Emily The Strange

19 Jul 19
Lady Bibliotaph

One of the types of fiction I will always gravitate towards is fiction that can be categorized as “strange.” The kind of plot and characters that leave you confused, perhaps disturbed, and excited for what’s to come next. “Wait, what did I just read?“ SO! Let’s get into my strange fiction picks! . . . […]

19 Jul 19
B for Bookreview

  Secrets In Oak Creek Book 2 “He clutched his head in his hands. His shoulders shook, but no sound came. Minutes stretched, interrupted only by the pop of burning wood.” Ryan Collins had it all – financial freedom, an exciting career, and attractive women. A favorite photographer in the glamorous world of fashion, his […]

19 Jul 19
Blessed & Bookish

One of the best parts about volunteering to read books to help promote Christian fiction, is discovering all the different genres I enjoy. Midnight on the River Grey is a gothic-type novel written in the Regency era. Gothic novels are often dark. They may have haunted halls, people suffering from various mental ailments (madness/hysteria) or […]

19 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

Music from Cats, the Broadway musical, is critically acclaimed. But you try to put humans in cat suits, and for sure, people will hiss and scream about it. The the first trailer of the film was released on Thursday, with protagonists like Taylor Swift, Idris Elba and Judi Dench transformed into cats, complete with "digital […]

19 Jul 19
Adulting 101

These days I’m a bit of a loner. Not to say I have no friends anymore but I definitely have a better quality friends. It took me a while to figure out that having a lot of friends didn’t mean I had great friendships or that I was a great person to be friends with. […]

18 Jul 19
Daily Millennial

A Abercrombie, Joe: The First Law Series Abraham, Daniel: The Dagger and the Coin Series Abraham, Daniel: Long Price Quartet Series Adams, Douglas: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Adams, Richard: Watership Down Alexander, Lloyd: The Chronicles of Prydain Anderson, Hans Christian: The Complete Fairy Tales Anderson, Kevin, J: The Saga of Seven Suns Anderson, […]

18 Jul 19
Guitargambler

Topp Tre Dream Tröll – Second to None (melodic rock/heavy metal) England Min solklara favorit från veckans alla releaser. Detta brittiska band blandar både melodiös rock och heavy metal på ett exemplariskt sätt vilket leder till riktigt underhållande låtar som för med sig något nytt för varje lyssning. En detalj jag verkligen gillar är att […]

18 Jul 19
Treestand Book Reviews

Vein’s Ritual by D.M. Wiltshire is a New Adult Fantasy of monsters, mystery, and darkness.

18 Jul 19
Emily Ursä

Day 23 from March Meet The Maker this year ~ Advice & Top Tips.To work through your fears and just do the thing. I was terrified when I did my first art event and art market, I was terrified when I got my first zine printed, terrified about going to university, terrified about not having […]

18 Jul 19
bigreadersite's Blog

This book started out a little slow for me but by the middle I was completely hooked and loved how it ended. There were many twists and turns in the second half of the book. I was quite surprised by the ending and loved it. I received a copy of this book from Celebratelit for […]

18 Jul 19
GeekandGear.com

The Handmaid’s Tale has been struggling this season to justify its existence, and that has spilled over into June’s character motivations. While the production quality and performances are still first-rate, the writing and subsequent message of the show has floundered. The treatment of women of color has been negligent at best and irresponsible at worst, […]

18 Jul 19
Tin Can Knits

I haven’t always knit sweaters for myself. For a long time it seemed like an infinite amount of knitting. I’d knit sweaters for our patterns in our usual sample size (M-ML) and tons of kiddie sweaters, but a sweater for me (I’m somewhere around an XL-XXL) just seemed like too much. This made no sense […]

18 Jul 19
Abba's Prayer Warrior Princess

This was a great book. It had mystery, drama, intrigue, and romance. It took me one page to become invested and want to read this riveting story with the haunting blue cover. This was a page turner.

18 Jul 19
whoisolgafrangieh

“He said: the book or me?…Sometimes I miss him when I’m buying a new book.” According to a family legend, I started reading signs on the road none stop with my parents every time we went somewhere-when I was two. I don’t know if I read because I’m curious, or I am curious because I […]

18 Jul 19
Archy news nety

The following students were nominated in the list of principals for the spring semester 2019 at the Idaho University. To be included, U of I students must maintain a GPA 3.5 or better with a minimum of 12 graduated credits during the semester. Washington Addy Abigail L. Johnston. Cheney Alexis N. Schmidt, Luke R. Huguenin, […]