Hi all, My addiction with Hogwarts house sorting is no secret. Today, I'm feeding that addiction by continuing this thing that somehow became a series, sorting book characters from outside the Harry Potter universe into the Hogwarts houses I think they belong in. Huh. I think I need a better name than that. I have posts … Continue reading SORTING BOOK CHARACTERS INTO RAVENCLAW
Hi all, So lately I've been thinking a lot about a topic that I was hesitant to write on at first, for a few reasons. I really didn't know how to put it into words without making it into a rant. I generally am not a ranting type of person, or at least I don't … Continue reading Disscussion – YA lit and the quest for originality.
Hi all, It's been a while since I've posted. Sorry about that. The Holidays came and went, and now it's a new year and I was trying to figure out how best to start it off. I've sorted through several posts I've had on my backlog for a while now, but none seem exactly right. … Continue reading Log #7: A new year and new stuff.
Hi all, Today, I'd like to look back on my year in books. I'll be talking about all my favorites, but also the books I didn't like, in no particular order. Most of these have been reviewed, either on this blog or on my Goodreads. These are not the books that necessarily had the hightest … Continue reading Best and Worst Books of 2017
Author: John Green Genre: YA, Contemporary Rating: 5/5 Synopsis (from Goodreads): Sixteen-year-old Aza never intended to pursue the mystery of fugitive billionaire Russell Pickett, but there’s a hundred-thousand-dollar reward at stake and her Best and Most Fearless Friend, Daisy, is eager to investigate. So together, they navigate the short distance and broad divides that separate them … Continue reading Turtles All the Way Down (non-spoiler review)
Author: Sarah J. Maas Genre: YA, High Fantasy Series: #6 in the Throne of Glass series Rating: 4.5/5 “Every step. Every curve into darkness. Every moment of despair and rage and pain. It had led him to precisely where he needed to be. Where he wanted to be.” Wow, so this is … Continue reading Tower of Dawn review (Spoiler-Free)
Hi all, I'm feeling burnt out. My finals are next week, and in these times of extreme stress, I've found solace in the lulling and soothing words of poetry. So I decided to do a chill post and just share some poetry with you all. I mentioned near the beginning of the term that I would … Continue reading Log #6 – Poetry I’ve Collected this Term