Lacy Literacy

Book Reviews, Discussions, Listicles, More

About the Blog

Lacy Literacy is a book blog. The name Lacy Literacy comes from my love of all things lacy, and my love of reading & writing.

I started Lacy Literacy because I wanted to have a place where I could discuss books, make new friends, and document this part of my life through my bookish adventures in a more detailed format that my Goodreads, Twitter, or Bookstagram allow.

You will see a lot of different things, but they will all be book related. Everything from book reviews to discussion posts to listicles and a whole lot of other bookish stuff.

The books featured will be mainly Young Adult, New Adult, and some Romance from time to time.

 About the Blogger

I’m A.J. I have also been known to answer to “that girl who loves Hold Me by Courtney Milan”. I’m a bisexual 19 year old who was born and raised in Southern California. I am currently attending college here as an Astrophysics & Environmental Science Double Major.

Despite being a heathen STEM Major, I love reading. That wasn’t always the case. In fact, I hated reading up until I read Twilight in 5th grade. At the time, I didn’t know how to control my ADHD which meant I couldn’t be bothered to sit down for an hour staring at a page while sitting still. Without the power of Meyer’s sparkly vampires, I would have never got into reading. It was the first book I willingly read, and taught me that reading could be fun. My reading tastes have changed a lot since then, Maybe not too much. I still love vampires and romance, but I will always be grateful to Twilight for truly changing my life.

My favorite series of all time are His Dark Materials, Mistborn, & A Song of Ice and Fire. My favorite tropes are: generation xerox, estranged spouses, dead parent het, and in spite of a nail.

For your viewing pleasure, please Enjoy this Unfortunate Selection of Photos ft. Me & Books:

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If Westeros was real, I’d be in House Baratheon.

If Hogwarts was real, I’d be in Slytherin (Let’s all collectively ignore that one time pottermore sorted me into Gryffindor).

If I was a Jane Austen character, I’d be an Elizabeth Bennet/Emma Woodhouse mashup.

My favorite reads of 2015 ⋆ My favorite reads of 2016 ⋆ My favorite reads of 2017

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