Quick Picks [3]

Quick Picks [3]

Welcome to my first installment of Quick Picks in it’s new format. I used to do something like this, but it’s been a while. I decided to come back to […]

A Girl Like That

A Girl Like That

A Girl Like That looks back on the events that led to Zarin Wadia being found dead in a car accident with a boy on a highway in Saudi Arabia […]

Queens of Geek

Queens of Geek

Charlie and Taylor are best friends that couldn’t be more different. Charlie is vlogger-turned-actress who’s going to a convention in the U.S. to make some panel appearances and get over […]

Quick Picks [2]

Quick Picks [2]

Here’s another few quick picks. This time I give you a YA romance and two poetry collections and all three are must reads! This is possibly the worst day of […]

Quick Picks [1]

Quick Picks [1]

I need to catch up on some reviews so here are a few quick picks! Since I read this months ago and just recently got a finished copy to skim […]

What Happened

What Happened

Hillary Rodham Clinton delivers a candid look at her thoughts, feelings, and concerns from the beginning of her campaign to the beginning of the presidency of Donald Trump. Clinton looks […]

You Can’t Pick Your Genre

You Can’t Pick Your Genre

Emily O’Neill uses the imagery of slasher films to tackle the topic of violence against women and survival. This collection of poetry begins with a strong statement: how girls are […]

Men Explain Things to Me

Men Explain Things to Me

Rebecca Solnit tackles feminist issues in this collection of essays. Solnit begins her collection with a lighthearted essay about how men often assume women know less about something than they […]