In Korea, the white chrysanthemum represents the flower of death, of mourning, of the grave. But in this book, the chrysanthemum represents the death of innocence: the brutal stripping away of one young girl’s hopes and dreams.
Oh my goodness, I’m so bad at this award thing. I was nominated for it practically EONS ago, but…. procrastination. *hides*
Thanks to the Steph @ Lost: Purple Quill for nominating me for this award. She’s basically the equivalent of the happy sun emoji, so hop on over to her blog and immerse yourself in her greatness!! (Okayyy that sounded really weird, but you get my point. SHE’S GREAT.)
I love classifying readers according to their ice cream preferences.* Deeply philosophical stuff, really. It tells you so much about them.* HELP ME I HAVE NOTHING ELSE TO POST HELP I thought this was such an incredibly ingenious idea; it’s not like this quiz hasn’t done 1049290 times before. HELP ME I’M STUCK IN THE […]
I also like to think of reading slumps as dark, forbidding shadow demons that creep out every time you so much as put down a book for more than an hour.
Or maybe dragons that you have to slay every once in a while. But not the cute little dragons, the terrifying ones that eat human body parts for breakfast.
Regardless of what your Reading Slump Demon looks like, planning what to do in case of an attack is a must. Because it’s going to happen, guys.
You might be asking yourself, why is there a picture of pineapples on the featured image?? What does this award even have to do with pineapples?
WELL, a) this photo was aesthetic and b) more importantly, it was FREE. Those are the two things I look for in life: aesthetic and free.
Is it bad that whenever I see the title, the Katy Perry song automatically plays in my head?
To answer my own question: Yes. Yes, it is very bad.
I was tagged by the sweetie pie Emma @ Thoughts of a Brown Eyed Girl, whose blog is always such a delight to read, and who you should definitely check out because she, like Wonder Woman, is also THE BEST.