Hunted by demons. Lost in time. Welcome to the First Crusade. Syria, 636: As heretic invaders circle Jerusalem, young Lukas Bessarion vows to defend his people. Instead, disaster strikes. His family is ripped apart. His allies are slaughtered. And Lukas is hurled across the centuries to a future where his worst nightmares have come true... Constantinople, … Continue reading Lose Yourself in this Colourful & Richly Told Story of A WIND FROM THE WILDERNESS BY SUZANNAH ROWNTREE
Books have changed me in more ways than one. Even though I didn't read as much as I do during my time of "trial," books somehow found their way to me and with their own subtle magic helped me fight my battles. Today, rather than listing books I'm thankful for, I wanted to share with … Continue reading BOOKS & GRATITUDE: CHANGES I’M GRATEFUL FOR AS A READER & A WRITER
Reading during the holidays can get quite hectic. Between planning for Christmas, buying & wrapping gifts, trying to summon the spirit of Christmas a.k.a Jack Skellington, finding the time to read can turn into a chore. Yet, as any bookworm knows, we tend to get grouchy when we're unable to settle down with a good book … Continue reading INDIE FANTASY ADDICTS & THE HOLIDAY READING CHALLENGE!
I unabashedly mark up my books. I love jotting down notes and marring the pages with colourful highlights. Nothing makes a book feel like my own than the hastily scribbled thoughts on the margins. I even love reading books that have already been annotated for the simple pleasure of knowing the unknown reader's thoughts. But … Continue reading THE STRUGGLE OF ANNOTATING MY BOOKS || Cam’s Bookish Tales
"My self is a thing I must now compose, as one composes a speech. What I must present is a made thing, not something born." Offred is a "Handmaid" in the Republic of Gilead. She has only one function: to breed. If she deviates, she will, like dissenters, be hanged at the wall or … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW || THE HANDMAID’S TALE BY MARGARET ATWOOD