Imagine a world where you can't speak more than 100 words per day. No female can, even children. That's the realistic dystopian story, Vox by Christina Dalcher.
Did you see The Tales of Beedle the Bard by JK Rowling's collector's edition? I took photos and I'm sending it to a forever home.
The Seattle Bucket List continues with a trip up the Space Needle with its new rotating glass floor 520 feet in the air.
When six clones join Emmaline’s prestigious boarding school, she must confront the heartbreak of seeing her dead best friend’s face each day in class. Technically true but The Similars by Rebecca Hanover is much more complex.
Is your New Year's resolution to get more done? Here are the life tips I learned reading The End of Procrastination by Petr Ludwig.
I may be professionally anti-annual performance review, but I do one, or more a recap on myself. It's the end of 2018.
Have I been bookish naughty or nice in 2018? Let's find out.
Have you visited Seattle's Gingerbread Village? This year's theme is The Grinch Who Stole Christmas.
Woohoo, the Strange the Dreamer sequel, Muse of Nightmares has been released. Laini Taylor's second book in the fantasy series is just as amazing.
Uncertainty by Jonathan Fields looks at why uncertainty is scary, how it needs to be conquered to launch a business, and how to look after yourself during uncertainty.
I visited the Lake View Cemetery in Seattle to see the graves and discover the stories contained within.
We're started the Seattle bucket list of things I need to do before I leave. Have we missed any must-do activities?
My most memorable childhood story is The Little Sugar Mouse by Enid Blyton. It's a story of what the toys do after you go to sleep.
How to Fracture a Fairy Tale by Jane Yolen is a retelling and modern update of 28 stories.
The graphic novel of Deogratias by Jean-Philippe Stassen is released and tells the story of a teen boy in the Rwandan genocide.
Yes, it's official. I'm moving back to Melbourne for university. I have some urgent questions I need answered before I fly back.
Hank Green's debut YA novel, An Absolutely Remarkable Thing is released. There are a few randomly funny things. Not really a book review, but kind of a book review.
Yes, it is possible to read a lot of books this year and not break the bank. Here are the places I get free books.
Broadway's Dear Evan Hansen has been converted to a beautifully written novel by Val Emmich. It's deep, and dark: everything a musical isn't.
Carly's unborn daughter has an incurable heart defect. Well, incurable in 1970. Diane Chamberlain's The Dream Daughter is time travel and love.