I’m a librarian with a book blog (I know, how original right?) I’m a nerd who just wants to blog about books, comics, beauty industry claims, and other stuff.
I’m weird, I know it. I like researching stuff. I’m the sort of nerd who complains about bad writting. I’m the sort of nerd who keeps her comics in Dewey Decimal order.
I must confess, I am guilty of many snotty literature crimes: I like YA novels, I like comics, not graphic novels mind you, I have a pull-list at a comicbook store (#movetheneddle), but my biggest crime: I think Steven King is overrated.
I’m the odd librarian out.
“Bloodthirsty little beasts. Never trust a duck.”
In 1878 Tessa Gray is searching London for her brother. What she finds is the world of vampires, demons, warlocks, and shadowhunters.
by: Suzanne Young
Sloane lives in a world where no one cries. Not because they don’t want to cry when they see a friend and classmate being dragged out of school, but because no one dares to cry. Crying is a sign that you have depression, and that means you need to be taken too.
Gone with the Wind, I’ve come back for you. This time the question we are trying to answer the question: is Gone with the Wind sexist? Are we supposed to love or hate Scarlett O’Hara? and WTF is with her and Rhett’s relationship?
I went to the movies with my friends this weekend. I got to the theater late, so I didn’t even get to vote on the movie. We saw Mamma Mia 2.
by Sara Zarr
“I wonder how you’re supposed to know the exact moment when there’s no more hope.”
Samara Taylor lives in a quiet little town with her loving, happily married, mother and father. It’s a perfect life! At least that’s what everyone thinks.
“It is a dangerous thing to unbelieve something only because it frightens you.”
What made the Queen of Hearts so heartless? What made an innocent girl into the cruel, head chopping lunatic from Lewis Carroll’s novel? Continue reading