Good evening friends. Now, in my 5 and a half years of blogging, I’ve seen a lot of changes within the community and the way people interact with blogs. I’ve also seen the shift turn to other platforms, and with all the discord about the treatment of book bloggers in the industry, which is a… Read More Discussion – Is This a Blogging Burn Out?
With the state of the worlds as it is, we need to escape now and then. The Nintendo Switch is probably the gaming console that benefitted most from the various lockdowns, as people were and still are looking for a means to escape from this world. The beauty of this console is that you have… Read More Discussion: 5 Must-Have Nintendo Switch Games.
So, you’ve just finished a book. Did it excite you? or was it disappointing? Did it lead to the dreaded reading slump? Sometimes, it’s hard to motivate yourself to read a book. Reading, for all its benefits, also requires a degree of concentration that, on some days, you can’t find. So, how do you go… Read More Discussion: How to Motivate Yourself to Read
There is nothing straightforward about a readers relationship with a book series. When a book is so immersive, you’re bound to want more. However, when that second book does arrive, and you find it gathering dust on your bookshelf, you’re left wondering why? Reading a book series is a time commitment. Sometimes it’s easier to… Read More The Unfinished Book Series
Nothing beats a traditional board game, yet board games are so creative these days that there’s nothing traditional about them. The range of games available is insanity, and if you’re looking for a way to cut down on screen time and make more time for family, nothing beats a good board game. Whether you’re playing… Read More Discussion: Board Games The Whole Family Can Enjoy
Where has the year gone? All concept of time just seems to have flown out the window. Nevertheless, readers are still lucky to have a brilliant selection of books to look forward to and these are six hotly anticipated titles that could take the book community by storm. Star Daughter by Shveta Thakrar (11th) Easily… Read More Ones to Watch: August Book Releases 2020
Disney’s animated classics have been childhood staples for generations. The films often introduce kids to the realities of life under the guise of adorable animated sidekicks, catchy songs, and vibrant worlds. They’re timeless classics that can be enjoyed by the whole family. So, how do you further capitalise on the success of these classics? Give… Read More Discussion: The Pros and Cons of Disney’s Live-Action Remakes
Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows duology introduced readers to a world of elaborate schemes, non-stop action, quiet moments of intimacy, and a slew of morally ambiguous heroes. The formation of this crew, masterminded by the shrewd Kaz Brekker, brought together six outsiders that together, make one of the most formidable crews to hit the streets… Read More Ranking: Every Member of the Six of Crows
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has come a long way since its 2008 Iron Man debut. What followed is a breathtaking journey, culminating in the biggest cinematic event in history. The MCU has developed such a vast cast of superheroes that it’s easy to forget about its beginning. The original Avengers film united six of the… Read More Ranking: The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Six Original Avengers
*Post contains affiliate links* As a genre, fantasy is not the easiest to adapt to a compelling blockbuster, but when done right, fantasy films can take you on epic adventures in worlds of magic and wonder. Fantasy in literature is as popular as ever, with readers privy to complex magical systems, a world of manipulation,… Read More Sci-fi & Fantasy Novels That Should Be Adapted to Movies/TV Shows