A Bewitching Green Tea Recap: May 3, 2021

Photo by Dids on Pexels.com On Green Tea Librarian: I reviewed Dancing at the Pity Party and Solutions and Other Problems. I also presented my May TBR and three fantasy novel recommendations. On Bewitching Writer: I wrapped up Camp NaNoWriMo and shared a poem, "Marbles."

Pop this in your book bag of holding…

pegasus image by Svetlana Alyuk 123RF.com I've got three options for you! I don't want to stop recommending Jade City by Fonda Lee. Two warring families who use special jade to empower their magic and physical abilities, fight for control of the country even as foreign nations try to interfere. I'm so excited for book…

May 2021 TBR!

Photo by NipananLifestyle.com on Pexels.com There's a lot happening in May! A round of Wyrd and Wonder is happening. A bunch of information is available from Imyril including blog and social media prompts, a bingo card, and The Bone Shard Daughter readalong. Fantasy books are the focus. Cindy is also hosting Asian Readathon again. There…

A Bewitching Green Tea Recap: April 19, 2021

Photo by Ponyo Sakana on Pexels.com On Green Tea Librarian: My Top Ten Tuesday topic was books as crayons. I discussed my brief thoughts on the Hugo finalists. I reviewed Mary Poppins and The Hero's Guide to Storming the Castle. On Bewitching Writer: I presented my second Camp NaNoWriMo update. I also wrote a poem,…

Hugo Award Finalists 2021!

Photo by Adrien Olichon on Pexels.com In my Top Ten Tuesday about my Spring TBR I mentioned the Nebulas. I find it interesting to compare these two. Focusing on the novels again! Black Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse (I've read the first chapter and it was a little terrifying. I still plan on reading it though.)…

A Bewitching Green Tea Recap: April 12, 2021

Photo by Olya Kobruseva on Pexels.com On Green Tea Librarian: I presented a sea-themed TBR for Top Ten Tuesday. Then I reviewed Max and the Midknights: Battle of the Bodkins and The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue. On Bewitching Writer: I updated about my Camp NaNoWriMo progress. I presented the poem, "On the Way to…