Another from the ARC file!
A while ago, I discussed both deal breakers and deal makers in a short post series on The Broke and the Bookish. Most of these, however, had to do with the actual writing of the books in question, like if a book has a forced love triangle or is written in a style I don’t…
This book comes equipped with a flawed, potentially evil character you kind of can’t help but root for, even if you only like the “good guys.”
What do you like best in your breakfast sandwiches?
This is a book for people who enjoy psychological suspense, serial killers, teens crafty enough to flirt with the cliffs of insanity, and romance!
The year is 1919, and four-year-old Rachel Rabinowitz and her older brother Sam live a frugal life with their parents in a tenement in New York City’s Lower East Side. When their mother dies in a tragic accident, their father flees and Rachel and Sam become wards of the state, separated into different orphanages. At…
I was lucky enough to grow up with Harry from (almost) the very beginning.
Thanks to Ms. Rowling and Mr. Fry, I’ve become an audiobook believer.
There are lots of musicians out there who say they knew they had really made it when Weird Al asked to parody one of their songs. Knowing a book or series has “made it” is a bit more nebulous, but I think it’s fair to say the more times your work has been parodied, the…
I’m learning to love cooking, but I still haven’t really ventured past simple casseroles and boxed baking mixes.
Where our parents had Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy, we’ve got Gryffindor, Slytherin, Hufflepuff, and Ravenclaw…but what’ll fill that niche for our children and grandchildren?
I was lucky enough to enter into the Harry Potter world at the perfect age.
Are you Team Snape or Team Snape Is A Douchebag?
Like many of my generation, I am a huge Harry Potter fan. So, I thought I’d block out a week to celebrate the series that defined our generation, beginning tomorrow and ending on July 31st, Mr. Potter’s birthday. You’ll see a variety of posts this week, including a few guest posts! Regular features like Top…
It’s kind of hard to review a story collection, especially one like this, because it includes 32 completely different short stories.
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