Happy Pride and Prejudice Day! In celebration of the book birthday of my favourite Austen novel (January 28, 1813), I decided to write about one of the more recent adaptations that has been written for YA readers.
Have you ever heard of Postcrossing? Or the Letter Writers Alliance (LWA)? About a year ago my hobby of sending postcards to friends across Canada turned into a bit of an obsession. I went digging into the far corners of the internet to discover that good old snail mail is still alive and well. The... Continue Reading →
“So often, we pretend we’ve made a decision, when what we’ve really done is signed up to try until it gets too uncomfortable.”
The worlds of archeology and anthropology are absolutely fascinating to me. I would love to be able to go on an archaeological dig some day, but for now I'll have to live vicariously through the books I read.
"I have grown in strength inside her. Filled her cells with mine until we must split apart. It's not my choice - that's how it's always been for us."
Okay kids, strap in, we're doing this! I haven't written a review in a while, but I figured it was about time. If you know my writing style, you can be fairly certain that there won't be any spoilers for A Court of Wings and Ruin in this review. So don't fear if you haven't finished (or even started) this book.