Every year I create a bookish New Year's Resolution. 2021 is no exception. It's the year of the graphic novel!
The seasons have been changing pretty fast here, so here's a short and sweet booklist of books I've chosen based on the four seasons.
Tiny humans are going back to school and I was inspired ot create this book tag! Maybe you've seen others like it.
Shadow of Night (All Souls Trilogy #2)
Author: Deborah Harkness
Diana and Matthew's time in Elizabethan London comes with obstacles both magical and not and they'll affect their future.
The Last Magician (The Last Magician #1)
Author: Lisa Maxwell
Esta must pull off a heist in order to save magic. Training all her life to be thief she is today, she'll have to steal a book, but Harte Darrigan puts a kink in it. It's hard enough that she'll have to betray people she's coming to know and care about, but now a feisty magician with his own plans and the enigmatic electricity between threatens to tear Esta's mission to shreds.
Daughter of Egypt
Author: Constance O’Banyon
Thalia was adopted into a royal family of Egypt. Now, eighteen, she's been kidnapped and told that she's a long lost princess of a country she doesn't even know.
I have the monthly book list! This time I went with one that could stir up debate: the best book turned movie. There are so many and here’s what I’ve come up with.
A memory of a different time, a different color, a different door…
Before there were movies and television shows there were the silent films and the talkies. It was the beginning of film. At the forefront of this revolution from theatre to black and white there was Mary Pickford and Frances Marion, friends and feminist duo. These two ladies were much more than that; they were innovators and artists in a time when the world was considered no place for a woman to work, a man’s world.