It takes a man to kill a dragon. What does it take to kill the Dragon Slayer? I met Devin at a local event late last year and was immediately drawn to his art. After buying a couple of pieces (Sherlock and Doctor Who, who could say no?) I also picked up a limited edition […]
I absolutely LOVE Bridget Jones. From books, to movies, to little How To’s that I am sure no one else knows exist I have read them all again and again. She is my favorite modern-day heroine. A bit bumbly but well-meaning. A bit petulant, but smart when she figures out what she wants. I have […]
Another new monthly list! Book Picks for various occasions. Since it’s November and most people are going away on Holiday, making Thanksgiving plans, or just trying to keep warm in general, I’ve come up with several great books for each occasion! Clicking the book cover will take you to Powell’s Books for more info! […]
When I picked up Ready Player One on audible last year (Wil Wheaton narrates!) I had no idea what I was getting myself into. Since initially reading it I have recommended it to not only family and friends, but strangers in bars who fit the type of reader who can get down with a book […]
Favorite Lines: Mystery shopper.. That’s your worst… Okay, I’m a mystery shopper. I could do with an extra pillow and I’m very disappointed with your breakfast bar and… all the dying. YES: I love the doctor’s rag-tag team on this train. YES: Well, I seriously did not expect that twist. So some big guy is behind this and […]
When two soldiers from opposite sides of a never-ending galactic war fall in love, they risk everything to bring a fragile new life into a dangerous old universe. The issue I have with reviews is that I am officially terrible at them. I never pinpoint literary merit and everything is about the feels. So if […]
This turned out to be a great read. Caitlin Moran is slightly brilliant in a scary, I would totally forget to say words if I met her, kind of way. How to Be a Woman was everything I never knew I needed and I loved it tremendously. I have never highlighted so many passages in […]
Namesake, by Isabelle Melançon (co-creator) and Megan Lavey-Heaton (co-creator), is the story of Emma Crewe, a young woman who discovers she can visit literary worlds where the words on the page are real and so are the high stakes.