Top 5 Video Games I Wish Were Novelised!

Some of my favourite types of novels to read are novelisations of film and gaming media. I have always enjoyed the sense of atmosphere and intimate connections that are built between the reader and the characters that books can provide that are sometimes lost while watching a film or playing a video game. With books,…

15 Fantastic Sci-Fi & Fantasy Books by Authors of Colour!

One of my favourite genres to read is science-fiction. The imagination and the storytelling potential that comes with speculative fiction can be absolutely brilliant, especially when it involves alternate histories, dystopian nations, technology beyond belief, interstellar travel, galactic political intrigue, plus much more. There is almost always something to learn, something there to inspire, awe,…

11 Popular Authors I’ll (Probably) Never Read

Happy Friday to you all! Today I’m going to talk about something that I have always wanted to chat about, but felt hesitant since it’s a bit of a touchy topic: super popular authors that I don’t really care for, and don’t particularly plan on reading. Before I jump into the post, I would like…

Favourite Bookish Bromances!

One of things that is guaranteed to make me re-read a book are genuinely fantastic friendships. Maybe it’s because my family consists of my friends; people who have shared a shattered road of obstacles with me since we were wee, little youngsters. A lot of my favourite platonic relationships in books and anime tend to…

Top 5 Books for Boring Classes

Today I wanted to do something a little on the delinquent side. Most folks who’ve ever been in a classroom setting, whether high school or university, has probably had that one class that was unbelievably boring! It may have been the person teaching, or just the subject matter. Whatever the reasons, the class sucked and…

Top 5 Wednesday: Binge Worthy SFF Books

Today I’m going to share some books that I binged and enjoyed very much. They are all pretty easy reads that have good world-building and compelling stories. Dare I say, some of these would even make awesome books to devour during this blistering Summer season! Koko Takes A Holiday by Kieran Shea This is a…