Author: Jenna

Camp Review: Summer Fun With Lots of Lies

Camp Review: Summer Fun With Lots of Lies

Camp is a fun and summery book set at Camp Outland, a camp for queer teens, and does a great job of basically destroying toxic masculinity. Camp Outland is a place where queer teens are free to be themselves, away from the outside world where they might be hiding who they really are. The novel is […]

July 23, 2020 | 0 Comments
By Jenna
Posted in 3 stars, Books, Reviews
Jenna’s April-June Favourite Things

Jenna’s April-June Favourite Things

I did a January-March favourites post earlier in the year, and it doesn’t really feel like 3 months has passed since then but it has. We’re now in a new financial year (I lodged my tax return yesterday – one of my favourite things to do because I get some money back hehe) and we’re […]

July 9, 2020 | 4 Comments
By Jenna
Posted in Chatterbox, Features
Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag 2020

Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag 2020

I feel like I say “How is it the end of June already?” every time I’ve made this Mid Year Book Freak Out Tag post. But this year, I really do wonder how it’s the end of June already! With all the staying at home, I’ve really lost track of time and I have absolutely […]

June 25, 2020 | 10 Comments
By Jenna
Posted in Books
Jenna’s Tips to Sourdoughing Her Way Through Quarantine

Jenna’s Tips to Sourdoughing Her Way Through Quarantine

Of all the skills that I’ve pick up during this quarantine period, sourdough making has probably been the most useful, most fun and honestly the most delicious. Being an introvert, I haven’t been all that affected by staying indoors and it’s helped me to discover different things to do and also rediscover old hobbies. Sourdough […]

May 28, 2020 | 3 Comments
By Jenna
Posted in Features
Only Mostly Devastated Review: The Most Adorable and Heartwarming Contemporary

Only Mostly Devastated Review: The Most Adorable and Heartwarming Contemporary

Only Mostly Devastated was such a cute and heartfelt contemporary novel about grief, family, friendship and identity. It was lighthearted and adorable, but also explored some complex and serious themes, including loss and sexual identity. I enjoyed the themes, the characters and the writing immensely and I’m keen to pick up Sophie Gonzales’s debut novel to […]

May 14, 2020 | 5 Comments
By Jenna
Posted in 4 stars, Books, Reviews
Animal Crossing Book Tag

Animal Crossing Book Tag

I’ve been playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons non-stop since it came out in March and when Jeann pointed out this book tag to me, I knew I had to do it. I wasn’t tagged by anybody but oh well. The Animal Crossing Book Tag was created by McKenzie @ Bookish Things and Tea. The graphics […]

April 30, 2020 | 11 Comments
By Jenna
Posted in Books, Features