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Weekly Wrap-Up (29)

Hey all, Dani here. Today was a super rough day at work. I was put in a rotation that I haven't done by myself, only during training, and that training was a couple of hours at least a month ago. So my body is sore, my mind is tired, and I am so glad to… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (29)

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Book Releases, Book Review, Books!, Comics, Graphic Novel, Manga, NetGalley, Readathon, Reading Challenge, Signal Boost, Weekend Writer, Writing

August Wrap-Up and September TBR

Hey all, Dani here. Another month of 2019 has come and gone. It was a pretty decent month overall, though I still feel like I was a little slumped in the reading area for the month, which is silly, I know. I still did read a good number of books, but I just feel like… Continue reading August Wrap-Up and September TBR

Books!, Calendar Girls, Signal Boost

Calendar Girls: September 2019

Hey all, Dani here. It has been a long weekend and I am definitely tired from running around the Ohio Renaissance Festival yesterday. I'm probably going to have an early night tonight. But it's okay, because I had a lot of fun, and Damian and I managed to get a few more ideas for our… Continue reading Calendar Girls: September 2019

Books!, Discussion, Signal Boost, Weekend Writer, Writing

Weekend Writer: Beginnings and Endings, or Chapter Three of Wonderbook by Jeff Vandermeer

Hey all, Dani here. I didn't realize what I was getting myself into by doing my Weekend Writer posts this way. For those first couple of chapters it was like 30-40 pages, so not that much material to cover. Well, hello chapter three, thank you for changing all of that for me. Yes, this chapter… Continue reading Weekend Writer: Beginnings and Endings, or Chapter Three of Wonderbook by Jeff Vandermeer

Comics, Conventions, Signal Boost

Music Review: BomBARDed by The Library Bards

Hey all, Dani here. Today's post is a little bit of a music review and a little bit of a signal boost. Why? Well, because I can't get these songs out of my head, and I love the Library Bards, and I want more people to listen to their music. I had vaguely heard of… Continue reading Music Review: BomBARDed by The Library Bards

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Review: The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow

Hey all, Dani here. It has been a long week, but I am sincerely glad it's over. We have a slight electrical issue that popped up at the house, so this post is coming up a little later than I had originally intended. We're hoping to find a solution tomorrow, but thankfully the problem is… Continue reading Review: The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow

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Weekly Wrap-Up (28)

Hey all, Dani here. Man, it bums me out when I have small weekly wrap-ups. I mean, I know I'm still doing decent reading overall, but after the past few months, I feel like this month has been kinda slow. Realistically I can look at my list of books for my wrap-up and it actually… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (28)

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Review: Fan the Fame by Anna Priemaza

Hey all, Dani here. I am a geek, and as such I absolutely love to read books where the main characters are fangirls and fanboys, or that geekdom is a big part of their lives. Needless to say, I was super excited to find out about this book, and I flew through it pretty quickly.… Continue reading Review: Fan the Fame by Anna Priemaza

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Manga Review: Bungo Stray Dogs, Vol. 1

Hey it's Damian here once again with a manga review for all of you. Lots of fun stuff going to be happening over the next few weeks which I hope means more stuff to post about on here. Well, without further ado here's the review. Summary Ejected from the orphanage that had been his home,… Continue reading Manga Review: Bungo Stray Dogs, Vol. 1