Shadow and Bone; 2019 Currently Reading Feels

...as shown by foxes. Welcome to another update for my currently reading feels, this week featuring a book I probably should have started a long time ago, but didn't know about for ages and took forever to get to. Yep, I'm finally reading Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo. And my skies, it is a lot better than I…

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I Interrupt Your Previously Scheduled Book Talk for Game of Thrones [The Arya/Gendry Thing]

You guys, I did not like this week’s episode. Now, don't get me wrong. It was a brilliant episode. But, I didn't like it. Mainly, I'm really just mad for the emotional turmoil of what happened and who died. And no, unlike a large majority of you, I'm not mad that Jon didn't pet Ghost.…

Ramblings of a Neurotic Writer [Sasquatch, Love, and Other Imaginary Things] Blogger Support Feature

Vada @ Ramblings of a Neurotic Writer doesn't have an About Me page, but she does have a short blurb on the right side of her blog about herself, inviting her readers to join her in an adventure through the unknown. A social media manager and blogger, Vada has quite a large number of book reviews…

Simply Ashley [D.C. Trip] Blogger Support Feature

It's time for another blogger support post and this week's first feature is Ashley @ Simply Ashley. One important thing to note about Ashley is that she's not your typical book blogger as her blog is not dedicated solely to the books that she's reading. Whereas I rarely post about anything not related to reading, Ashley…

The Handsome Girl and Her Beautiful Boy [B. T. Gottfred]; A Will Not Read

Well, this is a first for me. I'm generally the sort of person who believes that it's important to experience--to a degree--for yourself before you decide to complain about something, but I think sometimes we have to step back and understand also that it is perfectly reasonable to read about other people's experiences and develop…

I Interrupt Your Previously Scheduled Book Talk for Game of Thrones [Reaction and Spoilers]

I had a dream, I think about three years ago, in which Arya somehow killed the Night King. I'm sure it was inspired, somewhat, by a theory I had come across and read regarding this very event (though, come on, did you all seriously think she'd infiltrate with a white walker's face? I can't even…

I Interrupt Your Previously Scheduled Book Talk for Game of Thrones

Less than ten minutes are left until the third episode of the final season of Game of Thrones and I’ve been sitting around with everyone talking about who I think is most likely to die. Of all the characters, I think Theon is the most likely and that’s what I’m going to leave it at.…

Dreams in Bookland [The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein] Blogger Support Feature

Hello everyone and welcome again to another blogger support feature where this week I'll be featuring a review from a fantastic book blogger, Andrea @ Dreams in Bookland. Andrea's blog began largely due to the fact that, despite having friends who read, they didn't exactly share her preferences for what would make an amazing novel.…