2020, Book, Comics

Thoughts: Rise of Kylo Ren by Charles Stoule, etc

Right, so just to get this out of the way, I am not a Kylo fangirl. He's interesting in that way any villain is but I am not someone who loves him or tags him as my favorite character. But this comic arc - wow guys. I recommend this if you're a fan of canon… Continue reading Thoughts: Rise of Kylo Ren by Charles Stoule, etc

2020, Books, Recommended, Reviews, SF/F, Wrapup

February Wrap-up Pt 1

The first full month with my daughter was a learning experience. We had to find our new normal - for the time being, till I return to work - and heal up. I swear those first two weeks of her being home were the hardest thing I've ever done (including childbirth), but we're starting to… Continue reading February Wrap-up Pt 1

2020, Book, Books, Recommended, Reviews, SF/F

Thoughts: Turning Darkness Into Light by Marie Brennan

My reading is restricted these days almost exclusively to my Kindle. So I'm not being too picky when it comes to things that look interesting - and are on sale. Turning Darkness Into Light by Marie Brennan is the start of a series that follows up the Natural History of Dragons series she completed a… Continue reading Thoughts: Turning Darkness Into Light by Marie Brennan

2020, Book, Reviews, romance, SF/F

Thoughts: Shades of Milk and Honey by Mary Robinette Kowal

    This has been on my TBR for ages. I love Jane Austen - no surprise there, I think a great deal of bookish readers my age do, and I love magic so combine those two flavors and you have a winner. I unfortunately never managed to get my hands on a copy so while feeding… Continue reading Thoughts: Shades of Milk and Honey by Mary Robinette Kowal

2020, Books, Favorites, Graphic Novels, Library, Recommended, Reviews, Series, SF/F

Series Thoughts: Fruits Basket

    Everyone should be impressed - I have managed to finish a series. This is unusual for me, especially during such a stressful time as the past 4 months have been. I got lucky and was able to get most of the series through my library and the last 5 volumes my friend let me borrow… Continue reading Series Thoughts: Fruits Basket