Netflix is Bringing the Grishaverse to the Small Screen!

Netflix has ordered an eight-episode adaptation inspired by not one, but two Leigh Bardugo books: Shadow and Bone and Six of Crows!

That’s right, we’re getting two book adaptations all wrapped up in one show. Or as the author of the books put it way better than we ever could:

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My Year in Reading: Cassie-la’s January + February 2018 Bookstagram Wrap Up

Love looking at book covers as much as you love reading books?

Allow me to introduce you to Bookstagram (AKA InstaBook), the hashtag-based portion of Instagram where bibliophiles show off their books.

You can check out my very minimal contributions to the world of Bookstagram below.

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My Year in Reading: Cassie-la’s November + December 2017 Bookstagram Wrap Up

Like to look at books in addition to reading them?

Welcome to Bookstagram — sometimes known as Instabook — a hashtag-based portion of Instagram where bibliophiles share their prettiest editions, current reads and monthly book hauls.

While I take fewer pictures in the winter months (mostly because I barely see the sun), you can keep scrolling to check out my very few November and December Bookstagram photos.

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‘Ready Player One’ Gets an Official Trailer and a Sequel

The Ready Player One trailer has arrived, and it’s far more promising than that poorly Photoshopped poster that hit the internet yesterday.

Even more exciting? In conjunction with the trailer release, author Ernest Cline announced during a Facebook livestream that he is hard at work on a Ready Player One sequel.

Please don’t be called Ready Player Two. Please don’t be called Ready Player Two.

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BookTube: The Spines With Wines Book Club Talks ‘Eliza and Her Monsters’ by Francesca Zappia

Welcome to the July episode of the Spines With Wines live book club. Yes, that’s right, the July episode.

Spines With Wines is made up of myself (Cassie-la) and book blogger/BookTuber Kristin Hackett and is your typical drunken book club … you know, except online.

This month, we finally got around to discussing Eliza and her Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia!

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