A Kill in the Morning by Graeme Shimmin – Book Review

A Kill in the Morning by Graeme Shimmin is a British science-fiction, alternate history stand-alone novel that I picked up due to it’s badass, cult classic type of cover. I honestly didn’t even read the synopsis until after I checked it out. While the novel didn’t blow my knee-high sockies off of my tiny little…

Library Loot #2: Asian Literature & Irish Fantasy

I have come to realise that the library is a dangerous place for me, mostly because I have no restraint when it comes to books! Ever since I snagged a library membership, I’ve always had a maxed-out account of 30 checked out books. I have returned stuff, only to bring home even more things, keeping…

May’s Reading Wrap-Up

Good morning, bibliophiles! It’s that lovely time of month again; the time where I share a master list of all the stacks that I read during the month of May. To be honest, May was a fantastic month for me because I read tons of stuff and most of it was fairly decent. It was…

Impromptu Used Books Book Haul! (April 2018)

This past Sunday after attending my regular Dharma service at my local Buddhist temple, I decided to go to a used bookstore. It was a beautiful Spring day, I was properly medicated to fight off the histamine twirling in the air, and, most importantly, my anxiety was very calm and almost non-existent. As someone who…

Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman – Book Review

About a week and a half ago, when I was struggling to find my next read, Sir Betrothed handed me Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman. The Nordic culture and history is very near and dear to Sir Betrothed as it is a part of his heritage and identity. When his favourite author wrote a book…