Even though Australia hasn’t fully embraced Halloween it’s my favourite holiday ever. I start celebrating in September, tbh. I love absolutely everything about it. Horror is my favourite genre, but I know most people like waiting until Halloween to start reading “scary” books. I figured since this is my first Halloween in ages that I’m … More 👻🎃 Halloween Read-A-Thon: Announcement & Details!!! 🎃👻
Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly meme that was created by Lainey @ gingerreadslainey but is now being hosted by Sam @ Thoughts on Tomes. For more information on how to participate go check out the Goodreads group!
This Week’s Theme: Gateway Books to Your Favorite Genre … More Gateway to Thriller/Horror // Top 5 Wednesday
So, I had originally planned to make some bookmarks this month instead I got distracted by creating mock ups of various fake products. I posted some on Twitter so you may have already seen them! I’ve been contemplating the idea of creating a society6 store for a while now and wanted to show a few … More Wonderless Designs: The Illuminae Files, Nevernight, The Raven Cycle (& Mock Ups)
The lovely Catriona over @ Little Book OwlCatriona over @ Little Book Owl is hosting this read-a-thon to coincide with Banned Books Week. It’s running from the 25th September – 1st October and the only guideline is to read banned or challenged books. Even better the optional theme for this year’s read-a-thon is DIVERSITY!!! … More Banned Book-A-Thon: Potential TBR & Recs
I wanted to love this book. Kendare Blake’s Anna duology is one of my absolute favourites so I was really excited for Three Dark Crowns. The blurb promised darkness and murder and unfortunately we only got handfuls here and there. It was like Gossip Girl in a Fantasy setting which is fine, but that’s not what I was lead to believe this book would be and thus resulted in me being pretty disappointed. … More Misleading Marketing Makes Me Sad // Review: Three Dark Crowns (Three Dark Crowns #1) by Kendare Blake
This book is for the people who waited for their Hogwarts letter.
This book is for the people who wished their wardrobe would take them to Narnia.
This book is for the people who wanted to fall down a rabbit hole or have Peter Pan show up outside their window.
If you’ve ever felt like your home was anywhere besides where you are then this book is for you. … More She Was A Story, Not An Epilogue // Review: Every Heart A Doorway (Wayward Children #1) by Seanan McGuire