In which I read two fantasy romance series back to back, both of which had good first books, better second books, and then fell apart in the third one. After The Folk of the Air also disappointed me, am I doomed to read unsatisfying series for a while? Please leave recommendations for good ones in the comments, I’m struggling.
Wherein Michaela and Gretchen answer the prompts put forth by the Heathers Book Tag.
I read two incredibly similar fake engagement books back to back, but one had a little extra level of characters and relationships than the other. Watch on for more!
I tried so very, very hard to make this quick, but 32 books do not make for a fast time, even though I’ve already reviewed many of these on the channel. Actually, I was amazed how few I’d even talked about! This has something for everyone who reads as weirdly as me: young adult, fantasy, romance, and nonfiction. You can also skip towards the end to get my top pick so far in each category. Enjoy!
Wherein me and Michaela let you in on their history with fantasy as well as give you some recommendations of favorite fantasy reads for all ages.
Up until now, these have had a theme. Now it’s just anarchy. I’ve got a few more books I’ve read that aren’t my biographies of a specific president. Actually, these might even be more interesting. Enjoy!
I have been telling myself I would film this video for a while now, but something kept coming up and then I straight up forgot. Don’t worry, my feelings about this series are just as fresh as ever! …especially Obsidio…
In this supplemental episode of my American Presidents Reading Challenge, I focus on books I read that compare and contrast two or more presidents in the same book. These have become my favorites of late, and there are some really good ones in here!
Three-ish years ago, Michaela got me to read a true crime book (which I normally hate) and I was blown away by this title. Now, I’ve finally watched the long-awaited HBO docuseries based on the book and I can’t believe I was ALSO blown away!
OOH BOY has it been a time since I’ve done one of these reviews (3 years, actually), and this one was totally accidental. In this review, I talk about both the book “The Soul of America: The Battle for Our Better Angels” by Jon Meacham and also the HBO documentary that was made of it. I have *feelings.*