Books You Wish Had Sequels | Top 5 Wednesday #22

Hello, all! Today’s top 5 wednesday post is about ‘Books You Wish Had Sequels’! And I don’t really know what to write for this, because I’m usually satisfied by the endings of books… Here’s the example that the Top 5 Wednesday group gave:

“Standalones that you wish had a sequel or the last book in the series that you wished wasnt the last.” Continue reading

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Favourite Books Outside Your Comfort Zone | Top 5 Wednesday # 21

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Phew! That title was a mouthful. As you can see though, this week’s Top 5 Wednesday is about my top 5 Favourite Books that are Outside my Comfort Zone.

The example that’s on the page for these topics says: “These are books that you enjoyed that aren’t something you typically read. For example, nonfiction if you usually read fiction, contemporary if you usually read fantasy, etc. etc. They do not all have to be from the same genre, just an assortment of books outside your usual genre of choice.

I’m normally a Fantasy fanatic, but there have been times where I have enjoyed and loved other genres as well. The titles below are different in their own way. Continue reading

Favourite Character Names | Top 5 Wednesday #19

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This week’s Top 5 Wednesday post is about the Top 5 Favourite Character Names.

Names hold a lot of meaning, especially in stories. Authors can name a character, and when you look up that character’s name, a lot of pieces will fall into place. Now for me, I personally really don’t care about character names. I mean, it’s a name. However, that doesn’t stop me from having favourite character names.  Continue reading

Book Theme Songs | Top 5 Wednesday #18

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Hello lovelies! Today’s post is about Book Theme Songs. More specifically, “Songs you associate with different books, whether it’s because of the lyrics matching the story, the tone fits the story, or just because you listened to it a lot while reading that particular book!” so this is what I’m here to do!

This post will include spoilers for the following books: Zodiac by Romina Russell, The Girl from the Well by Rin Chupeco, Heir of Fire & Queen of Shadows by Sarah J. Maas, A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas, in that order.  Continue reading

Characters I Defend | Top 5 Wednesday #17

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Hello reader/s! I hope you are all good and well! Today’s post, as you can see by the title, is about Characters I Defend. We’re meant to talk about the characters that we love and will defend in this post, but I think I’m just going to talk about characters that I’ll defend. There are characters that I love and will defend, but there are also characters that I’ll just defend because well, they’re good characters and they need to have someone defend them.

Let me just say that the word “defend” doesn’t really seem like a real word to me anymore… Continue reading

Authors I’d Want To Meet | Top 5 Wednesday #14

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The original title is “Authors You’d Want TO Meet at Book Expo America & Bookcon” but since I won’t be going to those — probably ever– I’m changing the title, and the post a bit. As you can see, I just changed the title to “Authors I’d Want To Meet.” I find this version of the title to be way more inclusive, because some authors don’t go to these bookish events. So without further ado, and in no particular order, the authors I would like to meet! Continue reading

Favorite Mothers/Maternal Figures | Top 5 Wednesday #13

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Hello lovelies! This week’s post is about Favorite Mothers/Maternal Figures!

I’ve thought long and hard about this post, and since I most primarily read Young Adult, aka, ages 13 to 17-18 years old, that means trying to come up with Favourite Mothers /slash/ Maternal Figures is truly difficult! And quite odd seeing as how I’m a few years older than these characters. Not to worry though, I think I’ve got a few picked out. Whether they’re the main character, or a side character. It was odd trying to pick out one, let alone five. I’ve managed to pick one though, so let’s see if I managed to think of anymore characters. Continue reading