Google Translates My Favorite Books

I’m a big fan of the YouTube Channel Translator Fails. Run by Malinda Kathleen Reese, each video is a song put through several layers of Google Translate and back into English. Then Reese performs the translated song. It’s pretty hilarious. I was pretty excited when I saw bloggers doing the same thing with their favorite [...]

December 2018 Wrap-Up

New year, new content! But first, I have one more loose end I have to tie off before I leave 2018 behind for good. I’ve got to tell you about all the books I read in December. During the final month of 2018, I read four short stories, two short story anthologies, five novels, and [...]

Dreams of Yesteryear: A Dual Review of “Vengeful” by V.E. Schwab and “Muse of Nightmares” by Laini Taylor

When I went to edit this post, I realized I never wrote an introduction or conclusion. Since both mini-reviews contain their own introduction and conclusion, I’m just not going to bother with one for the whole post. Let’s just jump into this. Vengeful by V.E. Schwab Official Summary: Sydney once had Serena—beloved sister, betrayed enemy, [...]

If You Like That, Try This!: The Young Elites Chain Reaction!

Well, well, well. Yet another meme I started and then promptly abandoned. The meme I’m bringing back today is the classic recommendation meme. Basically, I recommend things (books, TV shows, movies, etc.) based on what you already like. I usually only recommend things based on one specific piece of media (for example, I recommended other [...]

The Book Bachelor

Lately, BookTube and book blogs have been filled with videos and posts of people doing relationship-based tags, from RIP It or Ship It to The Love Triangle Book Tag (and Love Triangle Game Part 2!). This week a new tag joined their ranks, this one called the Book Bachelor Tag. Invented by Ashley from A [...]

The Love Triangle Game

So, it’s been a while since I’ve done a good old-fashioned game tag. This one was created by BookTuber Jesse the Reader. It’s not unlike the RIP It or Ship It Tag, in which you put a bunch or character names (from all walks of book) in a hat, jar, or some other kind of [...]