This edition of Friday Favourites will focus on my favourite fantasy apprenticeships. I find apprenticeships very interesting because they create a very unique relationship dynamic between characters. Add some magic into the mix and I’m hooked!
In this edition of Friday Favourites, I’ll be discussing my favourite ‘sticky’ reads. These are stories that stay in my head, long after I’ve finished reading them, making me think about aspects of the story, or intriguing characters, or amazing worlds that have been created. Here are my favourite ‘sticky’ reads:
In this edition of Friday Favourites I’ll be discussing my favourite ‘bookish websites’. By this, I mean websites that help to cultivate a community around books, by facilitating discussion, exploration and interest in all different kinds of books:
It seems like books classified as ‘Young Adult’ often get a bad rap. It is easy to dismiss young people as naive and idealistic, and sadly, many do, but I often find teenagers to be well informed, engaged, and that they offer an interesting perspective. And the stories written for, by, and about this age group, are no less meaningful and important. Here are a few of my favourite young adult novels:
We’ve all heard the adage to ‘never judge a book by it’s cover’, but these days, cover art is such an important aspect of producing a written work, that it’s impossible not to judge books by their cover art. And there are some SERIOUSLY beautiful covers out there. This edition of Friday Favourites will discuss my most recent favourites, and it was quite difficult to limit myself to only five choices: