Reading Wrap-Up: Olympic Games Edition [June 2020]

Previously- Wrap-Up: Meet Your Myth Taker Edition| Coming Soon: June Reading Wrap-Up The Olympic Games Readathon celebrates all things Greek Myths and Percy Jackson. The books that you read all depend on your assigned Camp Half-Blood Cabin. I was assigned the Aphrodite cabin by a quiz, and did a lot better in this readathon than… Continue reading Reading Wrap-Up: Olympic Games Edition [June 2020]

Comic Corner- Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity #4

Previously- Criminal Sanity #3|Coming soon- Criminal Sanity #5 Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity was written by Kami Garcia, with art by Mico Suayan and Mike Mayhew, and letters by Richard Starkings of Comicraft. What do you need to have read?It’s a stand-alone series, as it’s part of DC Black Label, so feel free to jump into #1.… Continue reading Comic Corner- Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity #4

Reading Wrap-Up: Make Your Myth Taker Edition [June 2020]

Previously: Expiry Date Review | Coming Soon: Olympic Games Wrap-Up The Make Your Myth Taker Readathon is run by Ashleigh@FrolicThroughFiction and Charlotte@charkar_ through the month of June. It did not go as planed and I'm sad to say that I didn't quite finish. However, these are the books that I did read in my attempt… Continue reading Reading Wrap-Up: Make Your Myth Taker Edition [June 2020]

Read With Me: A Tale of Two Cities, Book II, Chapters VII-VIII.

Previously: Book II, Chapter VI| Coming Soon: Book II, Chapter IX Welcome to the ninth week of this read-with-me project. This week we read Chapter VII: Monseigneur in Town, and Chapter VIII: Monseigneur in the Country. This section was first released in a magazine called All the Year Round on Saturday, June 17th 1859. The… Continue reading Read With Me: A Tale of Two Cities, Book II, Chapters VII-VIII.

Read With Me: A Tale of Two Cities, Book II, Chapter VI.

Previously: Book II, Chapters IV-V| Coming Soon: Book II, Chapters VII-VIII Welcome to the eighth week of this read-with-me project. This week we read Chapter VI: Hundreds of People. This chapter was first released in a magazine called All the Year Round on Saturday, June 18th 1859. The story so far… Charles Darnay has been… Continue reading Read With Me: A Tale of Two Cities, Book II, Chapter VI.

Book Review: Expiry Date

Previously: Aurora Burning Book Review|Coming soon: Meet Your Myth Taker Wrap-Up Expiry Date is the third book in Rachel Ward’s Ant & Bea Mysteries, a cosy murder mystery series set at a supermarket. When a body turns up on a nearby building site it throws suspicion onto Bea’s deceased father. With him not able to… Continue reading Book Review: Expiry Date

Book Review: Aurora Burning

Previously: Throwback Thursday 2019 Releases|Coming Soon: Expiry Date Review Aurora Burning is the newest sci-fi book from the co-author team of Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff, who brought us the Illuminae trilogy. Published on the 5th of May 2020 by Rock the Boat Publishing in the UK it is the sequel to Aurora Rising, a… Continue reading Book Review: Aurora Burning

Comic Corner: Falcon & Winter Soldier #2

Previously- Red Hood: Dark Trinity| Coming soon- Criminal Sanity #4 Falcon & Winter Soldier #2 was written by Derek Landy, with art by Federico Vicentini. The colours are by Matt Milla, and letters by VC’s Joe Caramagna What do you need to have read?I will take this opportunity to recommend Winter Soldier: Second Chances if… Continue reading Comic Corner: Falcon & Winter Soldier #2

Read With Me: A Tale of Two Cities, Book II, Chapters IV-V

Previously: Book II, Chapter III| Coming Soon: Book II, Chapter VI Welcome to the seventh week of this read-with-me project. This week we had two chapters to read, Chapter IV, 'Congratulatory', and Chapter V, 'The Jackal'. These chapters were first released in a magazine called All the Year Round on Saturday, June 13th 1859. The… Continue reading Read With Me: A Tale of Two Cities, Book II, Chapters IV-V

Throwback Thursday: 2019 Releases- The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Previously: Olympic Games TBR| Coming Soon: Aurora Burning Review Author's Note: I wrote this post in December 2019 and for some reason I never got around to posting it. It was also inspired by another blogger, though I'm sorry to say I no longer know who. After almost deleting it I thought that it would… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: 2019 Releases- The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly