Pondathon Challenge! It's Time to Party!
My first graphic novel of the year and boy is it a good one. The Deep and Dark Blue is one of my favorite pieces of fiction. Period. Of the last few years. Why? The Deep & Dark Blue by Niki Smith Below are spoilers for the book * * * * * * *… Continue reading Review: The Dark and Deep Blue
This is the second in a loosely connected trilogy be Stephaine Burgis. The universe is the same, but the characters that the book focuses on are different with each book. The Girl with the Dragon Heart The Girl with the Dragon Heart is about Silke, Aventurine's best friend who helped her find her way as… Continue reading Review: The Girl with the Dragon Heart
I finished the book I was reading for the side quest on the Pondathon, it turned out to be one of my favorites so far this year. The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart Now I love books about magic and cooking. Somehow magical cooking always seems to result in a cute book. Aventurine is a… Continue reading Review: The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart
This TBR will go across a couple months, but I'm trying to focus more on books where mental health is represented, and these are some of the ones I want to start with, I'm especially looking for books with female-identified or gender non-conforming narrators because the story on many conditions (especially autism) is overwhelmingly male.… Continue reading Mental Health Books TBR
The Pondathon is having special side quests to help the different animals do magic. It's seriously the cutest thing and one of the things that help me fight off depression. I really appreciate The Quiet Pond and CW (@artfromafriend) for the work she is doing. So please consider joining us or supporting her. The Pondathon… Continue reading Pondathon Update-Cuddle’s Conundrum!
I'm taking part in another challenge, one that is super unique and fun. It's by the lovely CW @ artfromafriend and their fellow bloggers at The Quiet Pond. Pondathon is a story-driven readathon. Now you might be asking how a story-driven readathon works. Basically, your reading books give you points for the number of pages read… Continue reading Pondathon Readathon