The Sword in the Stone [T. H. White] Cover Love Friday!

I’ve loved Aurthurinean stories for as long as I can remember. From the time period—which I suppose feeds into my love for Robin Hood—to the story itself, it’s always been something exciting for me. And I still have exceptionally fond memories of the animated film Quest for Camelot. So, it comes as no surprise that…

Impressive Villany Writings; Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Villains are always one of those pieces in writing that can either be really impressive or really disappointing. In recent years, I've noticed that we often fall into these ideas of feeling for the villain once you learn their backstory, as though…

Dragon Pearl [Yoon Ha Lee]

At surface level, Dragon Pearl by Yoon Ha Lee is an amazing novel. It has some of the most amazing world building I've ever come across, the society and the history thoroughly intriguing. Those who live in this fantastical world of planets and society are increasingly fascinating in a number of ways. As many exist…

Devouring Books [A Danger to Herself and Others] Blogger Support Feature

I missed this last week because I was busy, but I wanted to make sure I got to continue my Blogger Support Feature this weekend! Today, I’m featuring a review from Mandy @ Devouring Books. As always, the YA book blogs are my absolute favorite since they tend to fall in line more with what…