I wrote a post about Supernatural awhile ago. I thought I had talked about all my thoughts and feelings regarding the show, but with the show ending, new feelings have come up. I’ve found that I want to talk about a lot more haha. A lot of them are going to be negative. I also might throw some random spoilers in there, so just a warning! Also, these are just my personal thoughts and feelings. Continue reading “Supernatural: Some (Mostly Negative) Thoughts”
I’m lucky enough to have the author of House Of Salt And Sorrows on my blog! This book is dark and stormy and romantic and creepy. I loved reading it and I’m honored to have the fabulous author, Erin A. Craig here for an interview!
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I’ve grown to love angry female characters. I never hated them, but I don’t think I ran into them a lot or appreciated/noticed them as much as I do now. And now I love them and will pick up a book specifically for the angry female characters.
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I didn’t use to like angry female characters. They usually tend to be “unlikable”, and they always got on my nerves. I wanted to focus more on the plot, than on the emotional development. I couldn’t connect to the emotional piece as much as I can now. Since then, I’ve grown to love them and have started to seek out books where the girls are the angriest. Continue reading “Why I Love Angry Female Characters”
It’s been awhile since I’ve done a listy type of post and I wanted to finally do another one. Since it’s Pride, I did want to do something queer. So, I thought it would be fun to recommend some of my favorite queer books!
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Welcome to Colsten Can’t Wait, which is my version of Waiting On Wednesday! Every week, my cat and I pick out an upcoming book we’re looking forward to and highlight it! This week, we picked out Ink In The Blood.
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Happy Pride! For me, this is the second Pride that I’ve really felt apart of. Before that, it’s always been kind of in the background for me. I just wasn’t as aware as I am now. It’s also the second Pride since I’ve realized I’m queer. So, I decided to talk about it a bit and how the bookish community has helped me. I always get a bit nervous when talking about this, even though I feel so much more secure in my identity. I’m not quite sure exactly what this post will end up being, but I know I want to write it.
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