Source: Preview :: Dark Horse Comics
Leaves on the Wind is the fourth Serenity graphic novel. Leaves is set shortly after the events of the movie Serenity, and continues the story. This is what sets it apart from the previous graphic novels. As such, Leaves does include spoilers if you haven’t watched the movie and the single season of Firefly, so I’ll keep my summary brief to minimize the risk of spoilers here.
The Memory Weaver is a work of historic fiction based on the life of Eliza Spalding Warren. In it, Eliza tells us of her life starting at age fourteen when she was first approached by Mr. Warren, as she continues to call him even after marriage. And while this is partly the story of their marriage, it is primarily the story of how past traumatic events affect Eliza as she struggles to deal with the difficult men in her life and the hardships found in the Oregon Territory of the mid to late 1800s.
Wish List Wednesday 9/23/15: Sci-Fi shorts, OOP and Mice!
After posting last week’s wish list, I over-spent pre-spent my November book budget by pre-ordering the two last-in-series YA books. This week I have a short list of books that, hopefully, I’ll be more successful in not immediately purchasing:
The Substitute Bride by Amanda Barratt
One Way to the Altar by Andrea Boeshaar with Christina Linstrot Miller
Keeper of My Heart by Mona Hodgson
Blinded by Love by Melissa Jagears
Bonnets and Bees by Maureen Lang
A Groom for Josette by Gabrielle Meyer
Wedded to Honor by Jennifer Uhlarik
A Bride for Bear by Erica Vetsch
Have Cash, Will Marry by Renee Yancy Continue reading
It’s Wednesday again and my booklust is still in full swing. There are so many books I could list as “want to read,” like Amy Stewart’s Girl Waits with Gun, but the following are books I am fighting the urge to pre-order or purchase NOW.
I’ve seen the Liebster Award circulating a little out in the blog-o-sphere and had two contradictory thoughts: a. no reason anyone would nominate my little book blog and b. if I were to be nominated, I would definitely nominate Connie of OldFolksatHomestead since I really enjoy reading the posts she and her husband make about their daily lives. So, it was a wonderful surprise when Connie nominated me (and a good thing you can reciprocate the nomination)!
Thank you for nominating me, Connie! Here are the answers to your questions: Continue reading
Monthly Recommendations is a group on GoodReads (https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/168259-monthly-recommendations) with monthly topics for book recommendations on blogs and BookTube channels. The topic for September is, appropriately, book set in school.
My first thought was a certain series by J.K. Rowlings, but I decided that was a bit too obvious a choice. My second thought was The Great Brain by John D. Fitzgerald, but my sisters and I read the series in the 1970’s and I can’t recall if it was set in school (though the fourth book is titled The Great Brain at the Academy). So I called on my middle grade niece and nephew for some help, and finally came up with the following list of books for nearly every age: Continue reading