SwoonReads (a fantastic platform you should check out if you read YA) posted a list of recs according to your class and I was inspired to make a series of recs for 2019 releases according to different D&D character choices!
Second part of this series! I don’t know how far I’ll go but we’ll see..
Continue reading “Matching 2019 releases to your D&D race”
This is 100% NOT an original idea although the only reason it caught my attention is because I’ve been playin a fantastic campaing for the better part of this year. SwoonReads (a fantastic platform you should check out if you read YA) posted a list of recs according to your class and I decided to make a series of recs for 2019 releases according to different D&D character choices!
Let’s get started with the fun stuff: Classes!
Continue reading “Pick a 2019 release according to your D&D class”
I don’t know how many of you are active on book twitter but earlier this week a company called ChexMix, posted this distressing picture:
And everyone freaked the fuck out, like we haven’t been joking that we use literally anything but bookmarks all the time.
I found it extremely funny and retweeted it but the public outcry (obviously nothing serious but still) made me think of all the stupid shit I’ve put between pages just so I could keep reading later.
And thus, this post was born: shit I’ve used instead of the cute artistic bookmarks I actually own ft. The Gilded Wolves Continue reading “Weirdest things I’ve used as bookmarks”
Yes, I’ve already freaked out so now it’s time for a quick recap of what I’ve actually read this year.
The post will be divided according to the kind of book and all of them are either 4 or 5 stars so I highly recomend you check them all out! Continue reading “Middle of the year WrapUp”
While I know most of you are celebrating the summer, here in the Southern Hemisphere it’s peak winter and the shortest day of the year. That’s why today I’ll be sharing witchy books on my TBR, the perfect list to read while warped up in blankets or besides the fireplace.
Continue reading “Books to celebrate the Solstice”
(Aside from Tolkien, because that's an obvious choice for any fantasy)
I have to admit that I don’t watch Game of Thrones, what I do is spend any amount of time on social media, which is basically the same thing
And the first thing I saw today was how utterly dissapointing that finale was, well
Or rather, authors can fix that. Here’s my list of recomendations for all Got fans who want more satisfying story arcs, more magic and specially more rep Continue reading “Dissapionted about GoT? Here are some (bookish) alternatives”
..and you don’t know where to start? Today’s your lucky day! Because I just finished a great book inspired by chinese folklore and it inspired me to share some diverse fantasy books I’ve read (or I’ve been meaning to get to) this year
I know most fantasies are centered around european folklore, and there’s nothing really wrong with that (I do love Tolkien) but there’s also so many different cultures in the world with their own fairy tales and myths and all the folklore that most of us know nothing about! So this post is dedicated to those kinds of fantasies
All the covers have a link to the goodreads page so that you can add the book to your TBR with no trouble!
Continue reading “So you are looking for diverse fantasy”
… if forced to pick one…
I’ve avoided talking Horror Books this whole month but Halloween is almost upon us and I’ve decided to brave it and share with you the top 10 books I could be convinced to read… during day time… with a friend… and a weapon at hand
Continue reading “Blogtober- Scary Books I may be convinced to read”
Blogtober day 28! We are so close to Halloween that we need to talk about the best Witchy reads for the season.
All my love to Jenniely for the prompt list! Continue reading “Blogtober- Witchy Reads”
YES Blogtober Day 25 is all about cozy-ness and I love it
As always: Thank you Jenniely for these great prompts!
Here’s the top 5 cosy books on my Read list:: Continue reading “Blogtober- Cozy Books”