Hello dear readers! Lots of new things from me lately, I figured it’s time to make some changes here. For starters, I should read more. 🙂 July is almost over and I’ve read hardly anything, so lo and behold I did a thing. I joined The Reading Rush readathon! I will try to read seven books in seven days.
In the past year I’ve met tons of interesting people in the blogging community. Since I don’t have any IRL friends who love reading as much as I do, when I found myself surrounded by all these wonderful readers I was beyond happy. With some of these lovely creatures I even communicate on a daily basis, and I am hereby presenting you Hana @ Lady Bibliotaph!
Remember my first post from this series, from two months ago? Well, neither do I, talk about procrastination ehh.
Margo Lanagan is one of my favorite authors, so you could have seen this post coming, but I decided to post it today because it’s her birthday. Happy birthday Margo!
Several days ago, I got this little notification I’ve been eagerly awaiting. Why, you ask? Well, if you’ve read my 100 followers thank-you post, you will know that I’d promised my first giveaway when I hit 200 followers.
I’m a huge fan and player of video games as some of you know, I have been since I was a kid, and I don’t see it changing anytime soon. While my ultimate favorites are epic RPG’s such as The Elder Scrolls and Diablo, strategies like Civilization and Anno, and even simulations like The Sims, I fell in love with point and click adventures and quirky indie games, and I collect them like stamps.
For the second and final part of my book-to-screen series, I’ve scoured the web and found some awesome movie adaptations. I simply know that some of these will fail and be forgotten in a blink of an eye, but there’s still some hope left.
Edward Gorey was an American writer and artist, mostly known by his whimsical and unsettling pen-and-ink drawings usually set in Victorian and Edwardian periods. He died on April 15th, 2000 so I chose today as a fitting date to present him to anyone not familiar with his amazing work.
Even though 2018 has advanced enough that I can safely sign any documents without the fear of writing 2017 first and then asking for a new document to try again, there are still 9 full months left of it and many great book-to-screen adaptations that I’m eagerly awaiting.
Hello dear friends! I woke up this morning to this little notification. How did that happen?! I’ve only made this blog 17 days ago and already I have so many of you following, liking and commenting on my posts!
I’ve always been fascinated by magic. Magical worlds and creatures are something I’d love to be real and present, but in our reality we can only experience these wonders through tales told by imaginative people, be it on screen, in books or paintings.
Yesterday was the 3rd anniversary of my favorite writer’s death. Sir Terence David John Pratchett, better known as Terry Pratchett was one of the greatest writers of fantasy and undoubtedly one of the funniest people on earth. His comic fantasy monster of a series, Discworld, is well known all around the planet.
First of all, happy international women’s day! Even though this is a nice occasion, you should celebrate being female every day of the year.