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These Three Strong Literary Women Will Kick. Your. Ass.

It’s International Women’s Day, which is just the excuse I’ve been looking for to fangirl the fuck out of some of my favorite female literary characters. As a child, kids used to bully me because I wore dresses my mom … Continue reading

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Rad Women Worldwide by Kate Schatz

I was going to post a review about this book the day after the women’s march, but after seeing some of the ignorant, down-right sexist comments on social media I decided it was best to shut down the engines and … Continue reading

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How To Talk To Your Cat about Gun Safety, and Abstinence, Drugs, Satanism, and Other Dangers That Threaten Their Nine Lives by Zachary Auburn

If you’re in the market for a book to leave out on your coffee table in eyesight of any guests you’re hoping to thoroughly freak out, look no further. This sarcastic little gem proved to be an easy read and … Continue reading

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October OwlCrate

  In honor of my website hitting 5,000 views earlier this week (what the even heck), I made a vlog about this month’s OwlCrate box! I apologize in advance for the vulgarity, I have a mouth of a drunken sailor … Continue reading

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Land of Enchantment by Leigh Stein

As someone who has always read books as a means to escape reality, it’s extremely rare for me to pick up a non-fiction book or memoir and enjoy it as much as I would fiction. You know the story: “Leave reality … Continue reading

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