Mini reviews: two non-fiction audiobooks // linguistics and climate change

What do linguistics and climate change have to do with each other? Well, nothing, but these were two reviews I had ready that could be easily grouped together! I don't read a lot of nonfiction, but sometimes I get ARCs from libro.fm and the topics are interesting enough that I start listening. Sometimes the books … Continue reading Mini reviews: two non-fiction audiobooks // linguistics and climate change

Mini ARC reviews: That Can Be Arranged + How We Fight white Supremacy

Today I offer you two mini reviews that I feel are too short to share on their own. Two different genres and formats but I think they have something in common — being written by POC and talking about experiences that aren't usually talked about in media. I was sent this book as an advance … Continue reading Mini ARC reviews: That Can Be Arranged + How We Fight white Supremacy

ARC review: DROPKICKromance by Cyrus Parker

  I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own.  Summary: A collection of autobiographical poetry about healing and learning to love again from professional-wrestler-turned-poet, Cyrus Parker. The first half of DROPKICKromance focuses on a toxic, long-distance relationship the author was involved … Continue reading ARC review: DROPKICKromance by Cyrus Parker

Review: How to Be Happy: A Memoir of Love, Sex and Teenage Confusion by David Burton

I was sent this book as an ARC by the publisher via NetGalley for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. ★★★★★  (maybe more like 4,5 stars) Goodreads synopsis: A funny, sad and serious memoir, 'How to Be Happy' is David Burton's story of his turbulent life at high school and beyond. Feeling out of … Continue reading Review: How to Be Happy: A Memoir of Love, Sex and Teenage Confusion by David Burton