Hey Posies! Are you ready to hear more about the most Romantical Tale of Ronaldo and Jenevieve? Because Angie is ready to keep telling it!
I want to post regularly and I haven’t done a great job at doing that yet, but since I am doing other literary things other than reading and writing book reviews I thought I might as well combine them here!
This past summer, my friends and I filmed our third webseries (second literary inspired webseries) called Any Other Rosie. It’s a modern adaption of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, but instead of following of infamous star-crossed lovers we follow Romeo’s first love and Juliet’s cousin, Rosaline.
In this adaption Rosaline, or Rosie as she’d like to be known, is a storytime vlogger who after a brief hiatus is back and ready to talk about the craziness in her life, which also happens to be some of the craziness in her family’s lives.
We’re a third of the way done the series now, but it’s never too late to watch!
And here’s the newest episode:
Do you bookworms watch a lot of literary inspired webseries? What are they?
Publication: March 7th 2017
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
Pages: 336 pages
Genre: Fiction, Young Adult, Fantasy
My Rating: ⛤⛤⛤⛤
A bittersweet end to a beautiful duology, once again Schwab packs action and emotion into a YA series that will be missed by many.
In Our Dark Duet we’re back following our favourite monster hunter Kate and favourite monster August and see just exactly how their lives have changed since Our Savage Song. Kate is still hunting monsters, but this time in Prosperity where she’s found an underground team of vigilantes who want to fight Prosperity’s monsters but don’t know Continue reading
So, remember back in July when I said I was back after three months only to disappear again for three months? Yeah, me too. I really don’t have any good excuse or anything about why I haven’t been posting except that I got lazy.
Things at work are slowing down now though, so I think I might be able to start posting on here more. I’m really going to try to post regularly, I mean, I like reading, I like writing, for those reasons alone I should be able to keep this blog alive, but maybe it’s because of those reasons that I can’t.
Anywho! I have queued some things up this week so at least their will be some activity this week. Again, sorry for the hiatus. I’m really trying to get back onto this blogging thing.
As promised, here are some mini-reviews of all the books I’ve read from May-July!
Yikes! I haven’t posted anything here in three months! I guess it’s time to change that!
Thank you all so much for being so patient with me during my hiatus. I never posted about it on here, but I did on my bookstagram so I’ll keep any followers here updated. Continue reading