“Never.” “Never come for me.” “Never look for me.” “If you do, I will take everything from you.”
Jennifer L. Armentrout, The Brightest Night
Title: The Brightest Night Series: Origin, #3 Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout Published: October 20, 2020 Publisher: Tor Teen Category: young adult Genre: fantasy, aliens, romance Pages: 512 My Rating: ★★★☆☆ (3.5) Goodreads page
Sooooooo recently I finally got around to watching Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse in theaters, and it was fan-fricking-tastic! The artistry, the animation, the subtle themes, and the SOUNDTRACK. Oh my goodness, it was a medley of awesomeness and hype all wrapped up in a nice package in the form of a two hour movie masterpiece.
I mean, LOOK AT THIS AMAZINGNESS!
If you can’t tell, I loved the movie.
Every since I watched it a couple days ago, I can’t seem to get it out of my head. I was having a hard time brainstorming some ideas of what to post on this blog, when I realized that I could just take what was occupying my mind and turn in into a post. There’s this whole thing that was going around the internet where artists would create their own Spider-sona (like persona, but as a spider-hero), and that inspired me to think of which book character each spider-hero reminded me of the most. I going to limit this list to just the spider-heroes because they were my favorite. Continue reading →
I don’t know about you, but I’m currently on a To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before high right now. After watching the movie, Peter and Lara Jean are all I can think about.
(I probably won’t stop fangirling about them for a while. Just a warning. Speaking of fangirling about Noah and Lana, I read this Buzzfeed article about them and I honestly can’t handle how cute they are together. Just when you don’t think they could get any cuter they hit you with something like this.)
Anyway, I wanted to suggest some books for those who are looking for some cute book relationships after watching/reading To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. Girl (or guy), I get it. I can’t handle the adorable-ness either.
Some of these book/series are mega popular and you’ve probably already read them, but I hope you find some gems in here that you haven’t tried out.
I have a confession to make: I’ve never watched Hocus Pocus. Okay, so hear me out. Although I grew up in America, I did not grow up in the American culture. So, I’ve never watched timeless movies like Princess Bride and Hocus Pocus. (Okay, I have watched Princess Bride, but only recently). I grew up without a TV, and my family never went to the movie theatres because there weren’t any nearby, which is why I had to turn to books for entertainment.
The movie How to Train Your Dragon was amazing. The story of unlikely friendship is so cute. Plus, Toothless is adorable. I mean, look at that face! Who wouldn’t fall in love with that?
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Today is the last day of December. Today is the last day of 2016. I don’t remember doing anything in December. It’s all a blur to me.
However, despite the fact it doesn’t seem like I did anything this month, I actually read a lot more books than I expected. On the other hand, the majority of them were graphic novels and novellas.
I didn’t know what to post on the last day of 2016. I was thinking about doing something sentimental or extravagant, but then I realized that I just want this year to end. So I decided to just do what I normally do at the end of a month. A wrap up.