Top 5 Hyped SFF On My TBR

Good morning friends! For anyone who’s stuck around here for a while, or has seen my BookTube channel, they are familiar with the fact that I don’t tend to read a lot of hyped books. When books are super hyped, I’ve noticed that they always fall short in some way or another. However, there are…

Blade of the Immortal Omnibus I by Hiroaki Samura – Manga Review

Blade of the Immortal is a seinen, chanbara (media about/involving samurai), jidaigeki (period drama) manga series with supernatural elements. It’s a series that has been credited with redefining the jidaigeki genre with its near-flawless execution. Dark Horse Manga picked up the series and has been releasing them in breathtaking (yet very heavy) omnibus editions where…

Shiver Me Timbers Pirate Book Tag!!

Ahoy me mateys! I’m sorry that it’s been so long since my last blog post. My health hasn’t been the best with the weather being so utterly cold! Also, bed-rest has me thoroughly focused on playing a shit ton of video games, which means less time for reading and blogging. But I woke up this…

Rangoli by Pavana Reddy – Book Review

Rangoli by Pavana Reddy is an #OwnVoices collection of poetry and the author’s debut published book. Ms. Reddy is a South Asian-Fijian woman, who self-published her collection in July 2017. Rangoli has poetry pertaining to life as a woman, romance, and what it means to be an immigrant in a land where people don’t understand…

The Mystery Blogger Award!

I was nominated for this award by Carrie over at Cat on the Bookshelf.  I would like to take this moment to thank her. There aren’t enough words to express how grateful I am to be nominated for blogger awards; I deeply appreciate your support! This award was started by Okoto Enigma as a means…

The Autumn Book Tag

Good morning, y’all! It’s been a long time since I’ve partaken in a book tag of any sorts, so for today’s post I decided to do the Autumn Book Tag! Autumn is my second favourite season, with Winter being number one, so naturally I had to do this. I discovered the tag over at The…