It wasn't planned but that's how it turned out. So here's the longlist for the Women's Prize this year. Despite me having read none of them yet. Yes, I am ashamed. I do have a few planned though.
What an odd and at times, horrifying this book was. A must read for the fans of all things dreamy and horrid.
What can I say about it that's not negative or baffling?
Hello, it's me, trying my best.
I finally confess to something I am not totally proud of. (Not that that's something I haven't done before. Not being proud of something, that is. I am rambling, I will stop now.)
I finally talk about the e-ARCs I have in my immediate tbr. So yay.
Ayy. I am on track as far as reading is concerned.
If I could give it more stars I would. What a journey this has been, I am in love with everything this book gave me.
It's a goodbye not only to this month but this year as well.
Second last month of the year, where's 2019 gone?