Maybe it’s just me, but I don’t remember the Hogwarts Library having a fiction collection. I know it’s a school library, so there has to be a lot of nonfiction available for student research. But surely there are plenty of students who want to read fiction between study sessions and classes. I don’t even remember… Continue reading Where is the fiction section of the Hogwarts Library?
It’s time for a #ThrowbackThursday. This week’s theme for Book Traveling Thursdays is to choose a book you read years ago. Looking back to 2014, I read Chocolat by Joanne Harris. It’s about a single woman and her daughter who moved to a sleepy village in France. The woman sells chocolates during Lent, has to deal… Continue reading Book Traveling Thursdays: Throwback Thursday
I received this Advanced Reader Copy from a friend. I am aware that the hardcover came out in March, but I forgot it was on my shelf until a couple of weeks ago.
Liv Spark is transgender and is entering sixth grade at a private school. This would be fine, except that this school is the only middle school that requires uniforms and girls can only wear skirts. Worse for Liv is that he hasn’t shared with anyone why exactly this rule bothers him.
It’s the middle of the year, and it’s time to check in. Technically, the exact middle of the Year was on the 2nd. I’ve never done this tag before, but it looks like fun. I don’t know who created this tag, but it’s become a regular tag that I see everywhere in the online book… Continue reading Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag
Happy 4th of July (tomorrow)! June has been incredibly busy for me since I started my summer classes. Most of my time is consumed by my classes, so I’ve had little time to read for fun. It’s also impacted my time to be active on social media, so there have been fewer tweets and photos… Continue reading Monthly Wrap-Up: June 2017
It’s time for another 6 Degrees of Separation, hosted by Kate @ Booksaremyfavoriteandbest. On the first Saturday of every month, readers and bloggers connect the selected book for the month to six other books, forming a chain. The books don’t all have to be related; each book only has to be related to the books next… Continue reading Six Degrees of Separation from Picnic at Hanging Rock to Hamlet
“If a June night could talk, it would probably boast it invented romance.” Bernard Williams This week’s Book Traveling Thursdays asks for a book that originally had a yellow cover, so I chose Interview with the Vampire by Anne Rice. Book Traveling Thursdays is a weekly meme, hosted by Danielle @ Danielle’s Book Blog and Catia @ The Girl… Continue reading Book Traveling Thursdays: Book That Originally Had a Yellow Cover
Last month, everyone was celebrating May the 4th, and TBS celebrated it by putting the first six Star Wars movies On Demand. I had never watched any of the Star Wars movies until then. I decided to try them over one week, so I watched the first three movies, following release order (Episodes IV-VI). Long story… Continue reading Star Wars Ruined Eragon for Me
Happy Second Day of Summer! To celebrate, the theme of this week’s Book Traveling Thursdays requires me to choose a book that I want to read this summer. I’m up for anything to get out of the burning sun and the triple digits outside. I chose Helen Oyeyemi’s Mr. Fox. If you look at my Currently… Continue reading Book Traveling Thursdays: Summer TBR
Yoon Bum, a scrawny, quiet boy, has a crush on the most popular guy in school and who was nice to him in the military. This crush turns into an obsession and stalking. He goes to Oh Sangwoo’s home and lets himself in. What he saw inside was a psychopath. Yoon Bum becomes Sangwoo’s prisoner. Killing Stalking, a psychological horror manhwa, follows the psychological manipulation of Bum and his twisted relationship with Sangwoo.