6 Fun Comic Collections to Help You Meet Your 2018 Reading Goal

If you're reading this then you, like me, woke up and realized that it's nearly December, and unlike the average American who begins to sweat over Christmas shopping, you're saying, "EEK!! I've only got a few more weeks to meet my yearly reading goal." Remember kids: it's very important to keep your promises to yourself,... Continue Reading →

Book Review: “The Unpleasantness at Baskerville Hall” by Chris Dolley

P. G. Wodehouse is one of my favorite authors. I love his witty dialogue, quirky characters, and how messy his storylines get before all the seemingly superfluous information comes into play to give you a satisfying ending. I frequently compare them to murder mysteries: you have to pay attention or you'll miss out on all... Continue Reading →

Looking Back with Button Eyes

Coraline horrified me as a child. So much, that I purposed never read Neil Gaiman again. Years later, I read Neverwhere and he immediately became one of my favorite authors. I decided to revisit Coraline this year. I spent my read trying to dissect what it was that upset me as a child. I mean, it's intentionally creepy.... Continue Reading →

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