Review #202 // She/He/They/Me – Robyn Ryle


She/He/They/Me is a choose-your-own-adventure type novel that lets you choose your path through gender. Gender has become more and more important in recent years, so understanding it is pertinent to the modern person.

Why this book?: The cover caught my eye while I was scrolling through NetGalley. I’ve been trying to read more non-fiction, so this felt like a good place to start!

I would like to thank Sourcebooks for allowing me access to the ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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4 Non-Fiction Novels I’ve Liked & 4 Non-Fiction Novels I Want to Read ASAP

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For a while now, I’ve found myself interested in some non-fiction novels that I normally wouldn’t have picked up. I don’t know what started me on this kick, but I’ve been reading more than a few non-fiction novels here and there during my time before and at college.

So here’s a list of 4 recent non-fiction novels I’ve read, and 4 I’m looking forward to reading soon!!

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November Wrap-Up

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This year, I’ve decided to start doing monthly wrap-ups. You can look forward to these posts on the first of every month, with the previous month being discussed.

Deciding what I wanted to include in these posts was hard, but in each of these, you’ll find: books I’ve read this month, posts published, as well as news (be it personal or public). Enjoy!

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Review #201 // Small Spaces – Katherine Arden


Ollie loves to read books, so much so that when she sees someone about to throw one into a nearby creek, she does what she thinks it right and steals it. Reading the book leads Ollie into the world of the Smiling Man and his deals–but can Ollie and her classmates survive?

Why this book?: I heard about it through a booktube channel (Chelseadolling Reads, I think?), and it sounded like something I’d love. I was a bit iffy, because I wasn’t a fan of Arden’s The Bear and the Nightingale, but I was willing to give her a second chance for some MG spooks.

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Review #200 // City of Ghosts (Cassidy Blake #1) – Victoria Schwab

City of Ghosts (Cassidy Blake, #1)Cassidy Blake’s parents are the famous Inspectres, authors known for their books on ghosts. They don’t actually know if ghosts exist (her mom hopes), but Cassidy does–she can see them, and her best friend Jacob is one. With the Inspectres getting a TV show, Cass realizes that she’s going to be experiencing more ghosts this summer than what she banked on.

Why this book?: I really enjoy V.E./Victoria Schwab’s writing, so I was excited to pick this one up. Also I love ghost stories. Being a middle grade ghost story is right up my alley.

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