A a fan of graphic novels and someone who is starting to become interested in memoirs, I have to say that Just Pretend caught my eye. Today’s post is a part of the book tour for Just Pretend hosted by TBR and Beyond Tours. Keep on reading to find out more about the book, the tour and my review.
A big thanks to the publisher for providing an e-arc to read and review!
Continue reading “Book Tour| Just Pretend – Tori Sharp”
I haven’t been reading a lot but I did read a couple of manga and graphic novels recently. So I wanted to share my thoughts about those reads. Today I will share my reviews for Spy Family, The Umbrella Academy and The Tea Dragon Society. Let’s jump in!
Continue reading “Mini Reviews | The Tea Dragon Society & The Umbrella Academy 1 & Spy Family 1”
As you might know, I really enjoy reading graphic novels. I read all sorts of them but they can be quite pricey for the time you actually spend reading them. While I watch a lot of superhero movies, I haven’t actually read a lot of them. I love Marvel but there’s just so much to read. So I decided to try the Marvel Unlimited subscription for the comics. And today I wanted to share some of my experience. Let’s jump in! Continue reading “Bookish Item | Marvel Unlimited – Is It Worth It?”
It’s been a while since I read both of these books but I still really wanted to share my thoughts and maybe bring them to your attention haha. This web series is also published as two graphic novels. I’ll talk about both volumes today, so let’s jump in! Continue reading “Review | Check, Please! Vol. 1 & 2 – Ngozi Ukazu”
Today I have a review for a very excited eARC for you all! It’s Delicates by Brenna Thummler. Sheets has been on my wishlist for a while now and while I didn’t realise this was the sequel when I requested the eARC, I was very happy to get it. This won’t be a super long review as it’s a graphic novel but I do want to talk about it!
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Graphic novels are something I’ve really come to enjoy! So when I heard of My Last Summer with Cass I was really excited. Today is my spot on the book tour hosted by TBR and Beyond Tours. Today I want to tell you about My Last Summer with Cass and what I thought. Keep on reading to find out more!
A big thanks to the publisher for providing me with an e-arc to read and review.
Continue reading “Book Tour| My Last Summer with Cass – Mark Crilley”
I’ve been reading some graphic novels recently and I thought it would be great to do some more mini reviews for them. While I love reading graphic novels and I like to talk about them, I usually don’t have enough to say for a normal sized review. So I like to do it this way! Today I’ll be talking about 2 eARC’s and one graphic novel I owned myself. Let’s jump in! Continue reading “Mini Reviews | Riverdale: The Ties That Bind & Monstress vol. 3 & Quincredible vol. 1”
Today I get to share the first of our 2020 favorites lists! We have a whole week of lists planned for all of you so I hope you’re excited about them. Today I’m sharing my top 10 favorite graphic novels and manga. I read 39 of them and really enjoyed most of them. Since I read multiple volumes of some of them I decided to group those together to make it a bit easier on myself haha. Let’s see which graphic novels and manga I picked! Continue reading “Bookish Item | 2020 Favorite Reads: Graphic Novel & Manga Edition”
Every now and then I read a bunch of graphic novels or comics in a row. I love reading them, they’re quick reads and I really enjoy looking at all of the gorgeous art. There are also a lot of comics that are connected to tv shows or movies and that is just amazing. So let’s dive into my 3 minireviews for today!
Continue reading “Mini Reviews | Fence vol. 4 & Jughead: the Hunger vol. 1 & Buffy the Vampire Slayer vol. 2”
It has been quite a while since I read the first volume of The Backstagers and I figured it was finally time to read the second volume. This volume can be found on Scribd so that is where I read it. Since this is a graphic novel, this review won’t be super long, so let’s jump in! Continue reading “Review | The Backstagers vol. 2: The Show Must Go On – James Tynion IV”