Today’s post was prompted by a book I read recently. It contained some content I didn’t know would be in there and made me very uncomfortable to read. Things like child pornography for example. I again realised why trigger and content warnings are so important.
Annotating your books is a bit of a controversial thing. Some people are completely against it and others will defend it with everything they’ve got. Personally, I’ve been on both sides of the discussion. Continue reading
Here I am with yet another discussion post. Today I want to talk about technology in YA literature or rather the lack thereof. For some reason this aspect of a teenager’s life is so often forgotten. Why is that? Continue reading
So, it happens to the best of us. You want to write a blog post, you open a new post on WordPress (or Bloglovin’, Tumblr, Blogger,…) and you just stare at the blank page. Zero inspiration. Believe me, I have been there. So what do you do?
Let me just start right of the bat by being honest with you, I haven’t written a discussion post until now, because I was scared. I would love to write discussions about feminism and diversity, but I feel like my opinion might not be valid enough. That leads me into the topic of this discussion; Can you really discuss diversity if you come from a privileged, non- marginalized place? Let’s discuss! Continue reading