Have you seen more references to Harry Potter, Twilight, or other fandoms in YA books this decade? I think it’s a good trend when it’s done right. I enjoy it more when the book celebrates fandom, and it’s usually about a fictional fan culture. These are cool to read because it speaks to the fan… Continue reading Books That Celebrate Fandom
Geekerella’s title is pretty clear that it retells Cinderella but makes her a geek, but it goes further by making her prince the star of the Starfield reboot, which is a space-adventure cult classic that Elle Wittimer was raised on. Elle is not thrilled….
Like the title of this post says, we have images for the 2019 Fanfiction Reading Challenge! In case you missed the announcement post for the challenge, you can check it out here. The fabulous and talented Amber Joy, who blogs at AJ Preiss and vlogs on a channel of the same name on BookTube, created all… Continue reading We Have Graphics for the 2019 Fanfiction Reading Challenge!
It’s December, and we’re winding down on the 2018 Fanfiction Reading Challenge. Join me on the quest to read lots of fanfic for the 2019 Fanfiction Reading Challenge! The challenge will be a little different this year. To start, I have a new graphic for the challenge. Here it is. You are free to use… Continue reading 2019 Fanfiction Reading Challenge: Announcement and Sign-Up
Every October, I love watching all of my favorite Halloween movies on Freeform and Disney. (In case you live under a rock, Freeform is doing 31 Nights of Halloween this year!) One of my favorite Halloween movies is Halloweentown, and I like the first three movies in its series. I don’t like the fourth movie,… Continue reading Make Halloweentown Better by Bringing Kal Back
Welcome to the Second Half Link-up for the 2018 Fanfiction Reading Challenge, hosted by me, Carrie @ Cat on the Bookshelf. Welcome, challenge participants and fanfic lovers! Since everyone is recording their progress on the challenge differently, I will still continue the link-up for anyone who wants to link up what they’ve read, but this will… Continue reading 2nd Half (July – December) Fanfiction Reading Challenge Link-Up
Welcome to the Second Quarter Link-up for the 2018 Fanfiction Reading Challenge, hosted by me, Carrie @ Cat on the Bookshelf. Welcome, challenge participants and fanfic lovers! Last quarter only had me and Cee Arr @ Dora Reads use it, so I am thinking about making what would have been a third and fourth quarter link-up into a… Continue reading 2nd Quarter (April – June) Fanfiction Reading Challenge Link-Up
Welcome to the First Quarter Link-up for the 2018 Fanfiction Reading Challenge, hosted by Carrie @ Cat on the Bookshelf. Welcome, challenge participants and fanfic lovers! I hope you find lots of fanfics to read as the year goes on. Remember the challenge starts and ends for you in whatever time zone you’re in. If… Continue reading 1st Quarter (January – March) Fanfiction Reading Challenge Link-Up
After participating in Harry Potter Month, where fanfiction counted for House Points, this year, I’ve wanted a reading challenge for fanfiction. Since I haven’t found an active one for 2017 or 2018, I’m creating one. Unlike the traditional publishing of books today where the complete book is published at one time, fanfiction mostly relies of… Continue reading 2018 Fanfiction Reading Challenge Sign-Up