Oh… no. Hello everyone. If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, then you must know that I am not a romantic person. Far from it. I don’t even acknowledge Valentine’s Day. Ummm. I don’t read romance novels and I don’t like romantic movies. I’m as romantic as a horseshoe. So what to do, do I click delete on this one and run away?
Go for the jugular Cut the vein And kiss it away Kiss it away Kiss it away Everything that brings me pain
Hello everyone! As you might remember from my first post in this series, I said I’ll review issues 3-6 separately, buuut then I decided against it. I didn’t want to do five posts on these comics, so I decided to do two by two and turn it into a three post series. Hopefully you’re still here after my math 101.
Hello everyone! Hope you’ve had a great start of the week and read something great too! Many books we read are good, but what makes a book great, amazing, the best? For me, it’s hitting all points in terms of writing, plot, characters, AND something else. That something is a feeling actually, the one you can’t shake off after closing the book, even days after.
God Is an Astronaut – Worlds In Collision (Age of the Fifth Sun) – Instrumental – Post Rock
As promised, yesterday I started a Locke & Key readathon in anticipation of the Netflix show coming on February 7th. I’m reading one novel per day, finishing on the 6th, just before the series! This is a re-read, as I’ve read these novels two years ago, but I only did reviews for the first two volumes, Welcome to Lovecraft and Head Games.
Hello lovely readers! How did your first month of the year go? After so long, I’m finally happy to say I’ve had a good and fulfilled reading month! Not setting a tbr was freeing and enlightening for me, so I think I’ll continue doing that.