Happy New Year, everyone! All best wishes for 2020 ❤

Another month has flown by, so it is time for me to go through my bookmarks and boil all those amazing blog posts out there down to a few favourites. Let’s go!

Consu @ Paper Eyed Girl has compiled a list of trans books by trans authors, because, as she puts it “Sometimes people are shitty but instead of talking about them I thought it’d be way better for everyone to talk about the people making the literary world a better, more inclusive, place”. Well said, Consu! Plus, I’m thinking about participating in Cotton Candy Book Witch’s Here & Queerathon 2020, so this list will be extra helpful!

We all adore immersing ourselves in fictional worlds (* if I may be so bold to assume) and it’s always very interesting to consider their differences with our universe. Here are two gems that do exactly that:

Lastly, I’m a very plot-focused reader and I have on occasion read the ending of a book to see whether it was worth investing in; it’s that important to me. You can imagine my excitement, therefore, at Stephen @ Stephen Writes’ post on his Top Five Memorable Endings Of 2019! (And no worries, he doesn’t give any spoilers.)

What are your favourite blog posts (own or someone else’s) of December? Leave a link below!

7 thoughts on “Favourite Discussion Posts Of December

  1. I love this wrap up at the end of each month. Thank you for sharing! It’s so nice to connect with other bloggers whom I don’t follow.

    I love Olivia’s post — do you think she’s wrong about any of these? I mean, I definitely ran away as a child and my husband plays D&D all the time… XD Oh, and I 100% walk into my BFF’s house unannounced. Heck, we walk into our neighbor’s house unannounced all the time. I love what she mentioned because it’s making me think critically about these books, but I’m also laughing a bit! 🙂


    1. Thanks! Yes, some of them are less true for my life as well. I wouldn’t mind if a friend dropped by unannounced (though they rarely do) and though I don’t play D&D myself I know a few people who do. What I loved about the post was the concept of comparing the two worlds, and I read it more as a reflection on her life than a universal truth.

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