Welcome to another Top 5 Wednesday, y'all. This is a crossover topic from the Booktube SFF Awards! My favorite show of all time. GREAST Sci Fi and Steampunk combo, with the best dialogue writing on TV! An amazing Sci Fi audio drama podcast that everyone should listen to! It's pretty much what would happen if … Continue reading T5W: Favorite Science Fiction & Fantasy in Other Media
Happy St. Patty's Day, everyone! If you're not too far gone on whiskey and beer, have some books recs that are sure to not be pinched - because they're covered in green! (Many are sequels/later books in a series, so I'm linking the covers to the first books, to avoid any spoilers!) This is the … Continue reading St. Patrick’s Day Recommendations: Green Books!
Welcome to another Top 5 Wednesday! Let's get into it! I don't think this qualifies as a children's book, but I read it in elementary/middle school so I had to include it! It's a great book that holds up to rereading! Duh. Always an important story. The female version of Sherlock Holmes that got us … Continue reading T5W: Children’s Books to Read as an Adult
Release Date: March 13, 2018 Read Date: March 5, 2018 (ARC provided by Netgalley) My Rating: 5/5 stars I seem to be on a roll with great short story anthologies this year: first Fresh Ink, then The Radical Element. I had not read the first installment in this series (A Tyranny of Petticoats), so I … Continue reading Book Review: The Radical Element, edited by Jessica Spotswood
This month's #AYearAThon theme was Retellings, and our challenge was marathon a series. I think I achieved both of these, and also read some awesome books! So let's get into it. I just finished this up on the first day of the readathon, but I LOVED it, so stick around for a full review soon! … Continue reading March 2018 #AYearAThon Wrap Up
It's over a week into the month and I haven't posted this haul yet, whoops! My bad! What did YOU get in the month of February? Let me know in the comments! AND! If you've read any of these, please let me know!
Happy International Women's Day, y'all! Let's celebrate with some amazing feminist books! This book comes out next week and is a series of short stories about women, by women, dealing with feminist themes. I loved it so much, there's so much diversity and badassery. Adichie is a must read for anyone who considers themselves a … Continue reading International Women’s Day Book Recommendations