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Most Anticipated Book Releases of the Second Half of 2018

Hello awesome nerds and welcome back to another bibliorambling post!

Back in 2017, around this time, I had shared with you my most anticipated releases of the second half of the year. 1,936 more words


The Consolation of Adversity's Sweet Milk, Philosophy

We all have our bad days. Life is going well, and everything falls into place neatly and conveniently. Then, in the blink of an eye, life flips upside down, becomes inverted, seems foreign, and your whole outlook changes. 4,369 more words


BOOK REVIEW: A Court of Frost and Starlight (ACOTAR, #3.1), by Sarah J. Maas ~ The Comfort Read I Needed! *SPOILERS & DISCUSSION*

“Because you’re the foundation, the one who lifts us. You always have been.”

~A Court of Frost and Starlight, by Sarah J. Maas.

When you pick up a Sarah J. 1,179 more words


The Coronation: Uplifting, Family Fun (The Rebellion Blog Tour!)

I’m so excited today to be a part of the blog tour for the release of The Rebellion by Livy Jarmusch! This is the second book in her Tales of Tarsurella series. 954 more words

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Philip Roth has passed away

If you asked me to name my favourite author, it wouldn’t be Philip Roth, although I may have read more of his novels than any other fiction writer I can think of, so perhaps he is. 672 more words

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Sometimes the good die old

Working the Graveyard Shift as I do, I thought I should mention for the record the passing of two of the all-time great authors. The first is Bernard Lewis, and this is from Roger Franklin at Quadrant Online: 1,422 more words


BOOK REVIEW: City of Fallen Angels (The Mortal Instruments, #4), by Cassandra Clare ~ If only I could live in this world *SPOILERS & DISCUSSION*

“Love is a contradiction,” said Jace, and turned back to the window.

~City of Fallen Angels, by Cassandra Clare

Back at the early days of this blog, if someone told me that I would fall deeply in love with the Shadowhunters’ world, I would’ve laughed into their faces, as this felt like being  910 more words