Arwen, Galadriel, Eowyn and Tauriel, the beautiful women of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.
Even though Tauriel wasn’t part of the books, I loved her role.
Arwen has always been a favorite character of mine, who was yours?
Was it someone not on the list? Like Luthien or Rosie? Let me know in the comments!
I have had this problem many a time!
Most of it is understandable since I have two children and a husband to take care of, but other times it’s the silly things that happen too (like “I have to go to the bathroom, now my coffee is cold so I have to reheat it, my pillows need re-fluffed, now I’m sleepy…)
I usually wind up quick reading, after too many interruptions, just to get past the part I’ve been re-reading!
Has this happened to you before?
(My youngest child wanting to help with the picture)
Before I begin, I’d like to thank the author and her publisher for sponsoring and the opportunity to read and review this book!
If you like fantasy, different races of creatures, war-like stories, steampunk-esque and magic; stories that make you laugh and teary-eyed then this is the book for you!
A war wages on the realm of Terah, and all the races are thrust in the middle of it (the Vykati (wolf-like people), humans, elves, dwarves, gnomes, you name it)
Sajani, a vykati, and her human friend, Simon, go in search for answers of what happened to a neighboring city.
Through their travels to the city and therein afterward, they are met with both friend and foe.
Can Sajani find enough troops to aid her in this battle?
Can alliances be made, putting differences aside?
Will Sajani find the answers she’s looking for?
When you have love both the cute and dark aesthetic, and find this adorable wallpaper!
Credit to artist!
This my latest bookish item I have purchased!
It’s soft and has two of my favorite things; books and Belle!
I really enjoyed this book (and the movie adaptions too)!
I loved the fantasy aspect and the representation of God as well. I loved all of the creatures of Narnia, especially a faun by the name of Mr. Tumnus!
I felt like I was going on the adventure with the Penvensie children to help the world of Narnia be free of it’s eternal winter and be rid of it’s wrongful ruler!
Will they succeed?
Will the evil be undone?
If you enjoyed the book and/or series, tell me what you thought!
The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe – C.S. Lewis
I received these new release video games this week and I’m really enjoying them, from what I’ve been able to play!
I played the original Spyro trilogy on the Playstation 1 and is one of my favorite video games of all time. The remastering is nice (and I’m not usually a big fan of remasters/remakes), and the music is nostalgic!
Fallout will always be dear to me and from what I’ve played so far of Fallout 76, I think I’m going to enjoy it a lot, as I have the previous installments!
I found this and made me giggle!
Books have their own problems and have relationships too,who would have thought?
Credit to:Sara Zimmerman/Unearthedcomics
I enjoyed reading this book and watching it’s movie adaptation (Only John Green book and movie I’ve read/seen so far)
It’s a very emotional book full of twists and turns. It’s about a girl who has cancer and lives her life by strict rules that she hates. The girl meets a boy and he eases her anxious mind.
If this has sounded appeasing to you, I would recommend grabbing the book.
The Fault In Our Stars – John Green
I found this amazing cyberpunk picture and it gave me Blade Runner (original,haven’t watched the new one yet) vibes! I love aesthetic appeal as well!