Hello dear readers. 2019 is coming to an end in just a week and a half, and I am amazed by how quickly it flew by. I remember it was January just a few days ago, and I had set my goals for the blog for 2019. Jump forward just a little bit, and hereContinue reading “Did I Reach My 2019 Reading Goals?”
2019 is coming to a close…and with it, we must vote on our favourite books of 2019 right? Well Goodreads is already ahead of the game, and has given its winners of the best books of 2019 already. Some of these I am not surprised by at all, and some are a bit of aContinue reading “Bookish News: December 11, 2019”
A few weeks ago the cast of the upcoming Wheel of Time TV show did a read through of the script. Today, a short video was released. Hope you enjoy!
So you may have noticed that I’ve been gone from the blog for the past week and a half or so. I’m not sure if you are worried, but if you were, don’t be because I am perfectly fine. I am not sick, in danger, or uninterested in continuing the blog, I just wanted toContinue reading “I’M BACK”
In keeping with my regular Friday tradition, I’ve got some quotes from Blood Eye for you, which was covered by the wonderful Sarah Houser this week as a guest post. There were some pretty vulgar quotes, so I limited the number of curse words. Hope you enjoy them! “A strong arm kills but a cunningContinue reading “Quote of the Day: Blood Eye”
It’s raining and very cloudy where I am, but I’m not going to let that put a damper on my mood. Here’s a few quotes from to help you get through your hopefully sunny day. “Each day means a new twenty-four hours. Each day means everything’s possible again. You live in the moment, you dieContinue reading “Quote of the Day: May 24”
I’ve been interested in reading and writing since I was a little kid, and my go to type of book to read was a nice long chapter book. The thicker the better. My philosophy was, the thicker it was, the more time and effort were put into it, therefore the book must be good right?Continue reading “Why I Like Short Stories”