You might remember how To Sleep in a Sea of Stars was the first book in Christopher Paolini’s Fractalverse and I had that article that got printed in my local paper and Bookshare blog. Refresher: Blog book update, fractalverse awesomeness, what else? blogpost from 4/17/2021 I just saw this from Mr. Paolini’s Twitter account: This… Continue reading Just had to do this quick Fractalverse update
I went to three shows in 10 days in early/mid-June. Just haven’t had time to write up my Live Music Review until now. Two were at the Armory and one was in an outrageously hot bar. All three shows were awesome! The Armory Accessibility Report Update This is an update to my terrible experience at… Continue reading Time for some music!
Thank you for another year, readers. Have a happy new year. Make it weird!
One of the books I promised myself I would review this year is a book of deeply personal essays by my favorite author, John Green. As I mentioned in this earlier post from June, this was one of my favorite books of the year at that time: Top books read this year. I can’t say… Continue reading Book of the year: The Anthropocene Reviewed by John Green
I am going to keep this review short and say that this the Green Bone Saga is the greatest epic fantasy family crime series ever in my opinion. I should warn you that this is an adult series. I think Fonda Lee is a brilliant author because the characters feel real to me. It’s gratifying… Continue reading Jade LEGACY Review: Green Bone Saga Concludes
This double book review is something that I wanted to do for a while. I am going to talk about both Jade City and Jade War, the first two books of the Green Bone Saga, by Fonda Lee. The Green Bone saga, an adult fantasy series, is basically about clan warfare between two families in… Continue reading My review of the Green Bone Saga so far
I will read more this year, but it’s the half year mark now. So let’s kick off the summer by talking about the books I have read in the last six months and my most anticipated releases this year. The Anthropocene Reviewed by John Green: love this essay book. 5 star experience. My one-word review… Continue reading Top books read this year
I had a special request to review this mostly true book by the authors, Lexi and Susan Haas. the year of the buttered cat is a middle grade book about Lexi’s deep brain stimulation surgeries (DBS) and yes, a buttered cat is in the book.