Short stories have been perfect for my brain lately, just the punchy nature of a good short story really helps me read and relax. I've also been able to enjoy YA a bit more with my inability to focus super closely on things - so I found a YA Short Story collection to try! Based… Continue reading Thoughts: Hungry Hearts
So Rick Riordan Presents has had some hits and missing for me. Honestly mostly misses in the past year or so. Even one of my favorite authors completely missed the mark. This one though, very much a win! Click through for my loose thoughts. Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky by Kwame Mbalia… Continue reading Thoughts: Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky
I love Seanan's short fiction, sometimes I have to be in a mood for her longer stuff just due to the denser style she can have in that format, but her short fiction is almost always a win for me. So I'm not sure why I was surprised I loved this collection as much as… Continue reading Thoughts : Laughter at the Academy
I’m going to have to break this into two parts. I had no idea I’d read as many books as I had till half way through the month. The books I read and reviewed/have reviews upcoming I’ll list here first, to help shorten this: Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky by… Continue reading January Wrap-up Part 1
Being a lot more picky with what I buy and how I spend my money I’ve taken to reading a lot of samples online via the Amazon Kindle store. From there I decide if I’m going to go through the Library (if it’s an option) or if I want to wait or if I want… Continue reading Sample Saturday: January!
It's time for my obligatory list of 2020 Anticipated Reads! Everyone has one, and I'd like to keep one up just so I can refer back to it later in the year. For the most part it's comics and SFF, though a romance or two do show up on there. I need to research some… Continue reading Anticipated 2020 Releases
So this year I started a lot of (for me) comic series. This is interesting to me in retrospect because up until perhaps 2013? 2012? I read a lot of comics, including single issues. But then I stopped due to money issues and frustration with the comic industry. Prior to that, in high school, I… Continue reading 2019 – The Year of the Comic