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Goldie Vance Volume One

April 30, 2019
Goldie Vance

This is possibly one of the cutest graphic novels I've ever read. The art style reminds me of Lumberjanes, unsurprising considering they're both published by Boom! Box and I love it. Boom! seem to produce really wholesome and sweet series, at least that's what I've gathered from what I've read so far. I'm already desperate to get my hands on the next instalment of Goldie Vance. The premise…

Books Top 5 Wednesday

Top 5 Wednesday: Rainy Day Reads

April 24, 2019
Top 5 Wednesday

What is Top 5 Wednesday? Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly book meme hosted by Sam of Thoughts on Tomes on YouTube. Here is the link for the Goodreads group where you can find the list of topics and such. This weeks topic is: Rainy Day Reads I've noticed that for the most part, my rainy day reads are contemporaries. Frat Girl fits in with this. I'd happily reread this book. It's…

Books Wrap Ups

March Wrap Up

April 12, 2019

Still a light reading month, I mean two of the books I read were picture books! In fairness, it took me a while to get through my course books and I had a lot of assignments due in March...and I'll have more due in May. But the end is in sight and the summer of reading is soon coming. That being said I did like a lot of…

Books Graphic Novel Reviews

Pretty Deadly Volume One

February 3, 2019

There isn't a word or phrase that accurately conveys just quite what Pretty Deadly is, but I'm going to try. Think magical realism, feminist western narrated by a butterfly and dead rabbit. See the issue? This graphic novel is most definitely a chaotic one. I'm still not entirely sure on what the plot was, aside from there being a lot of debts owed, sacrifice and gore. Lots of…

Books Graphic Novel Reviews

My Friend Dahmer by Derf Backderf

January 17, 2019

As part of my Biannual Bibliothon TBR I had to pick a genre I wasn't a huge fan of but a format you loved. Hence, a non-fiction graphic novel. I've always had an interest in serial killer case studies. I find it both terrifying and fascinating that one person can be capable of such devastation. Jeffrey Dahmer being a prime example. I knew very little about his time…