Bookshelf Tour, pt. 7: Science Fiction and Fantasy: The Beginning

Now we come to it. My favorite genre: Science Fiction and Fantasy. There are four shelves of SFF books, with the bottom one being double-shelved thanks to the size and quantity of the mass-market paperbacks. The graphic novels are together, and everything is (mostly) arranged alphabetically by author. I'll go through just the top shelf … Continue reading Bookshelf Tour, pt. 7: Science Fiction and Fantasy: The Beginning

Book Review: The Court of Miracles

The Court of Miracles by Kester Grant YA Historical Fiction 464 pages Expected publication June 2, 2020, by Knopf Children's Victor Hugo's novel Les Misérables has inspired all sorts of adaptations since its publication in 1862, including the beloved musical of the same name. In Alain Boubil and Claude-Michel Schönberg's musical, the dynamic second half … Continue reading Book Review: The Court of Miracles

Bookshelf Tour pt. 3: Historical Fiction and Oversized Books

Part three! We've left the studio and have entered the living room! My gray shelves have been with me since college. There's nothing special about them-- I think we bought them at Walmart or someplace like that, but my Dad reinforced them and made them incredibly sturdy. I keep painting them whenever my overall home … Continue reading Bookshelf Tour pt. 3: Historical Fiction and Oversized Books