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Harry Potter & the Cursed Child: The Play (SPOILER FREE REVIEW)

Hello fellow bookworms! I was lucky enough to see Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on this Sunday just gone, and it was absolutely fantastic! I’d been planning for a while to do a review of the play once I’d seen it, and how it compares to reading the script, so here I am and that’s what I’ll be doing in today’s post. 608 more words


Cold Comfort Farm ~ Stella Gibbons

Stella Gibbons’ ironic and iconic Cold Comfort Farm was the book for this week’s review; written as a satire to romantic rural stories it follows Flora Poste’s time at Cold Comfort Farm with her cousins after her parents’ death, which essentially left her penniless. 444 more words

100 Book Challenge

Promo: The Divinity Bureau by Tessa Clare

Good morning, Squiders! Today I’ve got The Divinity Bureau by Tessa Clare, a dystopian romance, for you.

Dystopian Romance

Date Published: September 21st, 2017

Publisher: Asset Creative House… 308 more words


Some Things, We Know

One of theses days, I should probably change my desktop wallpaper. Taking bi-weekly (as in two per week, not one every two weeks; they really are new pictures every time) deskscapes allows me to notice things like that. 1,042 more words


Fun Scifi Tropes: Alternate Universes

Alas, Squiders, today we come to the end of our scifi trope series, and we end with alternate universes, which are a personal favorite of mine (which seems to be a trend). 509 more words


WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday is hosted each week by Sam over at Taking on a World of Words!

What are you currently reading?

A Breath of Snow and Ashes… 80 more words


Abuser of Twitter and of Women Too

So I may be digressing from my usual commentary here about how technology’s advances and empowerment have made the internet a powerful tool for free expression, but Trump has also managed to make it a tool of oppression. 227 more words