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Hi! Kit here :-)
As you’ve probably figured out, I’m a big lover of books and always have been. I rarely read anything outside fantasy/paranormal and science fiction, but I read a wide variety within those genres, including young adult, new adult, adult, LGBTQIA+, romance-focused, no romance, and all different subgenres (although I do have a special love for paranormal creatures, especially vampires). I also love self-published and indie books. My taste often runs darker, more intense, and/or quirkier than average, but I also like fluffy, light, fun reads. Mood reading is a tricky beast ;-) I never regret reading a book because I take something from every book I read, but I do find it a lot more fun to talk about the ones I like.
I would love to write some books of my own at some point, but for the moment I’m just brainstorming, practicing, and constantly learning.
I’ve always been a Simmer (my favorite is The Sims 3!), but I’ve recently gotten into visual novels, dating sims, and other similar types of games.
I also make art sometimes! Which I usually share in update posts. You can find all the art I’ve shared here.
As for everything else… Well, I’m an INFJ and a spoonie. My favorite color is red, my favorite food is pomegranates, and my favorite movie is Tangled. I love the night because it has a magic and a stillness that makes everything feel more meaningful and makes me feel more like myself. I have six piercings in one ear even though I’m afraid of needles. I love all things gymnastics and circus because I used to do both even though I wasn’t particularly great at either. And… I guess that’s about it!
Don’t hesitate to leave a comment, send a message, or friend me—I love meeting fellow readers, writers, and bloggers!
All things bookish!
Quotes, humor, reading, writing, gymnastics, circus, food, and more, all in pretty picture form!
Any random thoughts I have that fit into 280 characters.
About the Blog
I started this blog in July 2015 as a place to share the amazing books I was finding. Good books deserve to be read, and good authors deserve to know when one of their books has made an impact on someone.
This blog contains reviews of the following types of books:
– Fantasy, Paranormal & Sci-Fi
– Young Adult & Adult
– Traditional, Indie, & Self Pub
– Regular Novels & Comics
– Romance (including LGBT+) & No Romance
I have also started reviewing visual novels, dating sims, and other types of games! And occasionally I talk about podcasts, movies, shows, music, blogging stuff, and other random things.
Support the Blog
As a chronically ill person unable to work right now and also in need of expensive dental work, I appreciate every bit of financial help (and every gift, free book, etc.) that I get!
If you’re enjoying my blog, one way you can help me afford to keep it running, without any extra cost to you, is by using the Amazon affiliate links throughout my blog (many book cover images, reviews, the Books with Disabilities list). If you use one of these and then make a purchase, I will make a small amount of money. Need suggestions? Here are some books I recommend!
If you don’t have a Scribd account yet and you sign up with my link, you can get a 60-day free trial, and I’ll get 30 days free!
I’m also an affiliate for some non-bookish sites! Here are my links for those:
Zazzle (customizable products)
ChemiCloud (webhosting with really affordable prices & fantastic customer service, feel free to contact me if you want to know more about my experience with them!)
iHerb (herbs, supplements, food, beauty products)
Nolah Sleep (a really comfy mattress, especially for side sleepers, that I’ve been using for years)
Honey (a free browser extension that automatically finds coupon codes for you so you can save money)
If you’re feeling particularly generous, you can donate through ko-fi, buy me a book from one of my wishlists, or (if you want to support me but not Amazon) I’m happy to accept books from small businesses too :-)
Amazon eBook Wishlist
*No print wishlist because there aren’t any specific print books I need right now*