Graphic Novel Review: The Boys, Volume 3: Good for the Soul

by Garth Ennis, Darrick RobertsonPublisher: Dynamite EntertainmentFormat: PaperbackRelease Date: October 1st, 2008 Volume 1: The Name of the Game Review / Volume 2: Get Some Review Three volumes in and yeah, I absolutely bloody love this series. At this point I am completely and totally invested, and hopefully will continue being able to get theContinue reading “Graphic Novel Review: The Boys, Volume 3: Good for the Soul”

Topic: 5 Star Anthologies

I love anthologies. They’re a great way of exploring a particular genre and theme, as well as discovering new authors or just reading a little more from favourite authors. I’m always on the look out for some good anthologies, but today I thought I’d highlight a few of my favourites from recent years. Black RainbowContinue reading “Topic: 5 Star Anthologies”

That Dreaded TBR #25

Another dreaded TBR post, because I actually really love doing these, and it is nice to see the books on my Want to Read shelf very slowly go down! Part 24 I originally saw this on Becky’s Book Blog Rules Go to your Goodreads to-read shelf.Order on ascending date added.Take the first 5/10/however many books.Continue reading “That Dreaded TBR #25”

Book Review: The Truth About Elves by Ekta R. Garg

Publisher: Atmosphere PressFormat: DigitalRelease Date: October 19th, 2021 Rating: 2/5 Stars Curtis spends most of his time in Las Vegas, focusing on his life and job and avoiding his past. But for three months of the year, he travels to the Arctic Circle, where he works as one of Santa’s elves. I thought this bookContinue reading “Book Review: The Truth About Elves by Ekta R. Garg”

Book Review: Craft in the Real World by Matthew Salesses

Publisher: Catapult BooksFormat: PaperbackRelease Date: January 19th, 2021 Rating: 5/5 Stars If you are a writer, you need this. That is especially important if you run or even plan on running workshops. I picked this up after a fantastic webinar from Writing the Other. A book like this is important not just because it canContinue reading “Book Review: Craft in the Real World by Matthew Salesses”

Book Review: #TheLeftoverBride by Elodie Nowodazkij

Format: DigitalRelease Date: September 14th, 2021 Rating: 5/5 Stars Wedding dress designed Sorcha O’Conner didn’t expect to go viral, but thanks to her fiancé stranding her at the altar, she’s become #TheLeftoverBride. That and a series of other unfortunate events have convinced the public her dresses are cursed. To focus on something else, she createsContinue reading “Book Review: #TheLeftoverBride by Elodie Nowodazkij”

Topic: Books I’d Love to See Adapted – Fantasy Edition!

Romance Edition My last post about this seemed fairly well received, so I thought I’d dive in again with some books I’d love to see either on the big or small screen, focusing this time on Fantasy. I absolutely love this genre, and I especially love seeing something new done in it. YA is reallyContinue reading “Topic: Books I’d Love to See Adapted – Fantasy Edition!”

That Dreaded TBR #24

With Blogmas over, I thought it’d be fun to return to my Dreaded TBR posts, where I try to clear more books from way too large Goodreads Want to Read shelf. I admit, I used to have a problem with going through the recommendations lists and adding anything that caught my eye, but did youContinue reading “That Dreaded TBR #24”

Graphic Novel Review: Secret Invasion

Publisher: Panini ComicsRelease Date: Feb 4th, 2009Genre: Sci-Fi Rating: 4/5 Stars Note to self for future: don’t try and read a Marvel comic such as Secret Wars #1, then read a Marvel cross-over event graphic novel such as Secret Invasion, then pick up something like Secret Wars #2. You will end up a little confused.Continue reading “Graphic Novel Review: Secret Invasion”

Book Review: Anti-Social by Nick Pettigrew

Publisher: CenturyFormat: MOBIRelease Date: July 23rd, 2020 Rating: 5/5 Stars I received this book from the publishers via NetGalley. Reviews remain my own. I usually end up saying this in the reviews I do of non-fiction, which probably tells you the kind of non-fiction I’m drawn to, but this is not an easy read. Yes,Continue reading “Book Review: Anti-Social by Nick Pettigrew”