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, fanmixes, hauls, bookish discussions, and my travels to book festivals, signings, and indie bookstores will be featured.
The books featured will be mainly Young Adult, New Adult, and some Romance from time to time.
In 2017, I’m participating in a lot of cool challenges including Diversity Bingo 2017, the Unapologetic Romance Reader’s New Years 2017 Reading Challenge, the 2017 New Adult Reading Challenge, and, of course, the traditional Goodreads challenge.
About the Blogger
My first name is impossibly long, so please, call me A.J.
I’m a bisexual eighteen year-old who was born and raised in southern California. I am also currently attending college here as an Astrophysics major.
Despite being an Astrophysics major, I also happen to 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 so I hated being forced to sit down and read. 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,
okay maybe not too much. I still love vampires and romance, but I will always be grateful to Twilight for truly changing my life.
I read all genres, but right now the overarching ones I read the most are Young Adult and New Adult.
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.
Please Enjoy this Unfortunate Selection of Photos ft. Me & Books:
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.