Hey guys! So it is time for my October Wrap-up. I know that this is a bit late. I didn’t end up blogging during the month of November. I still wanted to update you guys on what I ended up reading in October. It did end up being a bit more than I remember. However I did read some short stories and some comics so that is part of it. I honestly felt like I read some of these books a while ago. My brain is definitely shot from this year. I do look forward to 2021 and starting a clean slate. I do hope it ends up being better. Anyway now let’s dive in to see what I read in October!
What I’ve Read In The Last Couple Of Months
Hey guys! So I have slowly been getting back into blogging. I have posted two reviews after being gone for a couple of months. I was originally thinking maybe I would do indiviual wrap-ups for those months. Then I saw Dora @Berries and Books do just a quick wrap-up of the books she has read since she’s been gone. I thought that would be fun. Thank you so much for the idea! Anyway, the last couple of months my reading has been very up and down. I finally have gotten back into reading which I’m super happy about. So July will have it’s own wrap-up at the end of the month. So let’s dive in and see what I read in the last couple of months! Continue reading “What I’ve Read In The Last Couple Of Months”
Hey guys I am excited to share with you the books I read in January. I feel I ended up reading a lot of books that gave me mixed feelings. My ratings were kind of all over the place for this month. One of the books I ended up reading was a huge disappoint. I also ended up reading a book that I absolutely loved. I was a bit bummed about this but hope February ends up being a better reading month. So let’s dive in and see what I read. Continue reading “January Wrap-up”
Arc Review: The Tea Dragon Festival By Katie O’Neill
The Tea Dragon Festival By Katie O’Neill
Genre: Graphic Novel, Fantasy, Middle Grade, and Comic
Pages: 136 pages
Published: September 17th 2019
Publisher: Oni Press
My Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars
Synopsis: Rinn has grown up with the Tea Dragons that inhabit their village, but stumbling across a real dragon turns out to be a different matter entirely! Aedhan is a young dragon who was appointed to protect the village but fell asleep in the forest eighty years ago. With the aid of Rinn’s adventuring uncle Erik and his partner Hesekiel, they investigate the mystery of his enchanted sleep, but Rinn’s real challenge is to help Aedhan come to terms with feeling that he cannot get back the time he has lost.
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My June Wrap-up
Hey guys! So I feel like I got into a bit of a slump in April. It effected my reading in May and a bit in June as well. I think I am finally out of that reading slump because I’ve been actually doing a good amount lately. So I’m very happy about that. I did end up reading a little more in June than I did in May so I’m happy about that. I am still behind with some books I wanted to read. I do hope I’m able to catch up in July. My July TBR will be out soon. Anyway let’s jump in to what I read in June. Continue reading “My June Wrap-up”
Comic Review: Bone Parish By Cullen Bunn
Bone Parish By Cullen Bunn (Author), Jonas Scharf , Alex Guimaraes
Genre: Comic, Horror
Pages: 112 pages
Publication Date: May 7th 2019
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
My Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars
Synopsis: A necromantic horror series about an upstart crime family trafficking in a new designer drug that’s just hit the market made from the ashes of the dead.
A new drug is sweeping through the streets of New Orleans—one made from the ashes of the dead. Wars are being fought over who will control the supply, and the demand is rising. While the various criminal factions collide, users begin to experience terrifying visions of the dead coming back to life…through them. Eisner Award-nominated author Cullen Bunn (Harrow County, The Empty Man) and illustrator Jonas Scharf team up for Bone Parish, a haunting blend of horror and crime that takes an unflinching look at how we connect to—and disconnect from—the world around us.
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Hey guys! So like I said before I ended up taking a break from blogging in August. I finally am getting back into the swing of things. I recently posted my July Wrap-up. So I also wanted to do a August Wrap-up as well. I feel August was a decent month. I planned to read a couple more books but I took a weekend trip so that got in the way. Anyway let’s dive in to my August reads! Continue reading “August Wrap-up”
Hey guys! So like I said before I took a break from blogging in August. I never ended up posting a Wrap-up for July so I thought I’d share with you what I ended up reading. I am sorry things are so behind right now. I am happy to be getting back into things. I have missed talking to everyone on here. Anyway, let’s dive into my Wrap-up.
Hey guys! I’m not sure what happened this January but I didn’t end up reading as many books as I would have liked. Thankfully in the last 2 weeks I ended up squeezing two books in. I didn’t really enjoy the books as much as I would have liked. I hope that February ends up being a better month for me. Now let’s see what I read in January. Continue reading “January Wrap-up”
Comic Review: Rough Riders By Adam Glass
Rough Riders By Adam Glass (Writer), Patrick Olliffe (Artist and Regular Cover Artist), Gabe Eltaeb (Colorist), and Sal Cipriano (Letterer)
Publication Date: January 10th 2017
Publisher: Aftershock Comics
My Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars
Plot: Collecting the first seven issues of the epic AfterShock series!
At the cusp of the 1898 World’s Fair, America is poised to become Earth’s most industrious nation. When a terrible power emerges from the darkness, a group of unlikely heroes team-up to stop it. A tortured Teddy Roosevelt recruits a struggling Coney Island magician named Harry Houdini: a hard-drinking, gun-slinger, Annie Oakley; a financially strapped and aging Thomas Edison; and a boisterous, womanizing African American boxer with a big chip on his shoulder named Jack Johnson. These legends of old will soon wage a shadow war that will change the course of history for America, and the world. That is of course, if they don’t kill one another first.
Don’t miss out on this first collection from ADAM GLASS (executive producer of Supernatural & writer of Suicide Squad) and PAT OLLIFFE (Untold Tales of Spider-Man).