Monthly Archives: March 2019

Review: The Art of Modern Quilling: Contemporary Paper Techniques & Projects for Captivating Quilled Designs by Erin Perkins Curet

The Art of Modern Quilling was an absolutely fantastic read. I’ve always been fascinated by paper quilling, but to be honest I’ve also felt intimidated by it. This guide made the whole task of learning a lot less intimidating and more comfortable. And it had the added bonus of inspiring me at the same time. Continue reading

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Confessions of a Bookaholic: My Goodreads TBR List is Out of Control

Hello, my name is Cat. And I’m here to talk today about my completely out of control TBR list on Goodreads. Continue reading

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Review: Queen’s Shadow by E.K. Johnston

Queen’s Shadow is the latest Star Wars novel by E.K. Johnston. This one specifically focuses on Padme and her adventures. It’s set right before she steps down as queen, and follows her first year as a Senator. Continue reading

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Review: The Hellblazer, Volume 1: The Poison Truth

Publisher: DC Comics Released: May 8th 2018 Received: Own Issues: The Hellblazer 1-6 Rating: Slowly but surely I’m getting caught up on all (well, most) of the DC Rebirth series. I’m currently working on Hellblazer, in case that wasn’t blatantly … Continue reading

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Review: West Coast Avengers Vol. 1: Best Coast

The West Coast Avengers is a newly formed team, using an older name from the world of Marvel. The team itself is…unexpected, but actually ends up being a lot of fun. The team consists of Kate Bishop (AKA Hawkeye, also the team leader), Clint Barton (AKA Hawkeye), Gwenpool, America Chavez, Quentin Quire (AKA Kid Omega), and Johnny Watts (AKA Fuse). Not exactly the team you’d expect, right? Their different abilities, personalities, and quirks make for a highly entertaining team-up. Continue reading

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Review: Grave Destiny (Alex Craft #6) by Kalayna Price

Grave Destiny is the sixth book in the Alex Craft series, and based on how events went in this book, it’s nowhere near the last either. Fans of Kalayna Price can rejoice at that news! If you’ve never heard of the Alex Craft series; it follows a Grave Witch on her increasingly more dangerous adventures amongst the fae. Continue reading

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Review: Pilu of the Woods by Mai K. Nguyen

Publisher: Oni Press Author: Mai K. Nguyen Released: April 17th 2019 Received: NetGalley Rating: I received a copy of Pilu of the Woods through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. If I was giving out awards, there … Continue reading

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Review & Blog Tour: In the Neighborhood of True by Susan Kaplan Carlton

       In the Neighborhood of True is the story of a young woman trying to find herself while also figuring out the values that mean the most to her in life. It’s an absolutely beautiful tale, and for a multitude of reasons. Continue reading

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Review: Sightwitch by Susan Dennard, Rhys Davies

Sightwitch was an amazing read, and it was everything I could have hoped for from a novella like this. It told me everything I wanted to know about Ryber, and even included another character I hadn’t dared hope to see. Continue reading

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Review: Colorways: Acrylic Animals: Tips, techniques, and step-by-step lessons for learning to pain whimsical artwork in vibrant acrylic by Megan Wells

Colorways: Acrylic Animals is a really cute and inspiring guide. I loved the art style included, and personally found both the style and the guide to be soothing. I felt like the way Megan Wells explained everything made a lot of sense, and made the idea of getting started a lot less intimidating than it can sometimes be. Continue reading

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