My Favorite Books With…Turquoise Covers

Besides red and black, I've always had a fondness for the color turquoise. It's such a vivid, beautiful blue. However, like black, I had so many problems trying to find covers of books I liked with this color. In fact, I only found four (none of which are purely turquoise). But here goes anyway. In … Continue reading My Favorite Books With…Turquoise Covers

Why Make An Original Movie When You Could Make A Remake?

A few days ago, the new trailer for Mowgli was released, set to come out in October of this year. I happened upon the trailer a couple days ago and all I could think was, “Wait, didn’t they just make The Jungle Book a couple years ago?” And the answer is, yes, they did. The … Continue reading Why Make An Original Movie When You Could Make A Remake?

My Favorite Books With…Black Covers

After red, the color most likely to be my favorite is black. I love it, whether it’s in fashion, flowers, or decorations. Saying that, it’s surprisingly hard to find books I enjoyed with a predominantly black cover. Though, considering my selection, I’ve realized most black covered books have something to do with murder…who would have … Continue reading My Favorite Books With…Black Covers

Book Tag: Never Have I Ever (Original Tag)

I see tons of these Never Have I Ever challenges going around Youtube, whether it is about Youtubers or celebrities. I thought it would be interesting to do one surrounding the topic of books. However, I couldn’t find one I liked, so I’m making one up myself! I know, I’m a rebel. Never Have I … Continue reading Book Tag: Never Have I Ever (Original Tag)

Book Review: My Lady’s Choosing (a.k.a., the most aggravating book I have ever read)

An interactive romance novel. It’ll be fun, they said. You won’t lose your mind, they said. Well, they lied. Oh, they lied so badly (whoever ‘they’ might be). This book is the bane of my existence. No, not just because it is the most confusing drivel I have ever read. No, not just because I … Continue reading Book Review: My Lady’s Choosing (a.k.a., the most aggravating book I have ever read)