Month: October 2016

Why I Gravitate Towards Fantasy

Why I Gravitate Towards Fantasy

Posted October 5, 2016 by Emily in Discussion / 1 Comment

A few months ago, I wrote about why I thought I always gravitated towards reading series. Naturally, that post made me look over my entire book collection again. And I noticed something…I read a lot of fantasy. My shelves are overflowing with books detailing all sorts of worlds with any measure of characters. Then, I […]

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WoW [78]

WoW [78]

Posted October 5, 2016 by Lizzie in Meme / 1 Comment

Waiting on Wednesday (aka: WoW) is a weekly meme hosted by Breaking the Spine, spotlighting releases we are waiting for eagerly. This Week’s Victim Pick…. Title: The Gatlon School for Vigilantes Author: Marissa Meyer Genre: Fantasy Coming out in 2017 Add it on Goodreads My Thoughts Upon reading the synopsis, my mind immediately went to The School For […]

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Top Ten Tuesday [102]

Top Ten Tuesday [102]

Posted October 4, 2016 by Stephanie in Meme / 3 Comments

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. Every Tuesday there is a different bookish top ten list. Join in on the fun! Top Ten Favorite TV Villains (All About Villains!) Kilgrave (played by David Tennant) Omg, David Tennant played Kilgrave SO WELL! I loved him as the Doctor in […]

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Spotlight Tour: One Was Lost

Spotlight Tour: One Was Lost

Posted October 3, 2016 by Stephanie in Excerpt, Spotlight / 0 Comments

A Letter From The Author Dear Reader, It’s hard to believe One Was Lost is finally here.  It feels weird to admit that I’ve been desperately looking forward to scaring you all and keeping you up way past your bedtimes, but it’s the truth.  And now that it’s finally out in the world, I just […]

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The Book Thief by Markus Zusak [Review]

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak [Review]

Posted October 1, 2016 by Emily in Review / 3 Comments

My Thoughts This week, my school held parent teacher conferences. As I talked with my coworker, she mentioned how one mother had questioned her choice of reading The Book Thief with her class of high schoolers. I was surprised by how instantly offended I felt. What did this parent mean, why did she choose The […]

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