Miniature Monday #2

I have been on a kick lately of reading a lot of graphic novels, comics, and even a bit of manga, and I have more on my TBR for the next month, so I decided I would start a new series. Every 1-2 weeks, I’ll be posting a small batch of mini-reviews for graphic novels and the […]

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Heathen, Vol. 1 – Natasha Alterici (ARC Review)

A graphic novel about a lesbian viking who’s been exiled from her home, so she goes off on an adventure to save the former queen of the Valkyrie, Brynhild, and to rescue other LGBTQ+ individuals so they don’t have to fear the same fate she underwent? Do you think it was even possible for me […]

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T5W 05.24.17: Favorite Minor Characters

This week’s Top 5 Wednesday challenge is to choose your top 5 favorite minor characters! I feel like it’s important to note here that I consider there to be a tremendous difference between a “side” character and a “minor” character; a side character is not the MC but does have a notable amount of screen time, generally (think: Neville Longbottom), whereas a minor character is usually not shown very often or given much back story (think: Professor Trelawney).

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Wytches, Vol. 1 – Scott Snyder

When Sail and her family move to a small town in New Hampshire, they think they’re escaping the horrors in their little world: the accident that has forced Sail’s mother into a wheelchair, the nightmare in the woods that leaves Sail waking up in a cold sweat. They have no idea that they aren’t escaping at all… in fact, they might be walking right into the fire.

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T5W 05.10.17: Books as Event Themes

This week’s T5W challenge is to choose 5 books/series that you think would make great event themes! Think weddings, proms, birthday parties, baby showers… you get the gist. For me, these are going to be books that have a really strong setting; something I can imitate through decorations, refreshments, and maybe even costumes!

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April Wrap Up

I was really pleased with my month! I had a lot of 5-star reads, a few ARCs, and some great diverse reads.

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