Here’s the second character playlist I mentioned: Lei from Natasha Ngan’s Girls of Paper and Fire. This playlist is a little more loosely based on Lei than Jude’s, but I still think it’s worth a listen. The youtube playlist is below. You can find the Spotify list here.
So, I’ve been listening to a lot more music than I normally do and while I was listening I realized that some of the songs I was listening to really reminded me of some of the characters in books I’ve been reading recently. I thought you all might be interested in listening to the playlists I’ve made for them. I hope you enjoy!
The first character playlist is Jude from Holly Black’s The Wicked King. This playlist basically wrote itself. Jude is a strong woman and she’s driven, too driven some may say. Honestly, I think she’s a queen even though she can be ruthless.
Note: This is a YouTube playlist. If you prefer listening on Spotify you can listen here.
The next character playlist I have is for Lei from Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan. I haven’t finished the book completely yet though so I’ll be posting it separately hopefully sometime next week.
What do you think? Was I completely off the mark? Did you enjoy the playlist? Do you have any songs you think I should add?
Hello everyone, welcome to Wonder Wednesday! I hope you’re all staying nice and toasty in this very cold winter. Today I’d like to talk about life changing books. Now, perhaps life changing may seem like an extreme, but as a lover of books I feel like there are many books that have had a very powerful effect on me. Books have the power to make us question our assumptions, bias, and encourage us to consider ideas maybe we haven’t thought about before.
Do you have a book that you feel like has been life changing for you? How has it changed your perspective or affected you?
Do you feel like books have the power to create a deeper understanding for something in people or are they just for fun?
I’d love to hear your thoughts! Please feel free to comment below!
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Welcome to Wonder Wednesday! This idea came into being when I was wondering how to interact more with all of you. I’m a bit more an introvert so I thought the best way to get to talk with you all was to dedicate a post a week to a question for us all to discuss if you’re interested. These questions will usually be related in some way to books, reading, or writing since that’s what we’re all here for.
My first wonder is, what is your favorite fantasy book or book series? And what do you enjoy about it? Is it the characters? The plot? The wonderful world that you just want to be a part of?
I personally have a really hard time with this question, because I have lots of books I have enjoyed reading. I would say right now though that it is The Others series by Anne Bishop. It’s five books long. I love the characters, plot, and the world though based on ours is fascinating. Has anyone read this series? I look forward to hearing from you!
There are some great fantasy and paranormal reads coming out this year! I originally started with a top ten list, but there were just too many great books coming out for me to narrow it down. Each of these books has at least one element of diversity in it, some even more. I have organized this list according to when each book is released.
13. Heartsong (Green Creek #3) by TJ Klune
Book Cover currently unavailable. Release Date: September 2019
14. Brothersong (Green Creek #4) by TJ Klune
Book Cover currently unavailable. Publish Date: December 2019
15. Bayden’s Alpha (Werewolves & Dragons #2) by Kim Dare
Book cover currently unavailable. Publish Date: last part of 2019
Hey everyone, I don’t know about you, but I enjoy a good meme. I enjoy them so much that I’m going to be dedicating a post to reading/book memes every Monday. Leave a message in the comments or contact me if you’d have a meme you’d like to share. Enjoy!