What’s just as fun as reading? Taking pictures of the books that you read!
Welcome to Bookstagram, the corner of Instagram where bibliophiles everywhere participate in literary themed photo challenges and share what they’re currently reading.
Last month my January Bookstagram photos included the literal color purple, bookish presents, my latest book haul, puppies and plenty of Spines With Wines action.
I mean, it has to be better. How could it possibly be worse? Show creators, that was not a challenge.
How do we know? Not to jinx it or anything, but this teaser from the ABC Family television series (soon to be a Freeform television series) has gotten our hopes up that Shadowhunters won’t be a complete train wreck like that movie that shall not be named.
Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy: The Evil We Love by Cassandra Clare and Robin Wasserman
I’m halfway through the spin-off collection that bridges the gap between Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal Instruments and her upcoming The Dark Artifices. In this short, Clare offers a flashback to a Marauders-era Hogwarts to see what the future Death Eaters are up to.
Big Ass Shark by Briar Lee Mitchell
A fun, easy beach read, Big Ass Shark was an eBook I purchased in order to properly celebrate Shark Week. It’s about exactly what you think it is and reads like your typical B-horror movie fair, but honestly, that’s not always a bad thing. [READ FULL REVIEW]
The Walking Dead Vol. 24: Life and Death by Robert Kirkman
Things that are infinitely better than AMC’s The Walking Dead: Robert Kirkman’s comic book series The Walking Dead. The latest arc in the series starts with a massive time jump and ends with the death of a lot of your faves.
Watcher beware, you’re in for a scare (but probably not), because the Goosebumps trailer has arrived.
The film, based on the children’s horror series by R.L. Stine and those non-literal ghost writers, stars Jack Black as the author himself, a grumpy curmudgeon whose characters have the ability to enter our world.
Just like in real life?