Bookish Tags and Memes

Liebster award

I saw the tag at Eva's blog and she has it open for anyone to answer so I am going to! 11 Random Facts about me would be too much I think so I am going with three. Matt Hatter Chronicles is one of my favourite animated series. If you haven't watched it, then it… Continue reading Liebster award

Bookish Tags and Memes

The Seven Question Book Tag

Rules: thank the person who tagged you. (thanks, Eva!)answer the questions given.create new questions.tag bloggers to answer your questions. Eva's Questions What's the first book you can remember reading? I don't remember a particular read. I have been a bookworm since I was very little so I can't pinpoint a particular book right now. First person… Continue reading The Seven Question Book Tag

Graphic Novels, Reviews

Review: Moon Cakes

About the Book Title: Mooncakes Author: Suzanne Walker Artist: Wendy Xu Publisher: Lion Forge Genre: Comics & Graphic Novels, Teen & YA Review Moon Cakes written by Suzanne Walker and published by Lion Forge is a graphic novel starring two teens. I read it in one sitting. This was an interesting read but it was… Continue reading Review: Moon Cakes

Books, Reviews

Review: Abracadabra Whoopsie by Adam Kargman and illustrated by Tristan Tait

'What if you could make your little sister disappear?' Abracadabra Whoopsie by Adam Kargman and illustrated by Tristan Tait is a children’s book and a great and interesting read.

Books, Comic Books, Reviews

Review: DC Comics Super-Villains: 100 Greatest Moments by Robert Greenberger

About the Book: Title: DC Comics Super-Villains: 100 Greatest Moments Highlights from the History of the World's Greatest Super-Villains Author: Robert Greenberger Publisher: Quarto Publishing Group - Chartwell Books Genre: Comics & Graphic Novels , Reference DC Comics has created some of the most twisted and complex villainous characters in the world of comics. The third… Continue reading Review: DC Comics Super-Villains: 100 Greatest Moments by Robert Greenberger

Manga, Reviews

Review of ‘The Count of Monte Cristo’ by Alexandre Dumas in Manga Format

The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas in manga format published by UDON Entertainment is such a fun and amazing read. I absolutely love the concept of classics to be adapted in manga format. This makes the whole reading experience so much fun.

Art Showcase

Sketches of 6 Pokémon by me

Pokemon sketches by me.

Books, Reviews

First Impression: Wilder Girls by Rory Power

Wilder Girls by Rory Power is too depressing for my taste.

Books, Reviews

Review of Draw Like an Artist: 100 Flowers and Plants

Draw Like an Artist: 100 Flowers and Plants by Melissa Washburn published by Quarto Publishing Group - Quarry is an amazing and helpful guide to draw 100 different flowers and plants.

Manga, Reviews

Review: Jane Eyre in Manga Format!

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte in manga format published by UDON Entertainment was a great read.