Weekly Wishlist: Hyperbole and Half by Allie Brosh

I kind of forgot how I came across Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh (it was obviously an online search that started with one keyword and ended up a hyperbole and a half away on the interweb), but I know what caught my attention. It was the illustration style. It reminded me a great... Continue Reading →

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Weekly Wishlist: Bait: Off-Color Stories for You to Color by Chuck Palahniuk

So, in the middle of my mad rush to meet my Goodreads Challenge deadline, getting snared viciously by The Game of Thrones and generally going about my daily life, two of my favourite weekly post categories have suffered - Weekly Wishlist and Top Ten Tuesday (you can catch my previous wishlist here and listicle here).... Continue Reading →

Weekly Wishlist: PL Travers’ Mary Poppins

Mary Poppins, the movie, is one of my all-time favourites. I have watched it at least 7 times, and I can still watch it another 7 times, because it’s simply “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”! So, you would imagine that for someone who loves books, and is keen on reading the books before watching its movie version that I... Continue Reading →

My Weekly Wishlist – March 2/3

The next book on my Wishlist for this month is Neil Gaiman and Lorenzo Matootti’s Hansel and Gretel. I came across this book during the initial days of my research into books by Neil Gaiman. When I saw this online, all that I knew was that it was an illustrated book with storytelling by Gaiman.... Continue Reading →

My Weekly Wish List – March 1/3

I’m super excited to start this series of posts on my weekly wishlist! With this, my list of books that sits all by its lonesome self on my Amazon wishlist, will move to this blog, where it gets to be seen (maybe). On this wishlist, I will talk about one book every week. One book... Continue Reading →

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