Articles Posted in the " Books " Category

  • A Conversation with Josiah Bancroft, Author of Senlin Ascends

    I was introduced to Senlin Ascends by a friend who claimed that it was one of the best self- or small press-published books he’d ever read. Once I picked it up, it didn’t take me long to realize that he was right. The style, the world-building, and the story as a whole was engrossing – […]



  • Revisiting The Deathly Hallows After 7 Years

    Seven years ago today, we said goodbye to Harry Potter. Well, not really. We still had three more films to look forward to and there was always fanfiction, fanart, and the recent news that there would be a Harry Potter theme park at Universal Studios in Florida. It seemed impossible to imagine a world without […]


  • J.K. Rowling Releases New “Harry Potter” Short Story!

    It seems The Boy Who Lived will surely live on. Connecting to the updates regarding the Qudditch World Cup, J.K. Rowling has released a short story featuring Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger, along with other fan favorite characters. So, let’s take a look at Harry Potter after seven years! The post has been […]


  • Game of Thrones: Book Comparison Roundtable

    With the conclusion of season 4 of Game of Thrones the deviation from the books has never been more pronounced. Episode reviewers Angel and Tara invited guest bloggers Laura from Utter Failures and James of Held for Ranson for a discussion breaking down each major deviation from the books to talk about why they did […]


  • As Seen on the Big Screen: The Fault in Our Stars

    I’m an avid reader, and I’m sure many people share the feeling I get when I hear the news that one of my favorite books is being adapted into a film: a potent cocktail of anticipation and dread.  Who will play my favorite character?  Which of my favorite moments will end up on the cutting […]





  • HRH Princess Mia is Back in Two New Books!

    Most of you have probably heard of Mia Thermopolis, even if it’s just from the (awesome) Disney movie starring Anne Hathaway and Julie Andrews. For those of you that don’t know: Princess Mia’s story first began in the pages of a book penned by popular author Meg Cabot. Five years ago, after 16 books, Cabot […]