#FanartFriday: BTS bookclub, ‘The School for Good and Evil’ and an IU/’Six of Crows’ mash-up!

Hello everyone! How've your weeks been? Today I'm sharing a few paintings/drawings I've made over the past few weeks - fandoms include BTS (surprise, surprise), 'The School for Good and Evil' series by Soman Chainani, 'Six of Crows' by Leigh Bardugo and the singer IU! Painting a TinyTan-inspired profile picture for my BTS 'Bookstannies' #bookstagram … Continue reading #FanartFriday: BTS bookclub, ‘The School for Good and Evil’ and an IU/’Six of Crows’ mash-up!

Top Ten Tuesday: Books That Make Me Smile :)

Today's topic: books that made me smile! Earlier today I saw Virginia @ The Sassy Library Fox's TTT, and she asked about different types of smiles. Now I've felt inspired to think about what specific kind of smile each of the books below elicit! 'The Graveyard Book' by Neil Gaiman - a wistful smile This … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books That Make Me Smile 🙂

#FanartFriday: Inej Ghafa and Tedros of Camelot

I've got a few to share today! I've completed two characters so far for the #SixFanarts challenge that's been going around: Inej Ghafa (from 'Six of Crows' by Leigh Bardugo) Inej is just such an amazing character, inspiring and a role model for me! She's the Dregs member I aspire to be, though in reality … Continue reading #FanartFriday: Inej Ghafa and Tedros of Camelot

Review: ‘One True King’ (‘The School for Good and Evil’, #6) by Soman Chainani

In her years at school, Good and Evil played by the rules.But in the Camelot years? Play by the rules and you die. Rating: Glow-level 5/5 paper planes Genre: YA/Middle-grade adventure-fantasy Synopsis: Beyond Good and Evil. Beyond Ever Afters. The fairy tale of Sophie and Agatha comes to a dramatic conclusion in this sixth and … Continue reading Review: ‘One True King’ (‘The School for Good and Evil’, #6) by Soman Chainani

First Lines Friday: Double Whammy (5th June 2020)

I'm currently reading two books so I'll do both! Here's the first.. "Some stories are spoiled from the very beginning. Some stories are rotten to the core." 'One True King' ('The School for Good and Evil', #6) by Soman Chainani Beyond Good and Evil. Beyond Ever Afters. The fairy tale of Sophie and Agatha comes … Continue reading First Lines Friday: Double Whammy (5th June 2020)

Thursday Tunes: A Crystal of Time

Getting close to the end now! 'A Crystal of Time' is part 5 out of 6 for 'The School for Good and Evil' bookish playlists, inspired by Soman Chainani's series of the same name! This actually may be my favourite of all the SGE playlists I've made. This post will be spoiler-free! I've tried to … Continue reading Thursday Tunes: A Crystal of Time

‘The School for Good and Evil’ Book Tag (original)

You may know that I'm pretty obsessed with 'The School for Good and Evil' series by Soman Chainani (omg Book 6 releases in a day) - so why not create a book tag inspired by it? It's spoiler-free so you don't have to have read them to do the tag, though of course it's more … Continue reading ‘The School for Good and Evil’ Book Tag (original)

Thursday Tunes: Quests For Glory

Welcome to the fourth installment of 'The School of Good and Evil' playlists! The full playlist is linked at the bottom. These songs are all inspired by 'Quests For Glory', book 4 in this fantasy series by Soman Chainani. (This post is spoiler-free!) Order of the Day: A King's Coronation! ('Crown Me King' by Harmony.) … Continue reading Thursday Tunes: Quests For Glory

#WIPWednesday: Tedros of Camelot

Hello again! Today's works-in-progress are both fanarts of Tedros Pendragon (aka Tedros of Camelot, son of Arthur) from the series 'The School for Good and Evil' by Soman Chainani! This fantasy/magic boarding school/fairytale retelling series is one of my all-time favourites, and I'm super hyped for the final book to come out June 2nd! (Well...June … Continue reading #WIPWednesday: Tedros of Camelot

Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Memorable Opening Lines

Today's topic: Opening Lines These are all lines that I thought of off the top of my head - so they're definitely memorable! If not word for word, I easily recalled the sense/atmosphere these opening sentences created, and my mind always links them indelibly back to that book, play or poem. 'Strange the Dreamer' by … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: 10 Memorable Opening Lines