I bet you think you know the story of Ariel. We’ve seen the movie: The red-haired mermaid sells her voice
Setting: Steampunk Paris. Characters: Vampires. Format: Manga. Sounds awesome, right? That’s because it is. I am a huge (as in,
I’ve always had a somewhat irrational fear of fairytale retellings. To be honest, I don’t generally like the original fairytales,
Book series are probably one of the more terrifying things in a bookworm’s life. Not at first glance, maybe. At
Being a diplomat seems like a job that I would be really, really horrible at. I mean, I don’t think
Star Wars. Jody Houser. Comic books. Three of my favorite things. All of which have been miraculously wrapped up into a
To-be-read lists can be problematic. They just keep growing and growing. You can’t ever seem to get on top of
Beautiful inside and out. That’s the best way I can think to describe Futhermore by Tahereh Mafi. This is a book
Have you ever read a book where you are both fiercely proud and insanely protective of the main character? One
Post by Hannah Heath Guess what? Valiant Comics has turned out yet another excellent comic. Which really isn’t that surprising
When people think of fantasy novels, they usually think of woods. Trees and rivers and magic and elves and great
Post by Hannah Heath Guess what I got for Christmas. Go on. Guess. A Faith Funko pop figure. It’s amazing. My
Raise your hand if you like steampunk. Raise your hand if you like steampunk without understanding what it is. *raises
Post by Hannah Heath The eagle has landed! Divinity III: Stalinverse #1 is released today and I, being the lucky
Do you ever read a comic book and think: “Gah. I wish I knew how to draw”? Maybe you don’t.
Post by Hannah Heath I have sorrowful tidings. I didn’t have time to review Faith #5 when it came out.
This week on “Hannah searches for good indie books:” Fractured by Rae Elliott. This is a novel I read some
Alternate steampunk histories are awesome. Alternate steampunk histories where ghosts and demons are a matter of course are even better. But
When I was little, I really, really, really wanted a sister. When I was four and my Mom was pregnant, I
Douglas Adams. King of irony. Master of personification. One of the most clever, satirical authors I have had opportunity to
Post by Hannah Heath What would YOU do if you had a non-evil double? Think of the possibilities. I mean,
There are a lot of different factors involved in how people choose to buy books. Maybe they like the synopsis.
Awesome female superhero. In space. With the Guardians of the Galaxy. That’s my kind of comic book. I’m always a
Post by Hannah Heath Sometimes comic cons can get pretty hectic. You’ve got a bunch of passionate fans dressed up as
There are a lot of mythical creatures that I’m surprised don’t make it into books more often. Mermaids. Griffins. Enenra
Post by Hannah Heath Nerd Con. Sounds exactly like the kind of place you’d expect to find us Constant Collectible
People always look at me funny when I say that I learned to appreciate classical music from watching anime. But
Post by Hannah Heath *blows trumpet* Everybody listen up! Faith #2 is coming out tomorrow and it is awesome! I’m
Growing up, I always looked up to the Inklings. C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Lloyd Alexander (yes, he’s an Inkling…don’t overlook
Post by Hannah Heath Sir Edward Grey. You history buffs might know who he is: A 20th century British liberal
I spend an absurd amount of time hunting down new indie authors to read. Why an absurd amount of time?
Post by Hannah Heath You know that feeling you get right before you finish up a great series? You’re excited,