Category: Books

Stranger Things Book Tag: I Suddenly Cannot Remember Anything I’ve Ever Read

I, like Moya, haven’t seen an episode of Stranger Things but will do my best to answer all these questions! Thank-you for tagging me in this too! 😊 (I also while writing this could not remember any book I have read in my entire life, and had to do some googling of odd phrases like

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An Updated Pop Vinyl Collection

I have somehow managed to amass even more pop vinyls since last time. I often wonder how, but then remember that the vast majority were gifts or arcade prizes (along with some really cute plushies…) and I am grateful for all of them! Especially since I love decorating my room with things that I love,

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The 2020 Releases I’m Most Excited For

Animal Crossing: New Horizons I love, and will forever love, Animal Crossing. I can’t wait to start playing on it the Switch and be given that golden ticket to a deserted island by the racoon I will forever be indebted to. Ori and the Will of the Wisps This is such a gorgeous series, so

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THE ONE LINER TAG: ASK ME MORE ABOUT THE WAVE, I DARE YOU…

A big thank-you for Keiko for tagging me in this! They write awesome anime reviews, and their weekly round ups focused on seasonal anime are always great! Definitely head over there for some great anime and also music content! The rules for this tag are as follows: – Accept and thank your challenger(s) by linking

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DELTORA QUEST: WHY DOES NO-ONE EVER TALK ABOUT THIS

This is an amazing series and no-one can convince my otherwise. Deltora Quest is an anime that was adapted from Emily Rodda’s children’s fiction series of the same title. For those who don’t know the great Australian author that is Emily Rodda, this is her pen name for her children’s books and other series such

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5 INTERESTING HARRY POTTER CONSPIRACIES TO TAKE NOTE OF

What do you guys think about these? It’s been theorised that Harry hallucinated the entire series. He was deprived of food by his aunt and uncle and was starving in the cupboard under the stairs, hence the hallucinations. Steve Kloves, a screenwriter for the films, has even said about Harry being in the cupboard, “The

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3 THINGS I LIKE ABOUT WIDE SARGASSO SEA

It’s definitely very interesting to read! The fact it’s based upon Jane Eyre Essentially Jean Rhys has rewritten Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre. She stated that, “Bertha seemed such a poor ghost, I thought I’d like to write her a life.” I think that this is a very interesting concept that Rhys has taken and it

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10 THOUGHTS AFTER RE-READING ‘THE REMARKABLE SECRET OF AURELIE BONHOFFEN’

I get nostalgic and re-read books I liked when I was younger too often… “Ever since Aurelie Bonhoffen was a child, she has juggled and played the dead girl on the ghost train at Bonhoffen’s Seaside Pier. On her twelfth birthday, she stumbles on her family’s remarkable secret. It’s hard to accept at first, but

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8 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD GET INVESTED IN ‘ATTACK ON TITAN: LOST GIRLS’

“Going against the flow takes courage. I respect that” – Annie The storylines follow Annie and Mikasa It gives a deeper understanding into the characters (especially Annie since we really didn’t get to see her all that much before she went into the crystal) and lets us learn more about their own stories. This works

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