I just realized that I am a mood reader. Not only that, but I took it to the extreme. I am a mood everything-er! But I was able, with some deep reflective thought, to pinpoint where these moods were driven from. This give me an advantage. No longer do I have to feel I am difficult or whishy-washy or jumping from one thing to the next. I can hedge my moods because I can predict them now. I am a seasonal mood reader! (and everything-er)
Book Review: Never Never by Serena Valentino
The more I read this series the more I like it and realize just how much planning and thought went into it. Each book ties into the next, culminating in the story of the Odd Sisters and how each of the villain's stories are a part of their own fairy tale book where they write the fate of the villains.
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Book Review: “The Hobbit” by J.R.R. Tolkien
I know this is probably an unpopular view, and I don't know why it is, but I find when I read Tolkien my mind loves to wander. I love his stories, I love his characters, I love the movies based off his books, but I lose focus when reading his books. It took me a while to figure it out but I believe it's because there is little dialogue compared to description of adventure. I think I'm a reader who thrives off character interaction, and sometimes I would read two whole chapters in The Hobbit where there was only a line or two of dialogue.
Book Review: “Bravely” by Maggie Stiefvater
If I had known this book was coming out when it was announced in 2021 it would have been my most anticipated book! Even not knowing about it until it was released this month, I have still been long awaiting a Merida book from Disney. I've always felt Merida was my kindred princess. We both have a love of horses and archery (me more horses, her more archery, but still we both love both). We're both curly girlies with a love of independence and freedom. Since they started publishing the Twisted Tales series, I've had to watch them come up with great stories about every dang princess and then some but never Merida. It was frustrating. And then Facebook suggested this to me for an audiobook! I was elated! I immediately ordered the hardcover and set to reading it.