Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Bookstores/Libraries I’ve Always Wanted to Visit

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by hosted by The Artsy Reader Girl

 The topic this week is Top Ten Bookstores/Libraries I've Always Wanted to Visit

Five Fictional Libraries

1. Sunnydale High School Library in Buffy the Vampire Slayer

2. The Citadel in Game of Thrones

3. The Beauty and the Beast library

4. The Hogwarts library 

5. The library in The Librarians

Five Real Libraries

6. George Peabody Library in Baltimore, Maryland

7. The Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. 

8. The New York Public Library

9. The Linderman Library in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

10. The Alexandria Library in Ancient Egypt


1. Sariavia Bookstore in Rio de Janeiro

2. Bart’s Books in Ojai, California

3. The Last Bookstore in Los Angeles, California

4. The Book Barge in Barton Marina, England

5. Selexyz Dominicanen Bookstore in Maastricht, Netherlands

6. Montague Bookmill on the Sawmill River, Massachusetts

7. Underground bookstore in Coober Pedy, Australia

8. Words on the Water in London, England

9.Libreria Alta Acqua in Venice, Italy

10. Atlantis Books in Santorini, Greece

Saturday, October 6, 2018

My Charms Extra Credit TBR

I did pretty terrible at the last Magical Readathon N.E.W.T.S round so I was really happy that there is a mini-readathon to help complete books in the subject of Charms.

Charms Extra Credit main coursework:

- Alohamora, read a book that's first in a series

- Accio, book that's top of your TBR

I chose The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw (FINISHED!)

- Incendio, words 'fire' or 'flame' in the title/series name, or flame picture on the cover

- Rictusempra, book that 'tickles you the right way' (exciting trope/theme/genre)

- Lumos, book with a light cover

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Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Authors I'd Like to Meet

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by hosted by The Artsy Reader Girl

 The topic this week is Top Ten Authors I'd Like to Meet 

Yep, most of the authors I'd like to meet are dead. 

1. William Shakespeare

2. Edgar Allan Poe

3. Emily Dickinson

4. Sylvia Plath 

5. Jane Austen

6. Mary Shelley

7. George Orwell

8. Margaret Atwood

9. Anne Rice

10. Stephen King