Red Queen: A Story of Conquering Fear

“It was easy to accept the presence of magic in the world, and that animals could talk if you knew how to listen to them… It was easy to accept the pleasant and nice things, but monsters, especially ones from children’s stories, were somehow more difficult to grasp.” Red Queen was another beautiful novel in…

Japanese Tales: Marvellous Mythos & Folklore

“Stories of miracles, visions of hell, jokes, fables, and legends—these tales reflect the Japanese worldview during a classic period in Japanese civilization.” Japanese Tales is a marvellous compilation of mythology, folklore, and fables depicting the early cultural, political, and social norms for Japan during the 12th through 14th centuries. I read this alongside a history…

Biblio Upgrade 2.0 – Becoming a Better Blogger!

Good morning, friends. Today, I wanted to talk to you about my blog, the difficulties that I’ve faced and am still facing, and how I want to overcome these hardships so that I can be a much better writer and content creator for everyone. This might become TL;DR, but it would mean the world to…

The Netflix Book Tag!

Good morning friends! I wanted to apologize for not writing posts consistently and on a regular basis as of late. My college studies have been hectic and quite vast thus preventing me from doing anything pleasurable, like reading for fun or blogging as I’d like. But the pile is a bit too intense for me…

4 Middle-Grade Adventure Books with Female Protagonists!

Good morning book ghouls! Today, I want to talk about really awesome adventure books. Books filled with ancient artefacts, spooky supernaturals, mysteries and mayhem—all starring dashing and daring leading ladies! The middle-grade serials written by Rick Riordan comes to mind when I consider elementary-level novels for the kiddos—Percy Jackson and the Olympians, The Chronicles of…