The StoryGraph is a new site and app for book lovers and avid readers to catalog their reads, review books, follow others in the community, and more. If you are familiar with Goodreads, StoryGraph has a similar concept. I’ve been poking around the site and decided to share my initial thoughts with you all.Continue reading
Odessa is a graphic novel set in a dystopian California after an earthquake literally tears the state apart. Ginny was a child when this happened, and her mother left her along with her two younger brothers back then. But a mysterious package shows up on Ginny’s 18th birthday that leads to a whole adventure.Continue reading
Banned Book Club is a graphic novel following Kim Hyun Sook as she starts her first year of college in 1983 South Korea. This was during South Korea’s Fifth Republic, a military regime that entrenched its power through censorship, torture, and the murder of protestors. And Hyun Sook finds herself pulled into it all because of her love of books.Continue reading
At the End of Your Tether is the story of a boy who goes searching for his missing ex-girlfriend only to discover that some things aren’t meant to be found. It’s Brick meets Paper Towns in this graphic novel, and I am sharing my thoughts on this upcoming release.Continue reading
Today’s question was a tricky one! Talking about my favorite comic for the 30 Day Geek Out Challenge. Continue reading
It’s time for another Kickstart Your Week, and there are some very interesting games in both tabletop and video games coming out as well as a look at a graphic novel that’s up now. Continue reading
When trying to figure out what to write about this week, and I found myself scrolling through Kickstarter as I do. So why not see what is happening on the good ol’ crowdfunding site. Continue reading
Many people use graphic novels and comic books synonymously, but they are actually quite different, although the differences may not be clear to the untrained eye.