Cormoran

23 Apr 19
Comfort Reads

Created by Bionic Bookworm Hi Readers When it comes to thrillers they’re really hit or miss with me. Either they blow my mind of bore my brains out. These ones really hit the mark and so if you’re looking for a gasp rendering twisty novel, look no further. Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty – […]

22 Apr 19
Nerdy Complexity

Hello! As I took a look back at my blog I remembered one of my favorite posts to have put together: Matching Music to Books (https://nerdycomplexity.com/2018/09/03/matching-music-to-books/). Since I had so much fun putting it together, I thought I would do a second part and have a little more fun, though its actually pretty hard thought […]

22 Apr 19
Carti Cu Colti

Alb letal, cel de-al patrulea volum din seria Cormoran Strike de Robert Galbraith, a apărut în limba română astăzi, 22 aprilie. Este nu doar cea mai spectaculoasă carte scrisă până acum de Galbraith, ci și un roman polițist extrem de captivant. Detectivul Cormoran Strike se confruntă cu politicieni perfizi și pericolele unei faime nedorite într-o anchetă complicată care îl […]

21 Apr 19
Travel Help Guru

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21 Apr 19
paulpens

As writers, one of the most commonly given pieces of advice is to cut excess detail, pruning the flowery passages that looked so good when we wrote them in a euphoric burst of inspiration, our fingers a blur on the keyboard. Less is More is the mantra. Elmore Leonard cryptically claimed: “If it sounds like […]

20 Apr 19
Snapshots For Sore Eyes

Captured with iPhone, edited with Snapseed

20 Apr 19
alex getting lost

The day before I arrived in Marseille, two buildings collapsed. The townhouses had been on the brink of tumbling down for years, but there’s no real guidelines from the government here about what makes a structure ‘liveable,’ and it’s estimated that around 40,000 of the city’s residential buildings are unsafe or unfit to live in. […]

18 Apr 19
Le Biblio-File

At this point, I have read over 525 books that I have actually recorded and remembered. Many of them, I have read multiple times. Out of these, I have gone through my list and chosen my top 12 book series, and top 38 independent novels (or plays or books of poetry). It is fun to […]

16 Apr 19
Andre Eger

Forbes ranked “Harry Potter” author, J.K. Rowling, as the highest paid novelist in the world in 2017. She was also the third highest paid celebrity. Since then, she’s dropped to second on Forbes’ list and made $54 million in 2018.  J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter” novels have sold at least 500 million copies worldwide and grossed […]

16 Apr 19
WhimsyPages

How do you usually feel when it rains? Do you wish for sunshine? Do you enjoy the calming sound of the raindrops? Personally, rainy days for me are perfect to catch up on some blogging and reading. Although, I do enjoy reading in the sun as well. But there is something cozy about the rain […]

16 Apr 19
Binary Café

A densely-written, densely-plotted, and ultimately unputdownable book that serves as a return to form after the slightly less riveting Career of Evil. I’ve been a big fan of the Cormoran Strike series ever since the first book was released (on Kindle). The series, penned by JK Rowling under the pen name Robert Galbraith, combined the kind of […]

16 Apr 19
A Dance With Books

One of the things we sometimes seem to do as reader and bloggers is creating themed list of books that have to do with the weather or holiday season. Perfect Valentine Reads, Perfect Beach Reads, Perfect Christmas Reads and so on. We don’t always fill in these kind of themed reads in the same way […]

15 Apr 19
2 Women, So Many Books

Lethal White is the fourth Cormoran Strike novel and it begins with Cormoran being visited by a mentally ill young man named Billy who tells him about a murder he believes he witnessed as a child. Before Strike can get into the specifics, Billy flees the office and sends Strike, and his partner Robin Ellacott, […]