i hate reading most romance but i do enjoy writing it. i was reading a book and i just felt myself cringing at it. i think it's because the love interest is never really developed, and is just there for the sake of romance. it's a lot sweeter when both characters are fully developed, likable and the romance isnt forced/the main plot point.
i finished sharp objects in 3 days, and i was not expecting the ending at all. wow, it was such a twist. but now i don’t know what to read bc libraries are closed and i don’t feel like reading Stephen King :/
alright, next book! i'm planning on reading sharp objects by gillian flynn. i watched a review on it, and it seems really good. i do have a soft spot for thrillers/suspense books/movies, so im looking forward to this. i picked the book up at the bookstore so let's gooo.
i love boris from the goldfinch SO MUCH. he's such a well-written character that even with his flaws, he's so lovable. it's an amazing book for sure and def recommend it. the writing is lovely, the characters are great and the plot is so captivating. IVE GASPED WHILE READING IT MULTIPLE TIMES, and ive never done that before.
im not the biggest kpop enthusiast as i used to be, but i've been frequenting my friend's kpop club to support her. i don't know any of these new groups or songs, and im worried lmao. like who tf is everglow ??? WHO