazing in every way and not just the manga, the anime as well. But … Continue reading Series of The Week: Fullmetal Alchemist by Hiromu Arakawa

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DRC Review: Hustling Verse: An Anthology of Sex Workers’ Poetry by Amber Dawn (Editor), Justin DuCharme (Editor)

I don't believe I can write a review well enough to give this book of poetry the justice and the power it deserves. But I will try, forgive me if it's not enough. Sex work is one of the oldest and dangerous professions in the world. It has and possibly will be for awhile something … Continue reading DRC Review: Hustling Verse: An Anthology of Sex Workers’ Poetry by Amber Dawn (Editor), Justin DuCharme (Editor)

ARC Review: Good Girls Lie by J.T. Ellison

Trigger warnings: Suicide " Really? At an all girls boarding school? How deliciously gothic." Gothic doesn't even begin to scratch the surface of this book. Let's call it as it is, a lesbian gothic thriller set to the tone of rich millennial teens are out of their minds. They are ruthless. Meet Ash, an orphan … Continue reading ARC Review: Good Girls Lie by J.T. Ellison

The Blogger Recognition Award Sparkle Sparkle

source So the lovely Emer (alittlehaze) nominated me for this amazing award. She and her blog are absolutely amazing. I believe she was one of my first follows and I can't speak enough praise. The Rules Thank the blogger/s who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.Write a post to show your award.Give … Continue reading The Blogger Recognition Award Sparkle Sparkle

ARC Review: Find Your Glow, Feed Your Soul Emily Silva

"All will be well." Hi, yes time for another self help book!! Everything happens for a reason. I have and will always believe that. I'm going through a lot lately. The anniversary of my mother's debilitating stroke is upon us and this summer hasn't been kind to me either. I'm going to be honest but … Continue reading ARC Review: Find Your Glow, Feed Your Soul Emily Silva

Wayward Wanderlust Wednesday: 8/21

This week sucks lmao but hello, welcome to another installment of WWW Wednesday. This meme was formerly hosted by MizB at A Daily Rhythm and revived here on Taking on a World of Words. Just answer the three questions below and leave a link to your post in the comments for others to look at. The Three Ws … Continue reading Wayward Wanderlust Wednesday: 8/21

ARC Review: Grimworld by Avery Moray

“Don’t come back to haunt me.” How can I even begin to describe this book? It was like reading a mashup of Coraline and The Nightmare Before Christmas. I could perfectly envision the telltale creepy stop animation in my mind of the ever dark Halloween esque town of Grimworld. Simply put, I loved this. It’s … Continue reading ARC Review: Grimworld by Avery Moray

DRC Review: The Blue Road: A Fable of Migration by Wayde Compton and April dela Noche Milne

Welcome to my first ever Edelweiss review!! Lmao, I cannot believe I finally got approved. And for 5 books at that!! My boyfriend is honestly my good luck charm because whenever we talk I happen to get approved lmao. I am always so here for whimsical beautiful artwork and a story made up of prose … Continue reading DRC Review: The Blue Road: A Fable of Migration by Wayde Compton and April dela Noche Milne

Hello Again, Friend of a Friend: Goodreads Monday 8/18

Monday is no friend of mine but happy Monday all the same. I’m exhausted and so happy 😭 was talking to my boyfriend all night and we both wake up hella early for work lmao. I never regret it though talking to him is heaven. SO we are back for another edition of Goodreads Monday. … Continue reading Hello Again, Friend of a Friend: Goodreads Monday 8/18

ARC Review: Queerbaiting and Fandom: Teasing Fans through Homoerotic Possibilities by Joseph Brennan

our favorite beautiful lesbian couple I knew I had to read this book as soon as I saw it on Netgalley. I’m a bisexual black woman active on social media sites like Twitter and I see and hear about queer baiting quite often. There are several shows that do this kind of thing and when … Continue reading ARC Review: Queerbaiting and Fandom: Teasing Fans through Homoerotic Possibilities by Joseph Brennan