Hey all, Dani here.
So…I disappeared again…sorry. I was so proud of my 36 day blogging streak too. I don’t know, my bank of fully written and scheduled posts got smaller and smaller and then the day I was supposed to write the next few posts came and I just wasn’t in the mood to write. So I didn’t. And then I felt guilty for not posting. And the not posting kept happening.
I actually haven’t even done a whole lot of reading the past few weeks either. But I just got approved for some cool books via NetGalley and I’m feeling that urge to read again, which naturally means I want to talk about what I read too.
I had big plans to draft up a few of these posts and get them started while I also jumped into working at a comic convention again…yes, Damian and I are at Cincinnati Comic Expo this weekend with our friends at Colorworld Books. Masks are required, but I can admit to still feeling very anxious about this big social event while still in the middle of an ongoing pandemic.
But…silly me, I left my blogging calendar book at home, and it has a list of every one of the books I’ve read in August. My Goodreads has most of them, but I’m also thinking that it might be missing a couple. If so…oh well, I guess…I’m still at over 20 books read for the month of August. Don’t get too excited though…a good number of those are children’s books or manga/comic book/graphic novels, so very quick and easy to read.
Oh, and I should also mention that all of the children’s books, and a few of the manga were read during Dewey’s Reverse Summer Readathon that happened in August as well.
I’ll briefly mention everything I read, as well as my ratings…and if I have reviews up for anything, I”ll include the links for them as well. If I haven’t reviewed them then I’m hoping to write up reviews sometime in the near future.
Okay, let’s do this, because I need to get to bed. It’s going to be a long day at the con for me tomorrow (well–today for you, because I’m drafting this the night before it goes live).
Stranger Things and Dungeons & Dragons by Jody Houser, Jim Zub, Diego Galindo, and Msassyk — 5 stars
It’s In His Kiss by Julia Quinn — 4 stars
Black Clover, Vol 24 by Yuki Tabata — 5 stars
Black Clover, Vol 25 by Yuki Tabata — 5 stars
Black Clover, Vol 26 by Yuki Tabata — 5 stars
My Hero Academia, Vol 26 by Kohei Horikoshi — 5 stars
My Hero Academia, Vol 27 by Kohei Horikoshi — 5 stars
My Hero Academia, Vol 28 by Kohei Horikoshi — 5 stars
Sonic the Hedgehog 30th Anniversary Special by Ian Flynn, Gale Galligan, Justin McElroy, Travis McElroy, Griffin McElroy, Aaron Hammerstrom, Reggie Graham, Mauro Fosenca, and Thomas Rothlisberger — 5 stars
Luca: A Sea Monster Story by Random House Disney — 4 stars
The Haunted Mansion by Golden Books — 4 stars
The Nightmare Before Christmas by Golden Books and Jeannette Arroyo — 4 stars
Raya and the Last Dragon: The Fight for Kumandra by Disney Random House — 4 stars
Jungle Cruise by Golden Books and Brooke Vitale — 4 stars
My Hero Academia: Team-Up Missions, Vol 1 by Yoko Akiyama — 5 stars
My Hero Academia: Vigilantes, Vol 8 by Hideyuki Furuhashi and Betten Court — 5 stars
Onward: A Day With Dad by Disney Random House — 4 stars
Pokemon: A Friend Like Pikachu! by Random House/Golden Books — 4 stars
On the Way to the Wedding by Julia Quinn — 3.5 stars
Paladin’s Grace by T. Kingfisher — 4 stars
The Prison Healer by Lynette Noni — 4 stars
Critical Role: Vox Machina Origins Series III Issue #3 by Jody Houser, Matthew Mercer, Marina Romero Arias, Olivia Samson, Diana Sousa, and Ariana Maher — 5 stars
Wow, okay, I guess that’s it…I’m pretty sure that I slacked in updating my Goodreads, because that last comic was logged on August 18th. I guess if there’s anything I missed then it will be at the top of my September reading wrap-up.
Well, that’s all from me this time, but I’ll try and be back soon with more geeky content.