Brandon Sanderson is one of the best known and most loved modern fantasy writers. I finally got around to starting his Stormlight Archive series of epic fantasy books. Does it hold up?
Tag Archives: Books
Who is My Favorite Author?
Who is your favorite author? That’s a question I get asked quite a bit and it’s one that I’m always hesitant to answer. In this post, I show you why I have a hard time answering it.
Tweet Cute Book Review
Tweet Cute is a contemporary YA romcom novel from Emma Lord. It is silly, cheesy, and all around a lot of fun. Check out what I thought about this book and if you should add it to your summer TBR.
Mid-Year Book Tag
To round up and summarize the first half of 2021 in my reading habits, I decided to do this fun book tag. Let me know your thoughts and tag me in your own answers!
It’s a Classic
Recently, I’ve been reading a few different classics. I don’t think anyone cares what I have to say about them, so I won’t give them their own review. But I need content, so I’m wrapping them all up into one post.
Definitive Harry Potter Character Ranking – Part 2
Part 2 of my controversial Harry Potter characters tier list is finally here. Who am I completely wrong about? Did I insult your favorite? Let me know.
Definitive Harry Potter Character Ranking
I finally take a stab at ranking most of the prominent characters in the Harry Potter series based on their literary merit. Did I slander your favorite or do you think this is generally okay? Let me know.
The Ultimate Book Tag
I take a stab at a classic book tag. Here are my opinions that no one asked for about some random book and reading based questions. Enjoy.
The Most Anticipated Reads of 2021
As is expected – after all this is a site dedicated to writing and reading – I have several books that I plan on reading this year. Here are just a few of the most anticipated ones.
Little Fires Everywhere Book Review
Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng, now a Hulu series starring Reese Witherspoon, is a massive literary hit. I read it over the course of three days this Christmas. Was that because it was so good I couldn’t stop reading? Or because it was so bad I had to power through? Find out.