Lesbian figure skaters, ghost hunters, and girls not taking shit from anyone (especially not weird winter elves or fire demons)
Seven moons have come and gone since my last book haul, and, in my opinion, it’s definitely time for another one. Let it be thus! I have twelve new books to show you, and since I’ve started dabbling a bit in book subscription boxes this year, a few will be special editions. :) In addition …
Wedding shenanigans, vikings, and snark
Lonely ladies on islands, origami, and self absorbed Greek Gods.
Anastasia in space, books, and geese.
Pirates, witches, and smartass bisexual pacificts.
Adorable princes, evil elves, and DEATH.
Fae, fae, and oh, did I mention fae?
Everything I read in 2017
Top 10 Books of 2017 (In no particular order)
Demons, magic, and injustice.
It’s been a while since my last book haul (almost seven months to be more precise), and a few things have happened since then. I’ve moved to a new apartment for example, and — perhaps somewhat more important in the context of this post — I’ve bought nine new (beautiful) books! My bookshelf has never looked prettier.
Mortal enemies, gold mining, and miracles.
Epic rap battles of Norse mythology, magical realism Romeo and Juliet, and oh no, I did not need to know you could do that to a peach.
Welcome back to Things My Past Self Would Kill Me For Doing! If you’ve seen my previous Defacing-posts (you can find my last one here), you know 2017 was the year I got a new hobby: personalizing my own books (gasp!). For the last couple of weeks, I’ve been working on The Lunar Chronicles by …
Giant robots, pain, and gelato.
Games, gold, and gays.
18th century shenanigans, mental health issues, and the end of the world.
Look, I was going to do this tag around the time it first got created by Maureen Keavy on Youtube, but obviously never did, and here we are more than a year later. You know how it is. Anyway, I’ve been in a musical-y mood lately (more than usual), and thought I’d give this a try. …
Defacing time, folks! Today’s victim: My Lady Jane! (Also known as the most hilarious book about Jane Grey currently in existence) In the past, I’ve mostly concentrated on the exterior of the books. For My Lady Jane, though, I wanted to do something about the interior. More precisely, the chapter headers. Now, I actually quite …