Books That Should Be Made into Movies | What to Read Wednesdays

What to Read Wednesdays

Sabriel | Garth Nix I've recently started re-reading this book in anticipation of a prequel being published. I've always thought so, and even more so now, that this series should be made into a movie. I'm shocked that it hasn't been already! It's a kick-ass fantasy story with a kick-ass female lead. With the special … Continue reading Books That Should Be Made into Movies | What to Read Wednesdays

Locked-Room/Isolated Murder-Mysteries | What to Read Wednesdays

What to Read Wednesdays

Locked-Room/Isolated Murder-Mysteries I love reading mysteries, whether they be cozy or thrilling, I just find the genre so much fun to read. There are many sub-genres to mysteries, but today I want to recommend some really good locked-room/isolated mysteries. Sometimes these mysteries are more fun, almost because they are like a puzzle. There are a … Continue reading Locked-Room/Isolated Murder-Mysteries | What to Read Wednesdays

My Favorite Stand-Alone Books (Middle Grade Edition) | What to Read Wednesdays

What to Read Wednesdays

My Favorite Stand-Alone Middle Grade Books Last time I wrote up blurbs on my favorite YA stand-alones, but today I want to talk up my favorite middle-grade stand-alones. The world of middle-grade fiction has grown so much since I was an elementary student. Kids these days are so lucky to have so much choice and … Continue reading My Favorite Stand-Alone Books (Middle Grade Edition) | What to Read Wednesdays

My Favorite Dark Academia Books | What to Read Wednesdays

What to Read Wednesdays

My Favorite "Dark Academia" Books Source. I've only recently realized that this sub-genre exists, but taking a look at common books included in this category, I realized I have read quite a few. In this post, I want to recommend my favorite books that fall under this sub-genre. What is "dark academia"? Essentially, it's books … Continue reading My Favorite Dark Academia Books | What to Read Wednesdays