Bookish Goods – My Redbubble Site Got a Bibliophile Upgrade

Hey everyone! I decided to update my old and quiet Redbubble account with some bookish items. I created a lot of these designs on my free time and thought:A. I would love these on shirts and itemsB. Maybe someone else would also love them on shirts and items! Redbubble seemed like the best avenue to… Continue reading Bookish Goods – My Redbubble Site Got a Bibliophile Upgrade

Star Wars the High Republic – Into the Dark (Review)

BY CLAUDIA GRAY Thank you Netgalley and Disney Books for the ARC. Maybe I haven’t totally changed my mind about Claudia Gray as a writer for the Star Wars Universe, but my opinion of her work has definitely improved. Was this a great book? No. But was it good and did it keep me interested?… Continue reading Star Wars the High Republic – Into the Dark (Review)

Authors & Characters I’d Love to Hang Out With

I’m sure every bibliophile has thought about it at least once: Which character or author would I most like to spend time with? I added author in there because I’m not sure that there would be enough characters that I’d want to meet and hang out with. I know it’s very popular in the bookstagram… Continue reading Authors & Characters I’d Love to Hang Out With

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab (Review)

I have no words to describe how angry I am with the bookstagram community for hyping up this book. I don’t even know where to start with this review. Do I begin with the writing pandering? Do I begin with the fact that I hated one of the main characters and didn’t care about his… Continue reading The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab (Review)

The Court of Miracles by Kester Grant (Review)

What’s the problem that readers have with this book? I’ve seen the reviews and they’re torn. But the complaints simply aren’t valid. This isn’t a Les Mis retelling as is advertised by the publisher, but does mirror the revolution and uses a lot of the same names. That’s as close as it gets. So ignore… Continue reading The Court of Miracles by Kester Grant (Review)