Sometimes books can become a little samey, there’s only so many ways you can tell the story of a murder for example.
It’s not a bad thing, and a good cast of characters will keep me intrigued regardless, but occasionally an author will do something a little differently that surprises and draws you in. Today I’m talking about a couple of them.
In today’s The Discussion Post I’m talking about fan fiction. It’s a guilty pleasure of mine, but should it really be, or should it just be a pleasure like reading any book?
Come and share your thoughts on fan fiction, do you read a lot or would you not even know where to find it?
Professor Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore, Headmaster of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Chief Warlock of the Wizengamot, Supreme Mugwump of the International Confederation of Wizards and leader of the light – or just a man with too many names and titles who despite dressing up everything as for the greater good really wasn’t any better than Lord Voldemort?
In today’s The Discussion Post I’m talking about audiobooks, do you enjoy them? Or are you committed to traditional paper and ink you can hold in your hands?
If you’ve got any recommendations for good audiobooks come and let me know!
In today’s The Discussion Post I’m taking a look at Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited and asking is it worth the money?
In this week’s discussion post I’m talking about my TBR, and how I manage it. Come and share your tips!
Today I’m talking a little bit about something I know is close to the heart of many of you – YA Fiction. Does it get the respect it deserves?