I’ve been waiting 6 months to make that a title of a blog post. Happiness = me! Anyway, can you believe this is my third bi-monthly update? AKA, I’ve made it halfway through the 15,000 page challenge timeline! It’s a little crazy, I’m not quite sure where this year has gone. So, as April ended,… Continue reading Whoa, We’re Halfway There
So after I posted my Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince review, my friend Joe was a little bit upset. The sixth book is his favorite, he said, so how could it be my least favorite?! We always agreed about Harry Potter! And he wasn’t wrong – until now. We simply disagreed, and after he… Continue reading The Prince’s Tale: A Counterargument (with spoilers)
Books are a very sacred and divisive subject in the world. Some people believe that books must be kept in pristine condition at all times, while others believe it’s okay to take books apart and turn them into something new. Today, I’m going to talk about one particular kind of “defacing” of books that often… Continue reading Writing in Books: A Creative Outlet or Cardinal Sin?
I’m getting a lot of reading done lately because I’ve been working fairly long hours the last couple weeks – gotta love government! I hope you’ve been enjoying the reviews and posts. So, for those of you who (*gasp* I can’t) haven’t read the sixth Harry Potter book, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, I… Continue reading Reviewing the Half Blood Prince **spoilers**
So today we’re talking Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, which is 100% the most underrated book in the entire series. Why, you ask? Well, let me tell you. A lot of people write this book off because it’s a little… cerebral… compared to the others in the story. There doesn’t always seem… Continue reading The Order of the Phoenix: A Review
So imagine this: It’s the evening on the first of September. You and your friends are sitting in the Great Hall with the rest of your House, eating an incredible feat prepared by Hogwarts’ hundred house elves. As the feast begins to wane, Professor Dumbledore, as eccentric as ever, gets up; he’s looking excited, as… Continue reading Would You Put Your Name in the Goblet of Fire?