Tag Archives: graphic novel

Review: ‘A Work of Art’ by Melody Maysonet #2016HW

To be honest, I grumbled to myself when I reached the third or fourth chapter of this book. As my MO is to not read the inside cover right before I am reading a book to review, I didn’t remember what it was about (not that you get a complete idea... Read More | Share it now!

Review + GIVEAWAY: ‘Tomboy: A Graphic Memoir’ by Liz Prince

GIVEAWAY EXTENDED THROUGH THURSDAY, 11/13!!! Oh no. I feel a philosophical post coming on…be warned! Briefly: I’m not a huge (or middle-sized, even) reader of graphic novels. But when I was offered a chance to read Tomboy: A Graphic... Read More | Share it now!

INKlings: The Liz Prince Interview

This is an ongoing series where I interview authors of books that I have read. My questions are in bold/italics. Be sure to read my review of Tomboy tomorrow and enter to win a free copy! I am not a huge reader of graphic novels, but my daughter is.... Read More | Share it now!

Book Review: ‘Isla and the Happily Ever After’ by Stephanie Perkins

There is a Curse of the Trilogy. Sometimes, the middle book serves only as a bridge from the first book to the third. It’s full of explanations and set up, but not much happens. Then there’s the Burn-Out; by the time the author gets to the... Read More | Share it now!