Quote of the Week!

“I don’t think it’s overstating it to say that my religion of choice became VHS rentals, and that its messages came in Technicolor and musical montages and fades and jump cuts and silver-screen legends and B-movie nobodies and villains to root for and good guys to hate. But Ruth was wrong, too. There was more…

Rainbow Bookshelf Tour – Black Books (30/30)

OHMIGOODNESS! THIS IS THE LAST ONE! There’s no more Rainbow Bookshelf Tour after this post. After months of sharing my books and exposing my terrible habit of buying books and just staring at them instead of reading them, we’re at the end. (And let me tell you, I have a MASSIVE haul coming up, 6…

Rainbow Bookshelf Tour – Orange & Brown Books (20/30)

Welcome to the tenth shelf of the Rainbow Bookshelf Tour! This is the twentieth segment of the Tour. If you want to view the other colours in the rainbow, click here! My name is Tash and you’ll be witnessing all of the books I love and adore. I’m going to attach descriptions from Goodreads, as well as a…

Rainbow Bookshelf Tour – Purple Books (16/30)

Welcome to the eighth shelf of the Rainbow Bookshelf Tour! This is the sixteenth segment of the Tour. If you want to view the other colours in the rainbow, click here! My name is Tash and you’ll be witnessing all of the books I love and adore. I’m going to attach descriptions from Goodreads, as well as a…

TWENTY-THOUSAND LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA – Jules Verne (10 Point Review)

A standalone novel. Genre: Classic Fiction – Children’s AdventureTarget Audience: 8+ Goodreads Rating: 3/5 It’s a really interesting concept and still relevant despite being first released in 1869. Found the characters to be unrelatable and very 2D. The technology is pretty advance given its time of release. Not much happened that’s memorable. I remember reading trying to figure how…