Top Five Wednesday – Book Covers You’d Live In

  I absolutely love these covers! The three above I've actually read so I know the world's that are inside but the two below I know nothing much about- Though I do own both! I will get to them eventually, I promise! But the covers are absolutely beautiful!           What book… Continue reading Top Five Wednesday – Book Covers You’d Live In

Top Five Wednesday – Series That Got Better

I'm sorry for not posting yesterday everybody! I had my friend's birthday party to attend and it was an all-day event! (So much social interaction, I was so tired by the end of the night). However I do have a top five Wednesday for you all!   Today's top five Wednesday is about series' that got… Continue reading Top Five Wednesday – Series That Got Better

Review – Counting Wolves by Michael F. Stewart

Counting Wolves Michael F. Stewart Summary: "The Breakfast Club meets Grimm's Fairy Tales in the lair of an adolescent psych ward. Milly’s evil stepmother commits her to a pediatric psych ward. That’s just what the wolf wants. With bunk mates like Red, who’s spiraling out of control; Pig, a fire-bug who claims Milly as her… Continue reading Review – Counting Wolves by Michael F. Stewart

Book Tag – Studio Ghibli Book Tag

Hey everybody! This tag was originally created by Spiccy Cullen and then translated (and tinkered with) by sydneysshelves. I've been tagged by the wonderful whatalovelybook to complete this tag, go check them out! Thank you so much for tagging me, I absolutely love Studio Ghibli films! 1. Castle in the Sky: A book that speaks… Continue reading Book Tag – Studio Ghibli Book Tag

Top Five Wednesday – Books That Aren’t Set In/Inspired By The Western World

"Talk about books that are set outside of the Western World (so outside of North America and Western Europe) or if they are SFF, books that aren't inspired by those places (so no medieval setting fantasy!)"   Oh this one is going to be interesting to do, honestly I'm having a hard time thinking off… Continue reading Top Five Wednesday – Books That Aren’t Set In/Inspired By The Western World

Top Ten Tuesday – Top Ten Series I’d Like to Start, but Haven’t Yet

      I've owned most of these for so long! Yet I've never started them- I don't think I could honestly say which one is at the top of my list. They all sound rather incredible and interesting. Which of these should I start first when I get the chance? Have any of you… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday – Top Ten Series I’d Like to Start, but Haven’t Yet

Top Five Wednesday – Books as Event Themes

Once again I am sort of late for a top five Wednesday? Well, late again for me, on time for most of you? But here we have books as event themes, this should be a rather interesting one! In no particular order I have: American Gods - While I haven't read this one, I have… Continue reading Top Five Wednesday – Books as Event Themes

Andy’s Friday Recommendation

  Lumberjanes! Another graphic novel/comic series that I very much enjoyed. I mean who wouldn't love reading about queer girls (and some other queer minor characters) at a camp and a lot of weird stuff happening? It's full of mystery and action and adventure. Queer girls that are there for each other, a great story… Continue reading Andy’s Friday Recommendation