Monthly Wrap-Up: November

December is here. Christmas is right around the corner! And then comes New Year’s Eve and before we know it, it’s 2018! It’s all happening so fast, and I’m left a little dizzy by the speed of it. It feels like so much has happened this year, yet at the same time so little. Weird…

Oathbringer Discussion: Who Wrote the Letters?

The long awaited Oathbringer, Book 3 of the Stormlight Archive, was released this week! And I devoured 1243 pages in 2 days! Huzzah! I actually went and got the ebook, because while I did reserve a hardcover copy at a local bookstore, it still hasn’t reached them yet… Darn it. I’ve no qualms about giving…

Book Review: A Star-Reckoner’s Lot

A Star-Reckoner’s Lot tells the story of Ashtadukht, one of the worse Star-Reckoners ever, who is on a journey to hunt down the div that killed her husband. She is accompanied on her journey by her ever-faithful cousin and bodyguard Tirdad and is joined by Waray, an eccentric, half-div berserker. The book is set in…

Book Review: The Emerald Blade

The Emerald Blade picks up soon after the events in Valley of Embers. As the denizens of the Valley are nursing their wounds, Kole and Linn gathers a small company to pursue the King of Embers to the outside world. The world outside the Valley is unfamiliar and dangerous, and the Emberfolk are caught up in…

Monthly Wrap-Up: September

Hello everyone! How’s your September been like? My string of bad luck continues as my PC keeps on crashing and occasionally Bluescreen of Death-ing me. Eventually, one of my hard drive just went and croaked on me. I suspect that the lightning strike two months ago might have been a cause. Might have to bring…

Monthly Wrap-Up: July – August

Hello everyone! How has the last two months been for you? It’s been sooooooo long since my last post and it feels great to be finally back posting again. I didn’t intend to go without posting for so long, but life just got in the way. Towards the end of July, work became kind of…

Monthly Wrap-Up: June

  Hello everyone, how has your month been like? I can’t quite phantom how half a year has already passed us by. It feels like someone pressed the fast forward button some time earlier this year. Looking back through my previous monthly wrap up posts, it’s incredible to see how much has actually happened in…

Monthly Wrap-Up: May

  Hello everyone! How’s your month been like? I hope it has been well. It’s been a while since I had a chance to blog and with any luck, I’ll soon be able to be more active again, since one of my jobs has officially ended 🙂 There’s so much catching up to do too.…

Monthly Wrap-Up: April

Hello everyone, how has your April been? April was a great time for me, especially considering how the past three months have been. Most of it I put down to the amount of work holidays I had in April. A whole week off my night job and 3 days off my day job. That’s a…

Book Review: The Hollow Boy

The Hollow Boy is the third installment of Jonathan Stroud’s Lockwood and Co series. The series continues on from the Whispering Skull as Lockwood and Co’s string of recent success has resulted in a flood of clients. Well, that and the fact that most of the other big name agencies are tied up with a…

Monthly Wrap-Up March and a Look At 2017 So Far

Holy frost from the seven hells, I feel like time has just rushed past me, leaving me behind in its dusty, sandy wake. I’ve been away from this blog for a month! And boy, has that month been a terrible one for me. I didn’t get any writing done. I only watched some YouTube video.…

Monthly Wrap Up February

  Hey guys, how’s 2017 been so far for you? We’re 2 months in! Time really flies by! I hope 2017 has been treating you well! It’s been a while since I last did a wrap-up, so I’ve a lot to talk about. 2017, for me, has been a year of change. And I’m super…

Book Review: The Whispering Skull

The Whispering Skull is the sophomore entry to Jonathan Stroud’s Lockwood and Co series. It takes place a few months after the end of the previous book. The members of Lockwood and Co are starting to get more work their recent successes. One such job is botched spectacularly and their job is taken over by Quill…

Blue Lily, Lily Blue | Book Review

Blue Lily, Lily Blue is the third book in the Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater. It comes after the Raven Boys and the Dream Thieves. In this sequel, Blue Sargent and her Raven Boys continue to search for Glendower’s tomb, now with the aid of Gansey’s mentor Professor Mallory. However, there is a hitch in…