The fictional character chosen for Psychological analysis is Light Yagami from Death Note series, a 12 volumes manga series (Japanese comic). Light is the protagonist and anti-hero of the series. He can be called a hero if seen from his perspective, as the author never explicitly states if he is evil or not. It is… Continue reading Psychological analysis of Light Yagami (Death note)
As long as I remember, I have been a shy person. Someone who avoids speaking to strangers, would always laugh awkwardly at getting compliments from people and would do anything to not get out of her comfort zone. For a major part of my life I have responded to birthday greetings with a really embarrassed… Continue reading How I got into Bookstagram and it was the best decision of my life!
Title: Sacrifice Author: Sharon Bolton Publication Date: May 27th 2008 Publisher: Minotaur Books Part of a Series?: No, A Standalone Genres: Mystery, Thriller In this masterful debut that starts off as a mystery and becomes much more, Tora Hamilton is an outsider at her new home on the rocky, wind-swept Shetland Islands, a hundred miles from the northeastern tip of… Continue reading Jo’s Book Review – Sacrifice by Sharon Bolton
Hullo peeps! I am back with my Top 5 post. I know I promised to do it weekly but I think I missed a week or two. I am super forgetful. Forgive me! Now to the post. Today I am going to share my top Top 5 book series I really need to finish but have… Continue reading Top 5 book series I really need to finish!
Title: Switched Author: Amanda Hocking Publication Date: January 3rd 2012 Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin Part of a Series?: Yes, Book 1 of 'Trylle' series Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy, Paranormal Romance When Wendy Everly was six-years-old, her mother was convinced she was a monster and tried to kill her. It isn't until eleven years later that Wendy discovers her mother might have… Continue reading Jo’s Book review – Switched by Amanda Hocking
1. Do you view writing as a kind of spiritual practice? I can’t really say that writing is purely a spiritual practice because the spirit is only part of the process. I draw on memories, relationships, tastes, scents, and everything in between. I hope that my writing makes readers question the world around them a… Continue reading Interview with Marlena Frank!