The NOPE Book Tag

I found this tag on The Book World and no I wasn’t tagged but I’m going to do it anyway. Being tagged or not has never stopped me before so why should it now? You can find the original tag on A Booktube Book’s channel on YouTube.

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Monthly Reading Wrap Up: March 2018

I’m not going to lie, I read a lot in March. Yes, some of the books were short enough I read them in one day, but I’m still counting them. Continue reading

7 Feminist Books To Read

I am a feminist. I believe in the equal gender rights. I believe in the rights of women to choose and dictate their own decisions over their bodies any way they see fit. Do I like men? Yes I do. Do I like to wear dresses and be “feminine”? Yes I do. I enjoy being a woman. We’ve come a long way but there’s still a long way to go.

For International Women’s Day, I want to talk about some of the feminist books I’ve read. Some of the books on here are great, others not so great, but I do think they’re important when we talk about women’s roles and feminism.

Disclaimer: I haven’t read every single book on feminism. The ones I have put on this list are the ones I’ve actually read. If you have recommendations, I would love to read about them in the comments below.
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TV SHOW REVIEW: The Handmaid’s Tale (Season 1)

TITLE: The Handmaid’s Tale Image result for the handmaid's tale tv show poster
NO. OF SEASONS: 1 – Ongoing
EPISODES: 10 – Ongoing
ONE SENTENCE SUMMARY: Because of the low birth rate in Gilead, handmaids are forced to bear children to the families of the commanders.
GENRE: Dystopian | Drama
NOTE: Based on the Margaret Atwood novel of the same name.
WARNING: Graphic scenes and subject matter.
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BOOK REVIEW: The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

TITLE: The Handmaid’s Tale Related image
AUTHOR: Margaret Atwood
ONE SENTENCE SUMMARY: Offred is a handmaid in the country of Gilead where the totalitarian regime’s solution to the declining birth rate is to forcibly impregnate handmaids with the bible as an excuse.
GENRE: Dystopian | Speculative Fiction
RATING: 4.5/5
NOTE: Not for youngins.

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