January’s Diverse Book Mail

Hey bibliophiles! January turned out to be a rather pleasant month for me in terms of finding wonderful diverse books! Much of the haul consists of Asian, #OwnVoices titles, which is spectacular. Some of you may recall that one of my goals for 2017 is to read more #OwnVoices novels, so being able to find…

Britannia by Peter Milligan – A Comic Review

When I initially saw the cover for Britannia–written by Peter Milligan and illustrated by Juan José Ryp–I knew that I absolutely had to read this trade paperback graphic novel. It screamed “Imperial Rome,” which is a subject that I’m immensely fascinated by. It’s actually pretty hard not to be intrigued by something that explores the Roman…

Siberia 56 by Christophe Bec – A Comic Review

Siberia 56, written by Christophe Bec and published by Insight Comics, is a graphic novel about a small group of scientists that get stranded on a planet with sub-zero temperatures. The crew was supposed to land at a designated research base, but due to malfunctions in their ship, they crash-land approximately 150 miles from their…

Meg by Steve Alten – A Book Review

Good morning, book-mates!  I’m excited to say that it’s been raining quite a lot here, and since it’s an uncommon occurrence, I decided to take advantage of it! I spent a lot of time splishing and splashing in the cool water this weekend. Hopefully I didn’t catch a cold, but even if I did, totally…

Serials to Slay in 2017!

One of my bookish goals for the new year is to work through a lot of the large book serials that have been sitting on my shelves (and my TBR) for a stupidly long time. These are books that have full, multi-faceted universes with a varied abundance of characters, and some intricate stories to tell.…