Every month I get the Tor.com newsletter and with that comes a free ebook. Last month that was The Haunting of Tram Car 015. That title immediately grabbed my attention, probably because 015 is my area code, and I looked the story up on Goodreads. I found out this novella was the second in a series and that the first short story was for free on Tor.com as well. So I decided to read both as soon as possible. And I’m so happy I did! So today I have a mini review for both stories. Let’s jump in. Continue reading “Mini Reviews | A Dead Djinn in Cairo & The Haunting of Tram Car 015 – P. Djèlí Clark”
Scribd gives out a free month long trial because of the worldwide quarantine. So of course I made use of that! I had a couple of graphic novels on my to read list I wanted to try through Scribd. As soon as I started my free trial, I picked up Goldie Vance. I believe there are currently 4 volumes but Scribd limits you and I wasn’t able to read the fourth volume. So today I want to talk about the first 3 volumes. Let’s dive in! Continue reading “Mini Reviews | Goldie Vance vol 1 – 3 – Hope Larson & Brittney Williams”
After seeing The Kiss Quotient & The Bride Test everywhere, I’ve been wanting to read them. After hearing Isabelle and other friends being really positive about these books, I knew I neeed to give them a go. I finally got a chance to read them and want to share my reviews with you today!
Wow, I can’t believe this is the tenth edition of the comics mini reviews already! That means after today I have reviewed 30 comics for you all. I still feel very much like a comic newbie, but I like seeing I’m slowly reading more and more of them. Hopefully you all enjoy them too! For today I have a very new comic and two not so new ones haha. Let’s get into it quickly. Continue reading “Mini Reviews | Comics Edition #10”
It’s been quite a while since I did my first (and last) manga edition of the mini reviews, so I thought today would be a great day to another one. I have read a couple of manga since doing those reviews and I’m quite excited to talk about those! So without further ado, let’s get into it! Continue reading “Mini Reviews | Manga Edition #2”
I don’t read a lot of poetry, to be exact I think I’ve read 5 poetry collections in recent years. But I do really enjoy them every now and then. Especially these what I believe to be more modern poetry collections draw my attention. I’m not one to analyze poems, so I like to understand them right away. This definitely is something that factors into my enjoyment of a poetry collection. For today I wanted to talk about two poetry collections, but do keep in mind I’m pretty much a newbie in this genre. Continue reading “Mini Reviews | Poetry Edition”
Last weekend the TBR and Beyond facebook group hosted a Graphic Novel Weekend Read-A-Thon. And while I had a super busy weekend I did manage to read 3 graphic novels. I love reading these quick reads and had gotten a couple for my birthday. After this read-a-thon I only have a couple more GN’s on my TBR, so I guess I can buy some more haha. Let’s take a look at which ones I read this past weekend. Continue reading “Mini Reviews | Comics Edition #9”
Not too long ago there was an author looking for reviews for her books in a group I’m in on Facebook. They sounded really cute, so I decided to give them a try. I read A Braver Version of Me & A Better Version of Me by Cindy Ray Hale. This was a trilogy, but it now being rewritten into a nine book series.
I have been reading some very enjoyable graphic novels lately and would love to tell you all about it. It’s so nice to alternate between ‘regular’ novels and graphic novels and my collection has been growing slowly! Today I have three mini reviews that are all first volumes. Let’s get into it! Continue reading “Mini Reviews | Comic Edition #8”
I first heard about The Murderbot Diaries by Martha Wells in one of Emily Fox’s booktube videos and thought it sounded pretty interesting. And then I found out all four of them were available on Scribd. So I binge-listened to them super quickly. They are novellas so they’re all quite short and you will go through them in no time at all. There will be a full length Murderbot novel in 2020 and I’m very excited about that. But for now, let’s see what I thought about the four novellas. Continue reading “Mini Reviews | The Murderbot Diaries – Martha Wells”