Fangirls, I’ve been loving Victoria Schwab lately. I kind of put a bunch of books on hold to read five of her books, and no part of me feels guilty. If you want to read my feelings on her Magic trilogy, you can check that out on The Sartorial Geek.
I’m not going to lie to you, Fangirls; I did not like this bath bomb. It put on a pretty dang good show, but I realized that I should have done my research before ordering this from Lush UK. This bath bomb was not for me, but some of you may like it.
know it’s a bit silly, but the first thing I picked up when I finally got a library card, was a couple of the Tinker Bell comic books from Disney. I grabbed four of these comics from the library; Tinker Bell and the Flying Monster, Tinker Bell and Blaze, Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure, and Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy. They were all a lot of fun, definitely children’s comics, and just a genuinely good read.
Friends and Fangirls, we have progress! It’s not all perfect, but I finished a couple products since last time, so let’s get into it!
Making my way through my massive tub of Lush stuff isn’t easy, but it sure is nice to use things that I had forgotten about! I started using the Bertie soap a week or so ago, and I am truly in love.
Over the weekend, I discovered the most wonderful short story. I read it in less than a day, and it was delightful. It’s called Every Heart a Doorway and it’s by Seanan McGuire. And if you like dark fantasy hiding as cute fluffy fantasy, this is definitely for you.
Fangirls, I love Lush Soap. It takes me ages to use up, but it’s always so strongly fragranced and beautiful, that I can almost never say no to it. So when I went to the UK, I found as many of their exclusives I could get my hands on, and I’ve been working through them ever since. One of the soaps that is not in the US, is he Cream of Tomato Soap, so of course I picked it up!