Valentine’s Day is coming up, and we all know what that means!
…watching Orange is the New Black and eating chocolates? Is that what you think of my social life? Well… WHO CARES IF YOU’RE RIGHT?! *shoves candies in face*
Nah, but let’s be real. Most of us introverted bookwyrms don’t have extravagant plans for Valentine’s, even if we do have a beaux. But who’s going to stop us from obsessively stalking celebrities? HAHAHA NOBODY.
Wow. This was a surprisingly well concluded finale to the trilogy, but I shouldn’t have guessed any less from the fabulous Laini Taylor. It tied up all the loose ends, concluded the plot satisfactorily, and ALL MY SHIPS CAME TO SHORE. YES.
The heart-stopping, sad moments were aplenty, but then again, there was Zuzana, and she lightens up almost any chapter. Seriously, her and Mik are #relationshipgoals.
Can you believe that I haven’t done a monthly wrap-up since October? Yeah… I’m a lazy potato.
I’ve kicked off the new year with a month full of not posting f***ing anything. I really just didn’t sit down and write AT ALL. I think my brain was somehow time-lagged from last year, and it only just kicked in this week… seriously though, I have no idea what happened.
However, I have been drafting 3+ posts every day to make up for that, so let’s get through this sad little January wrap-up and roll into an active February. Hooray for feeling like you can do something!
Historical fiction is one of my favorite genres, although I don’t read it as often as some others. But today (hehe it’s Tuesday) I’m going to rattle off the top historical fiction/time travel books that I’ve been wanting to read.
I think this genre is one that’s going to *hopefully* be more explored in young adult fiction, because there’s just SO much room for exploration. The different time periods and cultures could inspire millions of amazing novels, and I just get so excited thinking about it. Hopefully, guys… hopefully.