Top ten covers with autumn colors

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by ThatArtsyReaderGirl!

Last week I did a top 5 wednesday topic about book with autumn vibes, and I mentioned that covers would be separate. Well, this is why. I had another post coming up. 😛 So this topic will be specifically covers that give off autumn vibes. Do let me know what you think!

Locke & Key vol 1 by Joe Hill – While this series isn’t my favorite, I can’t deny that’s it’s spoopy looking.

The Monster of Elendhaven by Jennifer Giesbrecht – Another book that wasn’t my fave, but it did have a really good tone. It definitely screamed ‘it’s blustery and chilly fall time’.

Midori Days vol 4 by Kazurou Inoue – It’s kinda obvious why I picked this one. I don’t talk about this series much though – I used to own part of it and ended up getting rid of it after I finished reading the thing. Part of me wants the full set again though, as it was a good series. Maybe if I see it used? I really need to stop getting rid of manga: it’s the one thing I routinely regret. Books? No. Manga? …. usually. No more purging manga for me.

 

Rurouni Kenshin vol 5 by Nobuhiro Watsuki – I don’t believe the season is particularly specified in this series, but I can’t remember, it’s been years. This cover caught my attention though, particularly because of the clothes being worn by Kaoru, the main female character. It just looks so warm and soft.

Land of the Lustrous vol 5 by Haruko Ichikawa – I think this cover is a bit obvious as well. All the covers in this series are so bright and colorful. I dig them!

Through the Woods by Emily Carroll – This one is obviously spoopy.

Daughter of the Forest by Juliet Marillier – This book I believe actually take place over multiple seasons, but the cover says ‘fall’ to me. Like late fall, bordering on winter.

The Blood Mirror by Brent Weeks – I mean it’s all orange and red. What more can you ask for.

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee – This cover in particular, obviously. It’s been over a decade since I’ve read this – what season does it take place in?

Windwitch by Susan Dennard – The storm combined with the color scheme of this cover makes it fally to me. I dig it.

And that’s it! Ten covers that are autumny fally. Lemme know what you think!

Top 5 books with autumn vibes

Top 5 Wednesday topics can be found here!

Happy autumn! Today’s post is about books with fall-y vibes. I’m going with books that feel like autumn, as opposed to having fall-y covers, etc. That’s another post, pbtbt. And by ‘feel’ I mean… well, I mean feel! I don’t know how to explain it to you man. Work with me.

The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern – I don’t remember off the top of my head what season it is when the book takes place, but to me, the combination of the entire tone of this book would just go so well with bustling leaves and chilly nights, don’t you think?

A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness – Again, same as above, I don’t remember the actual season in the plot, if it’s mentioned at all, but the spookiness of October just seems right for this book, particularly taking into consideration the monster that shows up, y’know. :p

An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson – This one I do remember better. While it’s not fall throughout the book, they definitely enter a fall zone, and that’s the part of the setting that sticks out to me the most clearly, so it makes the list.

If We Were Villains by M. L. Rio – I feel like the cover alone could qualify this, but as I’ve already stated I’m not basing this off of covers. This one I chose because aside from the creepy tone throughout the thing, it’s also set in college, and in my mind college = back to school = hoodies and jeans. Fall.

The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss – Last one. I chose this one for the same reason as I chose the one above: the school setting. School and fall are basically inseparable in my mind. Why? Well, I mean, twenty-one years of going back to school in the fall will do that to you.

And that’s it! Lemme know what you think of the above! Happy reading!

Fall Bucketlist 2020

Bonus Friday post! I couldn’t find where else to squeeze it in, so HI AGAIN I’M GLAD YOU’RE HERE.

It’s fall! Hooray! Fall and winter is the best time of the year. Technically, my ‘favorite time of the year’ goes from August 1st, which is my wedding anniversary, to January 1st, for obvious reasons. So now that we’re pretty far into the best time of the year and the weather is actually starting to feel like fall, I’m making a bucketlist again!

Last year, I did a Fall and Winter bucketlist, but then I never followed up on it. So this year, I’m dividing it – my fall bucket list will go from today through Black Friday. That day I’ll go over what I did and post my winter bucket list (which if we’re being honest is just a Christmas/holiday list, so shh). I’ll follow up on that sometime in January.

So here’s my fall list. Some of these are already done, as it’s the end of September, but work with me here.

Also, most of my bucket list is food. Pbtbtbt.

Fall Bucket List

  • Pumpkin spice latte
  • Pumpkin cream cold brew – Complete
  • Pumpkin beer – Complete
  • Octoberfest beer – Complete
  • Participate in fall beer exchange – Complete
  • Pumpkin cookies – Complete
  • Break out the fall scented candles
  • Apple cider
  • Buy spoopy decorations for Halloween – Complete
  • Decorate the house all spoopy
  • Buy turkey decorations for Thanksgiving
  • Decorate the house all turkey-y
  • Break out Christmas decorations and do inventory to see if anything new/replacements are needed
  • Organize a list of blog posts to write from now til Black Friday – Complete
  • Organize a list of blog posts for Blogmas 2020 – Complete
  • Pre-write November posts, because Nanowrimo
  • Pre-write at least five Blogmas posts
  • Participate in Nanoplanmo
  • Participate in Nanowrimo
  • Go to an applefest (if possible, the plaaaaague, aaaaah)
  • Get pumpkins
  • Carve pumpkins
  • Hand out candy on trick or treat (if possible, the plaaaaague, aaaaah)
  • Get fall flowers
  • Gobblerito
  • Pilgrim sandwich
  • Turkey and Stuffing
  • Slow cooker hot chocolate
  • Fall nail art
  • Buddy read Vita Nostra with Katy @Bookbinderway
  • Watch The Lord of the Rings
  • Watch Harry Potter
  • Watch a scary movie
  • Hang all the framed art that’s been sitting on the ground, leaning against the wall since I moved in three years ago
  • Buy a new car
  • Read three of my remaining 10 in 2020 books

So you can see a lot of them are food, a lot of them are fall-specific, and a lot of them are blog related. There are a few though that are just ‘you gotta do this soon’, most the car one. My car is about dead, I need to buy a new one soon.

If you have a fall bucket list, or something even remotely similar, lemme know what you plan to do this season!

 

Are you ready for sweater weather? Tag!

Blogmas 2019

Hi! I got tagged in a tag so I’m gonna do the tag! I was tagged by the Orangutan Librarian (thanks pal!)

Hot Chocolate – What is your comfort book?

Ella Enchanted (Ella Enchanted #1)

Ella Enchanted by Gail Carson Levine – I read this countless times as a young teen, and it always was such a nice experience. I haven’t picked it up in a while, but just thinking about it makes me all warm and fuzzy.

Pumpkin Carving – What is your favorite creative outlet?

Honestly? Probably this blog. My job is very logical and doesn’t leave a lot of room for personal style, and when I get home I usually just read or whatever. I used to paint my nails a lot – I did nail art and all sorts of stuff, but I kinda fell out of that. Maybe I’ll do a nail art for blogmas, we’ll see if I get inspired. I also used to draw a lot – I worked in charcoal, mostly – but I haven’t done so in a long time. This is my favorite thing I ever made:

Used one of my favorite characters for my drawing midterm a couple years ago - charcoal 18x24in.

Falling Leaves – Changes that appear bad but you secretly love?

This one’s easy: The weather, and it’s no secret. I love the cold, I love the ice, I love the snow. I don’t even mind snowy roads when driving to work because luckily, I can work from home if that happens. So it’s like childhood snow days all over again for me.

Pumpkin Spiced Latte – Something you love that other people judge

Sticking with the season, I’ll say the season! And I say this because while I love everything October-December: the temperature, the snow, the holidays, the seasonal drinks, the seasonal beers, all of it, my husband is the exact opposite. He likes the warm weather and the sun, so during the summer I suffer and he’s in his element, but during the winter I thrive and he suffers. And he totally judges me for it.

“HOW CAN YOU LOVE IT WHEN YOU CAN’T STOP SHIVERING?!” he says. I just do, man. I just do.

Bonfire Night – What makes you explode with joy?

Books! Cats! Coffee! Beer! Dogs! Vacations! Sleeping in! Cheese! Chocolate!

Fright Night – Favorite scary book or movie

The Library at Mount Char

The Library at Mount Char by Scott Hawkins – This is the only book on my favorites list that’s a horror, so it fits the bill. This is the weirdest book I’ve ever read and I recommend it.

Halloween candy – Favourite thing to eat

Gyros. Picture courtesy of… me! That’s my arm!

Scarves – Your autumn ‘must have’ accessory

Matching socks. You have no idea how hard it is to achieve some days, man.

Fire – A book or film that burns your soul

Castaway on the Moon. Really, you should watch this movie. I think about it all the time.

Toffee apples – a book or film that seems to one thing but really has a different inside

Vanilla Sky. Honestly before I watched it, I thought it was a romance or a rom-com or something. Nope. Watch it. Really. Don’t let its appearance deceive you.


And that is it! If you’d like to do this tag, consider yourself tagged! Otherwise, I tag BookbinderWay and AllThingsMommaBlog!

Seasonal Favorites aka the best time of the year | #1

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Hello! Today is part one of a three part series I’m going to do. Basically ‘monthly favorites’ but focusing on fall, because, as the title says, it’s the best time of the year. Fight me on it.

So there will be one now, one in November, and one in December. Each will talk about the things I’m currently hooked on, fall-related and otherwise. So if this is the type of thing you think will float your boat, read on, homeslice.

Food

Starbucks’s Pumpkin Cream Cold Brews – I’ve been getting at least one of these a week, sometimes two or three. I’ve basically been getting nothing else from them for the last month or two. They’re so damn good.

Peanut butter banana bread – Made by moi. I had bananas that I forgot to eat and went ‘welp, bread it is’. I found a recipe online, which is here, and it turned out to be the bees knees. I’m definitely going to make this again.

Apricot wheat beer – from the brewery that opened up across the street from me. I won’t say which one because… that’d be doxxing myself, now wouldn’t it. But man, I never knew apricot could flow so seemlessly with beer.

Leinenkugel’s Vanilla Snowdrift Porter – Technically a winter beer, I look forward to this release every year. Man, it’s so gooood.

Wedding Cookie Table Cookies – So I learned a thing recently. Apparently, giant tables full of cookies at weddings isn’t a thing in most places. Where I live, it’s standard. You get married, you have food, you have a cake, and you have a giant eff-off table full of cookies. Like, your entire family makes you cookies for this table when you get hitched. Tiers and tiers of the stuff, enough that you bring take out boxes for all the guests, because they’ll eat 20 each and take 20 home on top of it. The cookie table is the star of the Pittsburgh wedding. The picture above is from the wedding of a friend I went to this past weekend. Hell, I got married two years ago with maybe 40 people, technically wasn’t even a wedding so much as a JP showing up and declaring us married, and we still had a sizeable cookie table.

For example, a quick google:

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Personally I think they should be like… a global thing. Cookie tables, people. Make it happen.

 

Games

Sid Meier’s Civilization VI: Gathering Storm – I’ve been hooked on the Civilization series for almost a decade now, and this one – Gathering Storm – is the latest expansion released for Civ VI. To the already super-involved gameplay, it adds natural disasters, global warming, and everything like that. So now, on top of you dealing with all the other civilizations in your world, and competing in scientific discovery, warfare, culture and religion, now you have to deal with polar ice caps melting and tornadoes ripping through your capital. It’s. So. Awesome.

Television

My Hero Academia – Above is the season 1 trailer, but season 4 just started streaming on Crunchyroll two weeks ago and MAN WAS I READY FOR IT. My Hero Academia I think is one of the best anime to come out in a while, and if you haven’t picked it up yet, I really suggest doing so. It’s. Amazing. It follows a young man named Midoriya, living in a super-powered world, where most people have abilities called quirks. Because of this, ‘heroes’ have become a thing in society. Midoriya wants to be a hero more than anything, but unfortunately he’s quirkless. This anime tells the story of how he becomes the greatest hero.

Demon Slayer – this one is a recent find for me. I’m only four or five episodes in so far but I am definitely hooked. It follows a young man named Tanjiro, who lives in a world of humans and demons alike, as he strives to save his sister after his family is slain and his sister turned into a demon. I really, really like this one – the visuals are gorgeous, the music is eerie, and weirdly there’s a bit of humor – it’s just perfect.

Music

Recently I’ve fallen into a uh.. rocky-poppy-indy-ish mood. Usually I’m all heavy metal. Who knows what’s goin on. This is what I’m currently hooked on. Definitely recommend giving them a listen:

  • Tokyo (Vampires and Wolves) by the Wombats
  • Hunter by Ken Ashcorp
  • Can’t Go to Hell by Sin Shake Sin

There are…. a lot more songs I’ve discovered this month, but those stand out as my faves. Give ’em a listen and lemme know what you think!


And that’s it! For the next two posts, if I come up with more categories, I’ll add’em in, but I figured this was a solid start. If you’d tried or like any of the above, lemme know! If my post inspires you to try them, lemme know that too!

2019 Anticipated Releases: July – December

Anticipated Releases

Hello! Today’s post will be a continuation about all the books I’m looking forward to that are coming out this year! I made a post back in January about books for the first half of the year, so if you’re interested, go check that out!

As before, I’ll be posting the book, the tentative release date, and the synopsis. Obviously since I haven’t read the book, I can’t really tell you more than that. If any of these strike your fancy though, let me know!


The Dragon Republic by R. F. Kuang

The Dragon Republic (The Poppy War, #2)

Release date: Aug 6th

Goodreads synopsis (Spoilers for The Poppy War): In the aftermath of the Third Poppy War, shaman and warrior Rin is on the run: haunted by the atrocity she committed to end the war, addicted to opium, and hiding from the murderous commands of her vengeful god, the fiery Phoenix. Her only reason for living is to get revenge on the traitorous Empress who sold out Nikan to their enemies.

With no other options, Rin joins forces with the powerful Dragon Warlord, who has a plan to conquer Nikan, unseat the Empress, and create a new Republic. Rin throws herself into his war. After all, making war is all she knows how to do.

But the Empress is a more powerful foe than she appears, and the Dragon Warlord’s motivations are not as democratic as they seem. The more Rin learns, the more she fears her love for Nikan will drive her away from every ally and lead her to rely more and more on the Phoenix’s deadly power. Because there is nothing she won’t sacrifice for her country and her vengeance.

Fence vol 3 by C. S. Pacat

Fence, Vol. 3 (Fence #9-12)

Release date: Aug 20th

Goodreads synopsis: Scrappy fencer Nicholas Cox comes to the end of his path to prove himself worthy of a father he never knew in the face of surly upperclassmen, nearly impossible odds, and the talent of his rival, sullen fencing prodigy, Seiji Katayama.

Sparks fly white-hot on the pitch as Nicholas and Seiji finally face off once again in the halls of King’s Row. It’s a match that will change King’s Row (and both of them!) forever, and set the stage as the team journeys to face their bitter rivals and prove themselves once and for all. 

Gideon the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir

Gideon the Ninth (The Ninth House, #1)

Release date: Sept 10th

Goodreads synopsis: The Emperor needs necromancers.

The Ninth Necromancer needs a swordswoman.

Gideon has a sword, some dirty magazines, and no more time for undead bullshit.

Tamsyn Muir’s Gideon the Ninth unveils a solar system of swordplay, cut-throat politics, and lesbian necromancers. Her characters leap off the page, as skillfully animated as necromantic skeletons. The result is a heart-pounding epic science fantasy.

Brought up by unfriendly, ossifying nuns, ancient retainers, and countless skeletons, Gideon is ready to abandon a life of servitude and an afterlife as a reanimated corpse. She packs up her sword, her shoes, and her dirty magazines, and prepares to launch her daring escape. But her childhood nemesis won’t set her free without a service.

Harrowhark Nonagesimus, Reverend Daughter of the Ninth House and bone witch extraordinaire, has been summoned into action. The Emperor has invited the heirs to each of his loyal Houses to a deadly trial of wits and skill. If Harrowhark succeeds she will be become an immortal, all-powerful servant of the Resurrection, but no necromancer can ascend without their cavalier. Without Gideon’s sword, Harrow will fail, and the Ninth House will die.

Of course, some things are better left dead.

A Treason of Thorns by Laura E. Weymouth

A Treason of Thorns

Release date: Sept 10th

Goodreads synopsis: Violet Sterling has spent the last seven years in exile, longing to return to Burleigh House. One of the six great houses of England, Burleigh’s magic always kept the countryside well. And as a child, this magic kept Violet happy, draping her in flowers while she slept, fashioning secret hiding places for her, and lighting fires on the coldest nights to keep her warm.

Everything shattered, though, when her father committed high treason trying to free Burleigh from the king’s oppressive control. He was killed, and Vi was forced into hiding.

When she’s given a chance to go back, she discovers Burleigh has run wild with grief. Vines and briars are crumbling the walls. Magic that once enriched the surrounding countryside has turned dark and deadly, twisting lush blooms into thorns, poisoning livestock and destroying crops. Burleigh’s very soul is crying out in pain.

Vi would do anything to help, and soon she finds herself walking the same deadly path as her father all those years before. Vi must decide how far she’s willing to go to save her house—before her house destroys everything she’s ever known.

The Library of the Unwritten by A. J. Hackwith

The Library of the Unwritten (A Novel from Hell's Library, #1)

Release date: Oct 1st

Goodreads synopsis: Many years ago, Claire was named Head Librarian of the Unwritten Wing– a neutral space in Hell where all the stories unfinished by their authors reside. Her job consists mainly of repairing and organizing books, but also of keeping an eye on restless stories that risk materializing as characters and escaping the library. When a Hero escapes from his book and goes in search of his author, Claire must track and capture him with the help of former muse and current assistant Brevity and nervous demon courier Leto.

But what should have been a simple retrieval goes horrifyingly wrong when the terrifyingly angelic Ramiel attacks them, convinced that they hold the Devil’s Bible. The text of the Devil’s Bible is a powerful weapon in the power struggle between Heaven and Hell, so it falls to the librarians to find a book with the power to reshape the boundaries between Heaven, Hell….and Earth.

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (illustrated edition!) by J. K. Rowling and illustrated by Jim Kay

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: Illustrated Edition

Release date: Oct 8th

Goodreads synopsis: An extraordinary creative achievement by two extraordinary talents, Jim Kay’s inspired reimagining of J.K. Rowling’s classic series has captured a devoted following worldwide. This stunning new fully illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire brings more breathtaking scenes and unforgettable characters to life – including Cedric Diggory, Fleur Delacour and Mad-Eye Moody. With paint, pencil and pixels, Kay conjures the wizarding world as we have never seen it before. Fizzing with magic and brimming with humour, this full-colour edition will captivate fans and new readers alike as Harry, now in his fourth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, finds himself competing in the legendary Triwizard Tournament and facing death-defying tasks, dragons and Dark wizards …

The Burning White by Brent Weeks

The Burning White (Lightbringer #5)

Release date: Oct 22nd

Goodreads synopsis (Spoilers for The Blood Mirror): Stripped of both magical and political power, the people he once ruled told he’s dead, and now imprisoned in his own magical dungeon, former Emperor Gavin Guile has no prospect of escape. But the world faces a calamity greater than the Seven Satrapies has ever seen… and only he can save it.

As the armies of the White King defeat the Chromeria and old gods are born anew, the fate of worlds will come down to one question: Who is the Lightbringer?

The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern

The Starless Sea

Release date: Nov 5th

Goodreads synopsis: Zachary Ezra Rawlins is a graduate student in Vermont when he discovers a mysterious book hidden in the stacks. As he turns the pages, entranced by tales of lovelorn prisoners, key collectors, and nameless acolytes, he reads something strange: a story from his own childhood. Bewildered by this inexplicable book and desperate to make sense of how his own life came to be recorded, Zachary uncovers a series of clues — a bee, a key, and a sword — that lead him to a masquerade party in New York, to a secret club, and through a doorway to an ancient library, hidden far below the surface of the earth.

What Zachary finds in this curious place is more than just a buried home for books and their guardians — it is a place of lost cities and seas, lovers who pass notes under doors and across time, and of stories whispered by the dead. Zachary learns of those who have sacrificed much to protect this realm, relinquishing their sight and their tongues to preserve this archive, and also those who are intent on its destruction.

Together with Mirabel, a fierce, pink-haired protector of the place, and Dorian, a handsome, barefoot man with shifting alliances, Zachary travels the twisting tunnels, darkened stairwells, crowded ballrooms, and sweetly-soaked shores of this magical world, discovering his purpose–in both the mysterious book and in his own life.


And that’s it! I’m so pumped for all of these, man. I’m hoping to get them all on or soon after their release days. If you wanna read any of these, do let me know! Happy reading!

Autumn Reading Tag

autumn-04Hello, a tag today! I wasn’t tagged but since it’s getting closer to winter and I’m still in denial about that, I’m staunchly rooting myself in fall. It’s gonna be fall forever because I said so. Let’s ignore that I scraped ice off my car this morning, shall we.

This tag was created by Amy Jane Smith. And the image above… I have no clue. If you know the artist, please let me know and I’ll credit them. It’s very pretty. :”D


1) Are there any books you plan on reading over the Autumn season?

Dragon Wing (The Death Gate Cycle, #1)I’m going to call ‘Autumn’ until the end of November. Aside from the books I’m already currently reading, I really would like to read Dragon Wing by Margaret Weis. I’m still in that 90s fantasy kick and this one is screaming at me. I might have a buddy read lined up, but I feel like my friend might get impatient waiting for me to start it and do so without me. We’ll see, haha. Either way, I’m going to read this one (I hope).

 

2) September brings back to school memories: what book did you most enjoy studying? And what were your favourite and least favourite school subjects?

The Giver (The Giver, #1)There were two books I read in school that I could call my ‘favorites’. I’d even go so far as to call them gateway books. The first is one that I’m sure will make everyone’s list, The Giver by Lois Lowry. I feel like everyone and their mother had to read this book, and rarely do I hear a negative opinion on the thing. This book introduced me to dystopians. The other is Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. This is the first classic that I read that I didn’tFrankenstein hate. It showed me that classics can be good. You may laugh or scoff, but this was a huge revelation for 17 year old me.

As for school subjects, it depends. Currently, my favorite subjects are biology and chemistry. I loooove these classes even though they kick my ass across the street. They’re hard, man. But ugh, I love them. During my first degree, my favorite class was behavioral neuroscience. Loved it. It’s actually what convinced me to come back to school to study computer science (long story, but it makes sense, I promise).

In high school, I loved my psychology, sociology and art classes the most, and in elementary school, I also loved art.

I don’t really hate any classes. I’ve always tended to dislike English though, which is funny since I love writing and reading, but I think I just hated being told what to read and write.

3) October means Halloween: do you enjoy scary books and films? If so what are some of your favourites?

I’m going to start off by saying I’m one of those wimpy horror fans. I don’t like gore and I don’t like watching scaries by myself. If I’m watching a movie, I need someone with me and it has to be an actual horror, not a slasher. I don’t find slashers scary, just disgusting. Books though, are pretty chill.

I meant to read some horror books this fall but I didn’t get to it. Last year though, I read Horrorstor, and it was pretty great – it’s set in an ikea knockoff store and it reads like you’re browsing through a furniture catalogue. As the story gets creepier, so does the ‘furniture’ being advertised. Definitely a good one if you’re looking to pick up something different.

And my favorite (probably a tad cheesey) horror movie is Mirrors. There’s a bit of gore in this one, but not too much. I couldn’t look at myself in the mirror while brushing my teeth for a week after this one.

….and I’m not going to link a trailer because every one I could find essentially showed every scary part. Goodness. Trailer design, people.

4) With November it’s time for bonfire night & firework displays. What’s the most exciting book you’ve read that really kept you gripped?

I feel like the person who wrote this question lives in a different part of the world than I do. November is time for being in denial about the potential snow, scraping ice off windshields, and being sad because all the trees are pretty much bald now.

But anyways.

The Ask and the Answer (Chaos Walking, #2)I’m going with The Ask and the Answer and Monsters of Men by Patrick Ness, books two and three in the Chaos Walking trilogy. These two books keep hitting you with twists rapid fire and I still think about them, despite having read them nearly two years ago now. I need to read them again. Eventually.

 

5) What book is your favorite cosy comfort read?

Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 01I’ve mentioned this series a million times now, but Rurouni Kenshin by Nobuhiro Watsuki. Set in Meiji Era Japan, it’s a historical fiction following a man slayer who has sworn to never kill again, living in the world he helped create with his carnage. It’s wonderful, it’s funny, it’s cute, it’s action-packed. It’s great. Read.

 

6) Curled up with a good book, what is your hot drink of choice?

Hot chocolate (with peppermint schnapps). :”D

7) Any plans you’re looking forward to over the next few months?

Thanksgiving! Christmas! New Year’s! Flying to Malaysia! The end of this damn semester! My work hours picking up! Christmas shopping! EVERYTHING MAN.


And that’s it! I tag Ace, The Orang-utan Librarian (I really need something to call you. A nick name? :”D), Nora, Zezee, Analee and Shivii. Do iiiit! If you’ve already done it, pbtbt. If you’d like to and I haven’t tagged you, go for it!

Happy reading! :”D