Let's talk about the book series for a moment and how long is too long for a series? We all pretty much know and love the Harry Potter series, which consists of seven books (we do not count The Cursed Child, ever). Given the length of the later novels, it seems like a pretty large … Continue reading Length of a Book Series
Many books end up being turned into movies simply because of all the hype they generate in their book form, and let's face it, a lot of us love to see our favorite characters come to life. And when our favorite books aren't popular enough to get turned into movies, we cast the "would-be" movie … Continue reading Read or Watch First?
Happy Friday guys! This week actually went by kind of quick for me, and it was a pretty good week. This week's topic is Favorite Side Characters, which I happened to notice was last week's prompt for some of the blogs I follow. Seems like we all think alike... I'm just a little later to … Continue reading Five on Friday: Favorite Side Characters
Friday again! Hope everyone had an enjoyable week after the holiday! This week's topic is Books That Made Me Cry, and when I say this, I mean that "ugly cry." Or in other words, the crying that leaves us a mess. I typically try to avoid these kinds of books because I hate crying that … Continue reading Five on Friday: Books That Left Me a Crying Mess
Happy Friday everyone! It's time for another Five on Friday! This week's topic is childhood favorites which works because I've been feeling a bit nostalgic lately. I think it's because of all these reboots happening of my favorite shows. It's just making me miss that time period - the late 90s and early 2000s - … Continue reading Five on Friday: Childhood Favorites
Since I began following other bloggers I've noticed that there are fun little "topic days" that they tend to participate in like Top Ten Tuesday or something similar, which I think is pretty cool because it gives bloggers something sure that they can post every week. Let's face it, besides reviews, it can be hard … Continue reading Five on Friday: Books I Could Reread Forever