As I read the last page of the Tales from a Shadowhunter Academy, I had many mixed emotions inside of me. Not to spoil the ending, but it was a warm, uneasy, and melancholy feeling all at once. Typical Cassandra Clare book, right? I also finished the book at the typical time: about one-thirty in … Continue reading The worst and best night
“I’ve always set my expectations low and then been pleasantly surprised when a video did well. I’ve found that this is the best way to avoid being disappointed: Lowball yourself in life, and you’ll be fine.” ― Ryan Higa, How to Write Good Title: How to Write Good Author: Ryan Higa Genre: Non-fiction Pages: 224 Publication date: … Continue reading Book review – How to Write Good (Spoiler Free)
Before I write anything else, I want to thank JadeLM for being an incredible blogger and for nominating me for this award. (This award is one of my best birthday gifts yet.) Jade writes everything from book reviews to writing advice to short stories and more. Everything on her blog is great. You can check it … Continue reading Mystery Blogger Award!
“That's not the spirit of the law, Emma. Remember? The Law is hard, but it is the Law." "I thought it was 'the Law is annoying, but it is also flexible'.” ― Cassandra Clare, Lady Midnight Title: Lady Midnight Author: Cassandra Clare Genre: YA fantasy Pages: 698 Publication date: March 8th, 2016 Publisher: Simon & Schuster As Cassandra … Continue reading Book review – Lady Midnight (Spoiler Free)