Monday Review:The Big Blue Book of Beginner Books-P.D.Eastman,Robert Lopshire,Marilyn Sadler,Mike McClintock

Go Dog Go: This is one of my favorite children’s books ever (probably number 3)! This book is about many dogs doing every day things, like sleeping,working,bathing in the sun and even throwing a party! My favorite part is when a set of dogs talk to each other through the book to determine if the one likes the other’s hat. It’s very cute!

Are you my mother: This happens to be my 4th ranked favorite children’s book! This one is about a little bird who falls out from his nest and goes in search of his mother. He comes across many things whom he is his mommy such as; a dog,a hen, a plane, and even a “snort”! Eventually he is reunited with his mom and everything turns out okay!

A Fly went by: This is a story about a fly going by a boy in a hurry. It’s a whole chasing book, some other animal is chasing the one behind it thinking they will eat each other, but it’s only because the last animal heard something and got scared so it started running away only to stumble upon an animal that is usually it’s “prey”. Everything was sorted out in the end.

Put me in the zoo: I never really understood/liked this story…it’s about a weird leopard thing who wants to be in the zoo because he can make himself into any color, or size, or put polka dots on himself. He decides to join the circus at the end.

The best nest: This is about two birds. The female bird wants a new nest so the male bird goes in search of new homes. Female bird doesnt like any of them. They come back to their old home and determine that their nest is the best nest.

It’s not easy being a bunny: This story is about a bunny who doesn’t feel like being a bunny anymore, so he leaves home to become a new animal. He doesnt fit in with the other animals so he comes home and realizes that being a bunny isn’t so bad!

Overall: I really enjoyed this set of books, especially since it includes many of my favorites. The pictures are cute and the words are well written!

Free-post Friday-ESO and Fallout 76 Talk

The picture above is my Camp/house in both games.

My Fallout one is located right by Summersville and has a balcony off the bedroom floor and my ESO house is the Psijic Villa Notable Home that I got from doing a worldwide event. Both my houses still have some work to do so if they seem a little barren, that’s why.

I love playing these games! So I wanted to talk a little about both, and if you’re new, I play these games on the Xbox!

We will start with Fallout 76:

I have been playing this game off and on since the game came out back in November 2018.

I have enjoyed it very much as I have with any Fallout game. I like the quests, the music, the lore and other players (have made a few close friends because of it). Recently they added in human NPC’s with extra content which has made it even more amazing!

Elder Scrolls Online:

I have also been playing this game off and on since it released in 2015. I have always enjoyed the Elder Scrolls games so this is pretty amazing, all the new content they release is so much fun! The music, lore, voice actors and the different classes just make it amazing!

Recently I got into a guild called ‘Knights of Nocturnal’ and they are very fun and helpful! The first guild in this game that I’ve been in too, and I’m glad I chose one that is so much fun! I’ve made some pretty cool friends!

Free-post Friday(Saturday)- OWLCRATE-A-THON March 14-27

I have decided to take part of Owlcrate-a-thon this year, that starts today (Saturday,March 14). There are a few guidelines to follow:

1. Read the Owlcrate you’ve had the longest

2. Read the Owlcrate book that has the most pages

3. Read at least 2 books

I am going to follow the guidelines with the ones that I HAVE NOT read yet.

I will start this off with the one I’ve had the longest that I haven’t picked up yet; Caraval – Stephanie Garber. I will try to finish it by Monday for Review day. Wish me luck!

Free-post Friday- Answering Your Questions

Firstly; I want to thank everyone who submitted a question, I really enjoyed reading them!

Secondly; what kind of content would you like see more of?

Question by Jo: Have you read the Night Angel Trilogy by Brent Weeks?

Answer: No I have not, but thank you for the recommendation!

Question by Carlos: What do you think of the Harry Potter series? Does it still hold up? Is it worthy of being considered a classic?

Answer: I have only read up to Book 3, but I have enjoyed them so far. From what I have seen, people still seem to enjoy them/still a fan of. Each new movie/book or play that came out brings in new audiences (for example Fantastic Beasts and Cursed Child). That being considered, since it’s still being recognized to this day, sure, I think it should be a classic!

Question by Acie: Sweet or Salty?

Answer: Sweet!

Question by Jordan: Have you read the Endgame trilogy?

Answer: No I haven’t, but thanks for the recommendation!

Monday Review: Darkly Dreaming Dexter – Jeff Lindsay (Dexter Series Book 1)

(MATURE CONTENT WARNING)

This is the book series that inspired the television show. Season 1 of the show is based on Book One of the books.

I really enjoyed reading this book, it gave me a whole new perspective of Dexter Morgan and why/how he became who he is.

If you don’t know about Dexter, he is a blood-splatter analyst for the Miami-Metro Police Department.

He was adopted at a very young age to Harry Morgan who was a very respected police officer, and Dexter and Harry’s daughter Deborah, followed in his footsteps.

What you don’t expect is that Dexter is also a serial killer, but he only kills those who deserve it; murderer’s, rapists, child predators, and other serial killers!

In this book, Dexter is investigating murders by what they call the Tamiami Slasher. Leaving behind subtle clues that only Dexter can figure out, the slasher makes his way to his next victims.

We find out later that the killer is Dexter’s biological brother who is trying to get Dexter to see how similar they are and to be more open about who he kills, not just bad people.

What happens next, well that’s for you to figure out 😉

Monday Review: Ghostgirl – Tonya Hurley (Re-Review)


Ghostgirl is about a young lady named Charlotte who is starting a new year in school.

Charlotte is typically the kind of person who nobody sees, a lone wolf, but she wants this year to be different.
She wants to be popular so she can be seen, and so that the popular guy she has a crush on will notice her.

Well she gets her wish, her teacher pairs her up with him for a project!
He wants Charlotte to tutor him, and class ends.

She follows him only to start choking on a gummy bear!
Of course she is all alone and it starts sticking and she’s choking more and more, banging on the door hoping someone will hear.

She’s dead.

Charlotte wakes up right where she died, in school. A little strange and she is called into the office.

It seems that even in death she must go to school to learn how to be dead before going to the “otherside”.

She winds up having to help the sister of the popular girl, Scarlet, who also is the only one who is able to see Charlotte!

What happens next?

Free-Post Friday:(Very Late Post) Christmas Gifts From A Follower

Sorry I’ve been absent, I have a lot going on lately but I’M BACK!!!

One of my close friends and a follower,Carlos, sent me some Christmas Gifts from my Amazon list ( https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/2LU6FLJSK4N7M?ref_=wl_share) to help grow this blog! It was so sweet and I really liked the items!

This is a cute drawer and pencil holder in the shape of books!

These are Alice in Wonderland bookmarks, with cute quotes an original artwork!

See you guys Monday!!

Bookish Wednesday: My Current Classics Collection

I plan on adding to this collection but these are what I have so far:

Little Women – Louisa May Alcott

Sense and Sensibility – Jane Austen

Wuthering Heights – Emily Bronte

Jane Eyre – Charlotte Bronte

Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen

The Iliad – Homer

The Odyssey – Homer

The Inferno – Dante Alighieri

The Brothers Karamazov – Fyodor Dostoevsky

A Tale Of Two Cities – Charkes Dickens

Dracula – Bram Stoker

The Great Gatsby – F Scott Fitzgerald