While this blog post will also contain my review for Leigh Bardugo's Six of Crows, it will also contain subject matter some reader my find triggering. Therefore, there is a content warning for suicide and suicidal ideation.
I don't normally read biographies of any kind (with the incredibly rare exception of Carrie Fisher's books), but I especially don't ever read autobiographies about illness. Given my own various mental illness diagnoses, non-fiction books about illnesses tend to trigger a certain kind of anxious paranoia in me that I just can't shake. However, if you know... Continue Reading →
Things haven't been great the last few weeks, and as I thought things were beginning to look up, I got knocked down once again. This month was supposed to be full of fun Star Wars posts that I had had planned out for months, but - as is usual for me lately - mental health... Continue Reading →