Review: Hollowpox: The Hunt for Morrigan Crow

Hollowpox: The Hunt for Morrigan Crow 3rd in the series by Jessica Townsend Little, Brown and Company, 2020 Middle Grade Fantasy Summary: I won't spoil this one but I will probably spoil previous books. Morrigan is finally learning things directly related to her powers. But a disease starts spreading through Nevermoor and it complicates everything…

Review: The Guns of Empire

The Guns of Empire 4th in the Shadow Campaigns series by Django Wexler ROC, 2016 Adult Fantasy Summary: I won't spoil this one but I might spoil previous books. War continues. There are countries trying to take advantage of the political confusion in Vordan and Janus has not let go of his goal to take…

Friday Reads: Finally!

So I got Hollopox by Jessica Townsend and Chasing Lucky by Jenn Bennett this week. Two of my most anticipated releases. I'm also pretty excited to read Murder Lo Mein and The Other Side Of The Sky. I do like a variety. What are you reading this weekend?

Review: The Magic Fish

The Magic Fish by Trung Le Nguyen RH Grapic, 2020 Young Adult Contemporary Graphic Novel Summary: Tien's parents immigrated from Vietnam before they were born. Sometimes they struggle to communicate because their parents don't have all the words in English while Tien doesn't know the words in Vietnamese. But they connect through the books they…

Review: The Tea Dragon Tapestry

The Tea Dragon Tapestry 3rd in the series by Katie O'Neill Oni-Lion Forge Publishing Group, 2020 Middle Grade Fantasy Graphic Novel Summary: Greta is practicing to be blacksmith while also trying to take care of the mourning tea dragon, Ginseng. Likes: Once again the art is beautiful. I adore how colorful it is. Plus the…

Friday Reads: Snowy Weekend

Photo by Benjamin Suter on Pexels.com It's supposed to snow relatively hard in the mountains this weekend. There are so many things I want to read. But I'm still working on The Family Medici by Hollingsworth for Nonfiction November. I'm also progressing with The Ruins of Ambrai by Melanie Rawn and The Guns of Empire…

Review: A Deadly Education

A Deadly Education 1st in the series by Naomi Novik Del Rey, 2020 Adult Fantasy Summary: El goes to Scholomance and the students there are motivated to learn because there are so many creatures in there trying to kill them. Also sometimes their safety is threatened by their fellow students too. Likes: El is hilarious.…

Top Ten Tuesday: Nonbookish Hobbies

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. I struggled a little this week because a lot of my hobbies are book or book related. For example: writing poetry and fiction, this blog, a bunch of my art is connected to…