Can you believe I have never done a Pratchett blog post? It is insane. But this journey of mine with discovering Terry’s writings has surprisingly become highly personal. If you follow me on Instagram you will know I am a Pratchett-Pusher. I can recommend all different books of his that satisfy different themes and genres. […]Read more "How to Read Terry Pratchetts’ Discworld"
February is always a weird month for me. It’s short but not really THAT short. It feels like January has 80 days and February has about 6. It’s the month before uni starts, or for some the month they go back. I have been in and out of uni for 8 years now. I did […]Read more "Pre-academic musings and unsolicited advice from a life-timer student."
EKHO: Strange Practice had been in my shelves since I impulse bought it in October. I was finishing up a Gothic Literature unit with Uni and it seemed like the perfect accompaniment to what I was studying. Gothic lit, especially with horror elements has been a favourite genre of mine for a long time. Strange […]Read more "Strange Practice, a buddy review of epic proportions."
It’s fairly obvious to my followers by now that I don’t watch much TV. While the introduction of Netflix and Stan to Australia could mean I am finally watching the Star Wars animated series I missed out on as a kid, or enjoying the range of sci fi and fantasy TV available I seem to […]Read more "Vikings Mid Season Finale"
Werewolf fiction seems to be a totally underappreciated paranormal subgenre. Vampire fiction has captivated readers every since Stoker’s breakaway shocker of the era, Dracula. It’s not until more recent times that werewolves have received more attention in literary spaces even though their legends are possibly older, and wider spread. Anyway this by no means is […]Read more "Werewolf book recs, get holwing."
I am finally catching up on the latest season of Vikings. It’s one of the only TV shows I watch at the moment. I wasn’t sure how I would feel considering Ragnar is now dead and I have no idea if my-bb Rollo is in this season. How ever Floki’s journey to Iceland has been […]Read more "Norse inspired reads and Vikings books."
Short and simple my dudes. This post is all about how to read Star Wars. The way I see it, there is a few ways to tackle the hefty list of novels and short stories that us fans, are provided by a variety of authors who write for the franchise. Way number one is look […]Read more "How to read Star Wars."