I have tried a lot of young authors and quite a bit of literature that has been written by people who have left this world, but all in all there are some books and authors I have been too intimidated to read and/or haven’t been ready for them. Continue reading “Top 5: Popular authors I have never read”
November shook the whole world with a new film in the Harry Potter universe. A new screenplay script was also released for the readers, which this time was for a movie. Continue reading “J.K. Rowling – Fantastic Beasts and where to find them: The original screenplay”
December has not been a month in which I purchased many books, because I was too occupied with the searching and making of gifts which left little to no time for book purchasing. Actually most of the books I bought were in the last days of the year with great hopes for the next one.
Continue reading “Book Haul: December”
Kennilworthy Whisp is a Quidditch expert and author of many Quidditch related books, including Quidditch Through the Ages. He is also a passionate fan of Wigtown Wanderers and owns a collection of vintage broomsticks. Continue reading “Kennilworthy Whisp – Quidditch Through the Ages”
Cathryn Constable was so impressed with a book she received for Christmas that it changed her whole life and started her fascination with Russia. Her debut novel The Wolf Princess came out in 2012, but a new book titled The White Tower will be coming out in January 2017 and although I don’t really know what it’s about, I have a guess that everything happens in Russia. Continue reading “Cathryn Constable – The Wolf Princess”
So the 2016 is pretty much gone for me, because now it’s just Christmas and New Years and I’m going to have some friends over for both of these, so not much time to read, which means that I can start to sum up the year. Continue reading “TOP 5: 2016 releases I wish I’d read”