If you want your fair share of bizarre and violet anime series, Parasyte and Tokyo Ghoul are among the best and most popular ones you’ll encounter. They’re also easily available, which will make the whole process easier. Parasyte is a show about an alien Parasite… Read More »Parasyte vs Tokyo Ghoul: Which Anime Is Better?
Translated by Stephen Sartarelli — The publication of the Inspector Montalbano stories in English spans nearly two decades so it’s no wonder we have formed such an attachment to the irascible but brilliant detective. Now, however, the curtain is about to fall and we must…… Read More »Riccardino by Andrea Camilleri
To Sleep in a Sea of Stars, the new epic novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author of Eragon, Christopher Paolini is now available in paperback! Kira Navárez dreamed of life on new worlds. Now she’s awakened a nightmare. During a routine survey mission… Read More »Best Books About First Contact With Aliens
A Reese Witherspoon x Hello Sunshine Book Club Pick. FORECAST: Storm clouds are on the horizon in L.A. Weather, a fun, fast-paced novel of a Mexican-American family from Maria Amparo Escandon. Pink News: 17 incredible books by Black LGBT+ authors you need to read at Buzzfeed:… Read More »14 Novels Written by Mexican Authors to Add to Your Must-Read List: The List List #471
Welcome, my ghosts and ghouls. Gather around the fire, close now; it keeps the chill of the night away. You came to this post because you wanted to see and hear things that will scare you. Things that will raise the hairs on the back… Read More »Scary Poems to Read in the Dark
For most people in the west, Studio Ghibli is probably pretty much interchangeable with Hayao Miyazaki, its most prolific and well-known director. But while Miyazaki’s brilliance and influence is undeniable (I have definitely brought myself to tears just thinking about Princess Mononoke), there are a… Read More »Studio Ghibli’s Other Director: A Read-Alike Guide to the Films of Isao Takahata
One of the very first superhero movies I ever watched was the 2005 Fantastic Four. I’ve become a huge Marvel fan since then, but Mr. Fantastic, The Invisible Woman, The Human Torch, and The Thing will always have a special place in my heart. With… Read More »Who is The Thing? A History of One of Marvel’s Oldest Heroes
Chances are, whether or not you’d call yourself a cook, a copy of The Joy of Cooking has been in your hands. It might be sitting on your bookshelf alongside beloved contemporary cookbooks, or perhaps you’ve peeped it on the counter in the kitchens of… Read More »A History of THE JOY OF COOKING
It’s cliche at this point to call fall reading season, but there’s a reason cliches resonate: they have some bit of the truth to them. This is the time of year when temperatures cool down — even if it’s minimal — and the nights grow… Read More »Fall Bookmarks For Reading Season
Content Note: discussion of book spoilers, as well as abduction and abuse in fiction. In fantasies with great worldbuilding, lore is the tip of the iceberg, hinting at a lived-in world. Magical settings have a unique ability to clarify and question ideologies, without muddling issues… Read More »THE GIRL WHO DRANK THE MOON Is About Questioning the Status Quo
How Is Contemporary Fiction Humanizing Mothers By Depicting The Universally Unacknowledged Perils Of Motherhood?
“When I was younger, thinking about whether I wanted children, I always came back to this formula: if no one had told me anything about the world, I would have invented boyfriends. I would have invented sex, friendship, art. I would not have invented child-rearing.” —Sheila… Read More »How Is Contemporary Fiction Humanizing Mothers By Depicting The Universally Unacknowledged Perils Of Motherhood?
The Harvey Awards are named after the creator of MAD, Harvey Kurtzman, and have been around since 1988, making them ones of the oldest existing awards in comics. Each year, they recognize outstanding achievement in the medium, including comics, graphic novels, manga, and digital comic… Read More »These Are the Best Comics of the Year: the 2021 Harvey Awards Winners
Before the school year began, I noted this would be a fall of book challenges. If you’re seeing a flood of stories about books being pulled from shelves or outright banned from classrooms and libraries, you’re not imagining it. It’s a small handful of the… Read More »“Domestic Terrorists” Challenge Books in Texas, Indiana, Maine, and More
I never set out to write a children’s book when I began drafting The Ice House. In fact, when I was a kid, I hated anything marketed specifically toward children. The whole concept seemed to suggest that because I was young, I couldn’t handle serious… Read More »Lights in the Dark: balancing honesty and optimism in The Ice House by Monica Sherwood￼￼
Happy Friday! 16 days to Halloween.TO ENTER FRIDAY PICK. US Entrants: Leave a comment and tell me WHICH BOOK you would like to get from the Friday Pick lists. INTERNATIONAL: Leave a comment indicating “Gift Card” (see further comments near the end of the post.)… Read More »Martha’s Bookshelf***Friday Pick Giveaway October 15, 2021
As the new DC animated movie is closing in, we are getting more and more info every day. With less than a week until the movie’s release, IGN shared a new clip on their Twitter account. Dive into this new clip from DC’s animated Injustice.… Read More »Injustice Animated Movie: New Clip Unveiled
We are delighted to announce that we have signed new contracts with bestselling authors Miranda Smith and Sue Watson, and will be bringing you three new psychological thrillers from each author! Publishing Director Ruth Tross has acquired World all languages rights in three domestic thrillers direct… Read More »Bookouture sign new contracts with Smith and Watson
By: JPC Allen So much work goes into creating believable characters that writers sometimes forget to have fun with the process. One way I’ve discovered to prevent character development from becoming a chore is creating quirks for characters, fun traits that make my characters seem… Read More »Creating Quirky
This year I plan to go through the entire alphabet, one letter per month. For October 2021, the tenth month, I’m listing all of my favourite novels that begin with the letter ‘J‘. I am choosing these titles from the … Continue reading →
Remember the famous scene from The Shining, where Jack Nicholson’s Jack Torrance dies, frozen in the snow in front of the hotel. What do you think, was it really Nicholson or just a prop? As per the Blu-Ray commentary, the producers stated that they actually… Read More »Frozen Jack Nicholson: Actor or Prop?
If you’re new to Hide Your Wallet, this is where we list new releases we’re pretty excited for in the coming month. Each reviewer has a book maximum (five per person), and we’ve separated HYW into two parts. The first HYW of the month will… Read More »October 2021 New Releases, Part Two
Elle’s A to Z of Love by Claire Huston – Book Review Elle’s A to Z of Love Author – Claire Huston Publisher – Goldcrest Books International Ltd Pages – 381 Released – 1st July 2021 ISBN-13 – 978-1913719326 Format – ebook, paperback Rating –… Read More »Elle’s A to Z of Love by Claire Huston – Book Review
The Bobbling Collection by Inger Brown – Promo Post AD. Today we welcome author Inger Brown to Whispering Stories with her Promotional Post for her children’s picture book collection ‘The Bobbling Series’. Check out the books below. Available in ebook and paperback. Inger Brown is… Read More »The Bobbling Collection by Inger Brown – Promo Post
The Friday Face-Off was created by Books by Proxy, where each week bloggers can showcase books with covers centered around a weekly theme. You can visit Lynn’s Books for a list of upcoming themes. Join in the fun each Friday by finding a book whose… Read More »The Friday Face-Off: Favorite Magic Book
The Seven Day Switch by Kelly Harms Publisher: Lake Union publishing Genre: Contemporary, Fiction, Sci-Fi/Fantasy Rating: 4 stars Reviewed by Lavender Two moms as opposite as a Happy Meal and a quinoa bowl. What a difference a week makes in a heartfelt, laugh-out-loud novel by… Read More »The Seven Day Switch by Kelly Harms
So just when I decide to go back to more posts and better communication on this blog, I lose my internet connection for almost two days! Let’s just say it was difficult for me to be without an internet connection because since we’re in level… Read More »Life on the Darkside – Personal Post
The reason crime fiction is so popular is that it gives you the opportunity to view the world in so many different ways – with an intriguing crime of some sort or another at the centre of things. Our new books column this week reflects…… Read More »On the Radar: From the edge to apocalypse noir
In The God Question, scientists have at last succeeded in creating a self-aware “class one” computer with a superhuman intellect so powerful that it’s been outlawed. But 49-year-old computer scientist Stephen Kendrick gets hold of the system’s untraceable source code, converts a class two supercomputer… Read More »THE GOD QUESTION AND THE GALAPAGOS COLONY
Quiet fills the house where Simone lives with their busy parents. It’s the complete opposite of the noisy house across the street, where Simone’s new babysitter, Chloe, lives with her pregnant dog, Piano. Amid the color and bright energy at Chloe’s, Simone has a blast… Read More »THE LOUDEST BARK
James Roth III—who’s known as “Herzog” to his friends, for unexplained reasons—is a teacher, a Vietnam veteran, and the author of two “great American novels…about Jackie Kennedy and Valerie Solanas respectively, which have gotten me laid since the 1980s and won me just about every… Read More »GHOSTS OF AMERICA
Adam and Eve Castle—he’s an architect and she’s a psychologist—run Castle Training in Denver. He builds dioramas that resemble cutaway dollhouses where some little mannequins have met with bad ends. She writes the scripts: Were these really cases of murder or just unfortunate accidents? The… Read More »OBJECT LESSONS
Although many of the poems herein really encompass several arts, a color-coded circle at the beginning of each poem identifies the featured topic. Poems with a green dot for drama include the (very busy) jungle-, pirate-, and alien-themed “When I’m…,” with plenty of R’s to… Read More »HUNGRY FOR THE ARTS
Rogers’ tales offer unexpected approaches to familiar subjects such as love and family. “The Young Man and the Mountain,” for example, presents a sort of love triangle involving Aaron, a road-racing cyclist; his partner, Maria; and the mountain on which a cycling record was set.… Read More »THE MAYFLY
Awake with anticipation, Milly is eager for her first nighttime jaunt with the Midnight Club. At exactly midnight, she wakes up her big sister, Becca, and the pair proceeds to slink, sneak, and creep through the darkened hallways and empty rooms of their home. The… Read More »THE MIDNIGHT CLUB
Stanford University professor Robert Ornstein’s 1972 book, The Psychology of Consciousness, was the subject of long-form reviews and analysis in the New Yorker, Time, and other national publications. The groundbreaking work provided fresh, scientifically based answers to how the evolution of the brain and consciousness aligned… Read More »GOD 4.0
Teddy, a Pomeranian, says that his human owner Emily “is a very good girl. She is also a T1D,” their nickname for Emily’s status as someone with Type 1 diabetes. After a factual, approachable description of the disease, Teddy describes Emily’s routine. As a devoted,… Read More »TEDDY TALKS
A It’s time! It’s time! This is the first of the Sweet Dreams Romance Recap Project, wherein I am recapping the first twenty Sweet Dreams YA romances, starting with Sweet Dreams #1, P.S. I Love You by Barbara Conklin. This book is a lot. It’s angsty… Read More »479. Sweet Dreams Recap: PS I Love You by Barbara Conklin
Anime movies are rapidly growing in the movie industry, and as a result, the demand is also on the rise. Streaming services have seen it and they all want to have one of the best anime of all time there. But, where can you really… Read More »Is Dragon Ball on Netflix, Prime, HBO, Disney, Funimation, Crunchyroll or Hulu?
The series Attack on Titan is an anime-based series on the Manga of Hajime Isayama. Ever since it first aired in 2013, its popularity has only grown. I have been watching the anime “Attack on Titan” for a while now. There are so many interesting… Read More »How Does Attack on Titan End? (EXPLAINED)
Welcome to the Fraterfest Readathon!! Grab your books, audios, snacks and let the fun beginning. For the next eleven days, we challenge you to read/listen to as many books as you can. They can be spooky, horror, paranormal, urban, mysteries, thrillers, suspense or cozies. You… Read More »The Fraterfest 2021 Readathon Begins
#FlashbackFriday – Howloween Murder (A Melanie Travis Mystery) by Laurien Berenson #Review / #Giveaway #KensingtonCozies @KensingtonBooks
On Flashback Fridays I will share with you the books I was not able to review when they were first released that have been screaming at me from my To-Be-Read bookshelf. Howloween Murder (A Melanie Travis Mystery) Cozy Wednesday 26th in Series Setting – Connecticut… Read More »#FlashbackFriday – Howloween Murder (A Melanie Travis Mystery) by Laurien Berenson #Review / #Giveaway #KensingtonCozies @KensingtonBooks
The Land Across is a late Gene Wolfe novel about a travel writer’s adventures in a small and very weird Balkan country. Grafton has a problem. He is a travel writer in the mold of Rick Steves, writing about his adventures, taking photographs, having adventures.… Read More »Microreview: The Land Across by Gene Wolfe
Happy Friday & welcome to the First Line Friday link-up! Without further ado… it’s time to grab the book nearest to you and leave a comment with the first line. Today, I’m featuring the first line of In Pieces by Rhonda Ortiz, currently on tour… Read More »First Line Friday (and a Giveaway!): In Pieces
This meme is hosted by Four-Legged Furballs and 15andmeowing. Each week they will post four fill-in statements. friend Another fun friendly fill in Friday! Here are my answers to this week’s fill ins… 1. Any kind of bug makes my skin crawl. 2. I enjoy watching… Read More »Feline Friday and Friendly Fill-Ins – October 15th
This is a fun meme to do hosted by Freda’s Voice. If you’d like to join on the fun go to The Friday 56. Rules:*Grab a book, any book.*Turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader.*Find any sentence that grabs you.*Post it.*Link it here.… Read More »Book Beginnings on Fridays/The Friday 56 – October 15th
Welcome to The Friday Face-Off, a weekly meme created by Books by Proxy! Each Friday, we will pit cover against cover while also taking the opportunity to showcase gorgeous artwork and feature some of our favorite book covers. If you want to join the fun, simply… Read More »Friday Face-Off: Favorite Book of Magic
Roblox is one of the most popular games in the world, but it’s not for everyone. If you’re looking for a game like Roblox that offers an immersive experience with similar gameplay to explore and battle real-life friends, then this list will be perfect for… Read More »50 Best Games Like Roblox You Need To Try In 2021
Each Friday, Long and Short Reviews hosts a weekly five word writing prompt. For more details on how to participate, please click here. Today’s five words to use as your prompt are: lesson, pop, trench, knife, certain
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/www.starwarsreport.com/mp3/starwarsreport476.mp3 Riley and William highlight the journey of star wars publishing and break down their favorite Star Wars books in legends and canon! Contact Information: Website | Twitter | Facebook The post Star Wars Report #476: Legends VS Canon w/ William Devereux appeared first on Jedi News.
Cole Lepley’s “Ricochet” is LIVE & she’s sent over fun facts, an excerpt & the playlist + a signed copy giveaway!
Ricochet (Fastball Series Book 1) by Cole Lepley <— THE MOODY GUY DOWNSTAIRS IS NOT WELCOMING HER AT ALL!! Ohhhhh you guys this sounds like a love/hate book (maybe even a bully book?) and it JUST WENT LIVE THIS WEEK! P.S. Check out that warning that she… Read More »Cole Lepley’s “Ricochet” is LIVE & she’s sent over fun facts, an excerpt & the playlist + a signed copy giveaway!
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BOOK BEGINNINGS ON FRIDAYSI’m continuing my celebration of Victober with another Victorian novel, The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot. What are you reading this week? Please share the first sentence (or so) here on Book Beginnings on Fridays. Add the link to your post… Read More »The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot – BOOK BEGINNINGS
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/http://www.starwarsreport.com/wampaslair/Ranking_the_ScoresPt1.mp3 We begin a three part segment where we rank all 11 of the film scores! Highlighting individual tracks from each score along the way, we highlight what we love about each and every SW movie score! Contact Information: Website | Twitter | Facebook The… Read More »The Wampa’s Lair #440: Ranking The Scores Pt.1
The newest Star Wars trilogy has not exactly been well received by fans. There are plenty that find many issues in the storyline, dialogue, or whatever it may be, while others adore the Disney reboot of the franchise and embrace each film with open arms. The… Read More »Disney+ Twitter Disses The Sequel Trilogy, Is This A Sign?
Science Fiction & Fantasy Must-Read Books | October 2021 Looking for a new adventure this week? Don’t miss out on these exciting new must-read science fiction and fantasy books by A.J. Massey, Jessica Bell, Kelsey Josund, Des M. Astor, Willow Mason, and Emma Mieko Candon!… Read More »Science Fiction & Fantasy Must-Read Books | October 2021
Quora discussions raised this important question of what is a blonde espresso and what is the big deal about it? There have been numerous answers and many coffee giants have taken a shot to give the explanation and probably the recipe and the brewing process… Read More »what is a blonde espresso ?
Longtime JTA reader and friend Robert F. visited his local Ollie’s only to find a slew of new discounted Hasbro Star Wars products. Two are Walmart exclusives, and the other didn’t make it further than online. It’s amazing to see how much product never arrived… Read More »Failed Exclusives, Poor Product Development Ideas, And Supply Chain Issues, Oh My!
MEET GALACTIC WILDLIFE BIG AND SMALL IN STAR WARS GALAXY OF CREATURES The series of animated shorts are available on Star Wars Kids October 14, 2021 – SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Today, Lucasfilm announced Star Wars™ Galaxy of Creatures, an all-new series of animated shorts… Read More »Meet Galactic Wildlife Big and Small in Star Wars Galaxy of Creatures
Happy Thursday! Continuing until October 28th (culminating with a list of winners), I have the privilege of featuring all of the 2021 The Christy Award Finalists! Today I’m featuring Rhona Weaver and her first novel Christy Award finalist book A Noble Calling! You can check… Read More »2021 The Christy Award Finalists (and a Giveaway!): Rhona Weaver & A Noble Calling
Listen, Think, & Speak Like a Doctor: Essential skills for medical school and practice by Smiley Thakur MD Buy on Amazon Listen, Think, & Speak Like a Doctor: Essential skills for medical school and practice by Smiley Thakur MD Listen, Think, & Speak Like a… Read More »Listen Think, & Speak Like a Doctor by Smiley Thakur
Tokyo Ghoul is one of the most popular and beloved manga and anime of the 21st century. Sui Ishida’s horror drama about the plights of Ken Kaneki, whose life is turned upside down once he is transformed into a ghoul, was well received by both… Read More »What Age Is Tokyo Ghoul Appropriate For?
Some of the choices I make are good and sensible ones, others perhaps less so. Here’s a list of choices I’ve made; the likelyhood I’ll end up entirely happy is in doubt…. I am the category organizer for the elementary/middle grade speculative fiction category for… Read More »my troubled mind
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I cannot properly express how EXCITED I am for All That is Secret by Patricia Raybon, so I’m beyond thrilled to have Patricia here on the blog today to share some things she learned about Christian fiction while writing it! ALL THAT IS SECRET SERIES:… Read More »Guest Post (and a Giveaway!): Patricia Raybon & All That is Secret
This week in Star Wars, we get ready to meet different creatures from around the galaxy in Star Wars Galaxy of Creatures, check out the latest batch of products for Bring Home the Bounty, and get into the Halloween spirit with some Star Wars: Terrifying… Read More »TWISW: Galaxy of Creatures, Bring Home the Bounty, and More!
New Mystery & Thriller Books For Your Fall Reading List | October 2021 Check out these suspenseful new mystery and thriller books you need to add to your Fall reading list ASAP. We’re sure you’ll love these new books by bestselling authors Robert W. Christian,… Read More »New Mystery & Thriller Books For Your Fall Reading List | October 2021
New Literary Fiction Book Recommendations | October 2021 Looking to add to your literary fiction list this October? Check out these new novels by indie bestselling authors André Costa, T.L. Toma, Joy Sorman, Diane Williams, Mary Elizabeth Pope, and Amitava Kumar. Enjoy your new literary… Read More »New Literary Fiction Book Recommendations | October 2021
Because of Vespertine, I finally watched Venom. I was halfway through the novel when I saw that Margaret Rogerson (An Enchantment of Ravens) had described her new YA fantasy as “medieval Venom starring a nun and a ghost,” and naturally I needed the full context… Read More »Being a Saint Isn’t All It’s Cracked Up to Be: Margaret Rogerson’s Vespertine
Do you ever feel like your favorite anime character is just too weak? That they’re not powerful enough to take on the world and save everyone? Well, there are many anime centered around main characters with extraordinary powers. This blog post enlists the best anime… Read More »30 Best Anime with Overpowered Main Characters (2021 Update)
I just finished The Troubled Girls of Dragomir Academy, by Anne Ursu, and I think it is her best book yet (which is saying a lot!) It’s the story of Marya, a girl growing up in the shadow of a brother who seems destined… Read More »The Troubled Girls of Dragomir Academy, by Anne Ursu
DARK REVERSE HAREM/BULLY ROMANCE ALERT!! I just learned about it today when asking what everyone was reading, and it looks like a few in our crew LOVE this one! Lisa: I just finished reading an ARC of Lords of Mercy, which is the third book… Read More »Angel Lawson & Samantha Rue – Royals of Forsyth University Series Reading Order
C.M. STUNICH ALERT!!! IT’S A LOVE-HATE HIGH SCHOOL SERIES & I’m in love with these book covers (and the series name!!), and Cathy loves this series! Cathy: I’m anxiously awaiting CM Stunich’s next book in The Lost Daughter of a Serial Killer series. Books 1… Read More »C.M. Stunich – Lost Daughter of a Serial Killer Series Reading Order
MAYLIE OF THE HIGHLANDS SERIES: Tales of a Travel Girl #3 GENRE: Middle Grade Realistic Fiction (grades 3-7) PUBLISHER: Ink Map Press RELEASE DATE: October 13, 2021 PAGES: 307 For fans of the Middle School series by James Patterson, The Tapper Twins series by Geoff… Read More »Book Spotlight (and a Giveaway!): Maylie of the Highlands by M.L. Tarpley
Había una vez, there lived a girl named Petra Peña, who wanted nothing more than to be a storyteller, like her abuelita… We’re thrilled to share an excerpt from The Last Cuentista, a journey through the stars from author Donna Barba Higuera—available now from Levine… Read More »Read an Excerpt From The Last Cuentista
Godzilla is one of the most famous characters around the world, and with King Kong, certainly the most famous monster character in the history of cinema. Godzilla has been around for more than 70 years now and has appeared in more than 30 movies. This… Read More »Can Godzilla Die? [4 Times He Did]
Today, Lucasfilm announced Star Wars Galaxy of Creatures, an all-new series of animated shorts with the first two episodes available to watch on the Star Wars Kids YouTube channel and StarWarsKids.com now. Join adventurous droid SF-R3 (“Aree”), a member of the Galactic Society of Creature… Read More »Meet Galactic Wildlife Big and Small in Star Wars Galaxy of Creatures
Astrophysics professor Dr. Lisa Will joins us for a discussion about planets, moons, and asteroids. She breaks down just what the phrase “a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away” actually means in terms of space and time as we know it. We… Read More »Skywalking Network Present Star Warsologies #9: Astronomy
If you have any outstanding preorders from Hasbro Pulse, be prepared to receive a barrage of emails notifying customers of delays. These delays not only effect Black Series and Vintage Collection products, but other Hasbro items as well – including but not limited to Marvel… Read More »Hasbro Pulse Sending Out Mass Product Delay Notifications
“Homestead” Written by Raf Green Directed by LeVar Burton Season 7, Episode 23 Production episode 269 Original air date: May 9, 2001 Stardate: 54868.6 Captain’s log. Neelix is hosting a party to celebrate the 315th anniversary of First Contact Day. He even gets Tuvok to… Read More »Star Trek: Voyager Rewatch: “Homestead”
The Uchiha Clan is very specific in the world of Masahi Kishimoto’s Naruto. It was massacred by its own kin and left only with a few surviving members. Itachi Uchiha massacred his own clan, sparing only his younger brother, Sasuke. The two of them had… Read More »Itachi vs Sasuke: Who Would Win and Why?
Published: October 13, 2021 Rating: T Writer: Daniel José Older Penciler: David Wachter Colourist: Giada Marchisio Letterer: Joe Sabino Cover Artist: David Lopez The synopsis; JEDI KNIGHT AND PRIVATE EYE TEAM UP TO UNCOVER A MYSTERY THAT WILL CHANGE THE HIGH REPUBLIC FOREVER! A Jedi… Read More »Comic Review: Trail of Shadows #1 (of 5)
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Review of Leah Remini’s memoir, Troublemaker, about her life in Scientology and how she escaped this infamous sci fi cult. read more Troublemaker, Leah Remini Memoir Review The post Troublemaker, Leah Remini Memoir Review appeared first on Amanja Reads Too Much.
By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes… …and we’re midway through the month of October, bringing with it longer, colder nights and the scent of apple cider on the breeze. It’s the time of year for traipsing around muddy pumpkin patches,… Read More »Five Dark Historical Gothics to Savor This Fall
This lil’ teaser is titled “Change of Plans,” which is a cute way to nod at what Marvel did here: Hawkeye, which begins on November 24th, is now getting a two-episode premiere. Assuming the show doesn’t skip any weeks, that has Hawkeye‘s six episodes wrapping up… Read More »We’ll Get a Second Serving of Hawkeye for Thanksgiving
Marvel is preparing us for the holiday season in its own style. Hawkeye TV show will premiere on November 24, and the setting of the show is all about yuletide cheer. Set after the events of Avengers Endgame, Jeremy Renner’s Clint Barton aka Hawkeye retired… Read More »New Promo Video For Hawkeye TV Show Released!
The international young adult Max Original series, PARADISE (PARAÍSO), debuts with four episodes THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, with the remaining three episodes debuting Thursday, November 4. The 1990s-set mystery hails from Movistar+ and The Mediapro Studio in Spain and is directed by Fernando González Molina (“Palm Trees in the Snow”),… Read More »International Max Original PARADISE (PARAÍSO) Got The Official Trailer And The Release Date
It’s time for your family to go on a galactic safari…and become experts on Star Wars creatures and critters! Today, Lucasfilm announced Star Wars Galaxy of Creatures, an all-new series of animated shorts, with the first two episodes available now on the Star Wars Kids… Read More »Meet Galactic Wildlife Big and Small in Star Wars Galaxy of Creatures
Big Bad Wolf Big Bad Wolf by Suleikha Snyder is $1.99! This is book one in Third Shift series, which is a paranormal romance. Super curious about this one. I thought we had featured this previously on sale, but maybe it was all a fever… Read More »Contemporaries, Paranormals, & More
It’s October, somehow, which means we’re settling in to one of the best times of the year. (I have to say “one of,” because when spring rolls around I’ll be like this again.) It’s the time of pumpkins and cobwebs, cauldrons and black cats, candy… Read More »Out of the Woods: In Search of More Ominous Landscapes
In 2017, in September’s Dark Days: The Casting #1, a mysterious character was introduced to the official DC Universe. He was a blend of Batman and the Joker, looking as gruesome as that combination sounds. Officially created by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, probably the best… Read More »The Batman Who Laughs Reading Order
Spider-Man: No Way Home is certainly one of the most expected MCU movies ever! Tom Holland is returning as the web-slinger to conclude another MCU trilogy in his sixth appearance as Peter Parker. The previous Spider-Man installment, Far From Home, ended with a major cliffhanger… Read More »Spider-Man: No Way Home: Two New Exclusive Stills Released