I started #TBRMocaw in late October, realizing how enjoyable it would be to broadcast the novels I’m reading, give them some extra attention and love, and connect with my followers who have read (or plan to read) the same books.
A few years ago, I received a lovely ARC from a friend of mine. She told me it was a Canadian author, a good book, and one she very much wanted me to have. I made a very smart decision: I ignored it for three years and read Wheel of Time.
I try and tell myself I’m not a fan of horror, but I am. I love horror. This, obviously, made Monster a perfect book to pick up.
I’ve finally hit the final 3 books of Wheel of Time, a series I love deeply and began reading a few years ago after hearing news of the TV show being made.
I’m not much of a book reviewer, as most of my critical skills fall to the wayside as the excitement of “PLEASE read this” overcomes me, so this will likely not compare to more experienced bloggers’ words.
I recently finished something like my 10th re-watch of a very good anime, “Princess Tutu”. I’ve always loved it for a number of reasons, the characters, the ballet, the music…but this time as I start my own writing career what really struck me was the ending and the themes of happiness vs suffering the story presents.
Rounding out this series is my favourite adult novels. I had a lot to choose from, but I feel like these are the ones I return to over and over again. I promise, only two are fantasy novels.
Back again with another round of favourites to talk about! This time I’ll be focusing on YA novels and authors.
I’m going to start things off with my some of my favourite books/authors. These things go hand in hand—my favourite books are written by my favourite authors! These are my MG favourites.