Necromancers! Space! Subterfuge! Skeletons! Necromancer Divine, King of the Nine Renewals, our Resurrector, the Necrolord Prime—!
My Favourite Character in Naomi Novik’s “A Deadly Education” is the Scholomance, and Here’s Why
The Scholomance is a school of wizardry with an attitude, and it may or may not be actively trying to kill you.
New Year, New Reading Challenge
The Goodreads reading challenge 2022 is ready and waiting. How many books are you challenging yourself to read this year?
What’s New (Part Two)
Continued from part one—here are some of my most-anticipated upcoming releases for 2022. Taking a look at months May-August.
What’s New in 2022
New year, new books! A look ahead at some exciting books pub'ing this year, month by month.
Badass Alert: You’re Going to Want to Read Carrie Goldberg’s “Nobody’s Victim”
Carrie Goldberg has two words for all of the psychos, stalkers, trolls, and pervs of the world: Fuck You. Goldberg’s mission sounds simple—to protect the rights and lives of victims of assault, stalking, harassment, and extortions—but takes the work of an army of lawyers and legal assistants.
Updated Winter Reading List
Aaaand she’s back! Having taken some time off to settle in, I’m ready to get back into the groove! Don’t doubt that I’ve been reading in the meantime, and I’ve definitely picked up a few books to add to my reading list…
Winter 2019-20 Reading List
Having finished my fall reading list, it’s time to sort out the books I want to read for the winter season. Here’s a look at the books that I have right now. No doubt the list will grow…
Upcoming Reading List
Having just finished Bernadine Evaristo’s Award-Winning Novel “Girl, Woman, Other” I’m taking a look at the books that I have left on my to-read pile, and the books that I’ve finished thus far.
First Impressions: Bernadine Evaristo’s “Girl, Woman, Other”
Winner of the Man Booker Prize 2019, Bernadine Evaristo weaves the lives of women and girls together in her stunning new novel. Written in a dramatic “as-is” style, Evaristo beautifully tells the stories of 12 women, girls, and others.