Awhile back, I read Crazy Rich Asians in anticipation of the movie coming out. I wanted to know if it was something that I may be interested in. I definitely was, as you can tell if you read my review. Two of my bookish friends were also working on reading it (one already had, the other had heard only positives), so we decided to go see it together. It was neat to experience the movie after the book (which is always a nail biting situation). We finally saw it this past weekend!
Oh my goodness, Fangirls, I just fell in love with Goldie Vance. I’ve always been partial to Boom! Box comics, but this one truly takes the cake!
Fangirls, I won’t be spoiling the end of this book, but if you’re planning on reading the duology, I recommend reading the first book, The Six of Crows, before hitting that read more tab.
While I’d like to say that I’m not picky about my shampoo and conditioner, I’m aware that saying that would make me a liar. So yes, I am picky; my hair is finicky and I’d like it to just stay out of my face, and look alright. I don’t think it’s the biggest request, but with relatively fine, curly hair, it’s a big request.
I’m still working my way through my most recent Lush order, and loving every minute of it! Last week I tried out the Yellow Submarine Bath Bomb, and much like the movie, it was a colorful experience.
I hate to say it, but much like everyone else, at Carrie Fisher’s passing, I bought her book. I waited awhile to read it, so I could work through my feelings on her death and everything surrounding her before reading her words, and I’m glad I did. I was crying pretty openly for a good portion of this book, because it told a lot about Ms Fisher that I didn’t know, and made her feel even more like a friend than she was as Leia.