The third installment to the Green Creek series doesn’t feel quite as strong as the previous two.
Making lists is one thing that I always love to do. And I do quite love it when people throw new things in the hat for Top Ten Tuesday. Like books with geographical terms in the title. I’m going to be going over my read list for other terms for freebie moments, but for now… Continue reading Ten Books That Embrace City Life | #TopTenTuesday 353
In August I saw Kal from Reader Voracious post the 6 in 6. A tag like post to focus on the first half of the year and take a good look back. Like the mid year book freak out tag but with lesser questions and a different angle. And that is always a good thing.… Continue reading 6 In 6 for the First Half of 2022
Of course at this point we aren’t quite at the change of seasons. At least not the astronomical one. That doesn’t change the fact that we of Wyrd and Wonder have already been planning a little. And so we are bringing Spooktastic Reads, the wyrd and wonder mini event, back for another year! What Is… Continue reading Bringing the Monsters in Your Autumn | Spooktastic Reads 2022
August has passed us by and we’ve headed into September. August meant that the Deventer book market returned. It was good to walk and see all the book enthusiast going for a sale. And there was the comic market in my home town. ★ Spirit Gate (Crossroads 1) Kate Elliott ★ Heroes of the Valley… Continue reading Book Haul 73 | August Brings More Books
Ravensong is a strong follow up to the werewolf story in Wolfsong.
The first Top Ten Tuesday of September (as always hosted That Artsy Reader Girl) and I am changing it up right away. Initially we were meant to be talking about books we loved so much I had to get a copy. But I’m fairly certain I did something like this not too long ago. (I… Continue reading Books I Have Multipe Copies Of | #TopTenTuesday 352
#oops In all the years I can’t remember forgetting to plan in my wrap up post. But it was a busy week with Merijn starting group 3 (grade1 US) and his kids birthday party. Funnily enough I did read a bunch of books this past month. Though I did read them mostly at the start… Continue reading Dancing out of August 2022
Signal to Noise is a beautiful self-contained story of the mistakes we sometimes make and how to deal with the fall out, even if it has been 20+ years.
After reading Wolfsong I might have gone out of my way to purchase the rest of the series…