That’s a Wrap: March 2017

I have been playing with the idea of a monthly wrap-up for a while. Problem is, I haven’t been reading enough to justify committing. Well, that’s all changing. I am finally, finally emerging from my year-long reading slump! These monthly wrap-ups will include what I’ve been reading, listening to (audiobooks ftw!) watching and a little personal update (if applicable). Reading: Dumplin’ by Julie Murphy -I found … Continue reading That’s a Wrap: March 2017

Muse with Me: Library Woes of a Different Nature

In my previous library woes segment found here, I facetiously lamented about the injustice of the queue system. The queue system is and always will be something my library is completely incapable of controlling.. okay, fine my previous post was more of a rant. Anyhow, I’m back with more library woes but this time it’s because I will be changing counties when my family and … Continue reading Muse with Me: Library Woes of a Different Nature

Muse With Me: Blind Reading

This week I want to muse over what I have started to call blind reading. It’s all about going into a book knowing as little as possible. I’ve been doing this a good bit recently to the tune of some excellent results. Dark Matter by Blake Crouch (my review here) PassengerPassenger by Alexandra Bracken (my review here) I don’t know how I missed reviews for … Continue reading Muse With Me: Blind Reading

Review: Ms. Marvel, Vol. 5 Super Famous

Ms. Marvel, Vol. 5: Super Famous by G. Willow Wilson My rating: 5 of 5 stars After finishing each volume of Ms. Marvel, I often wonder if the next one can get any better… Well, I’m here to tell you they can. They can always get better! There was one part in the very beginning when Kamala said something not very nice about someone else … Continue reading Review: Ms. Marvel, Vol. 5 Super Famous