Sunday, January 12, 2020

Week in Review (2)


Life

2020 is already off to a start. It is hard to believe it is the 12th already. It feels like it was just Christmas preparation time and now all that is in the past for another year. It's already been an eventful year and it is just starting. My honorary grandmother, as I always called her, passed away in her 90's. I spent so much time at her house as a child and enjoyed visiting her as an adult. She was a war bride during WWII. She never drove and outlived her husband by many years, but she always was self-sufficient. She will be missed. She used to make dolls and we used to play with them when we visited. I asked her son if I could have my favourite. I will know when my mother goes to visit next if that happens. There was a snowstorm the day of the funeral, so she was not able to attend.

Then, on Friday, we learned of the passing of drummer Neil Peart. Lorrie is a big fan of him and listened to him for years. He was really sad to know that his favourite band had come to an official end. I have read and blogged about Peart's books over the years. In true me fashion, I have 3 books by him that I haven't read. So, it seemed fitting to pick one up on Friday and start it. It is not like I don't have too many books on the go, what's one more. He writes so well and I had been waiting for a new book by him, but now I know what that didn't happen. Maybe he never planned to write another one. I had just hoped for one.

And, just like last weekend when I wrote my post, we are having a storm. Sunday is apparently storm day this year...

Bookopoly

Amazon (my train stations are where I bought books from): The Starlight Watchmaker by Lauren James
Go (I decided if I land on Go, I can buy a book and then read the most recent book I purchased):
I still had Amazon gift cards, so I got:

Empire of Sand by Tasha Suri
Stars Uncharted by S.K. Dunstall
Lazarus:Volume 6 by Greg Rucka, etc
Blackbird Volume 1 by Sam Humphries, etc
Nevermoor by Jessica Townsend
Skyward Volume 1: My Low-G Life by Joe Henderson

I am still working on reading books to offset the purchases because I have too many books on the go to start anything.

Currently Reading





Audiobook



Weekly Reading


Lazarus Volumes 1, 2, & 3 by Greg Rucka, etc.

I was caught up in what I currently owned in Giant Days, so my next project was to catch up in the Lazarus series because after 2 years, they are releasing Volume 6. I thought the series was over, so I am excited to see what happens next. I reread the first three volumes this week and it was just as good as the first time. The series follows Forever, who is a Lazarus and the Family Protector. She is genetically engineered to fill that roll. There is a lot of action in this series, but there is also a lot to think about, too. Forever coming to terms with who she is, the world that they are living in, etc. It is a compelling read about a not so distant possible future. I recommend this series and look forward to my rereads and reading the new book!


A Shadow Bright and Burning by Jessica Cluess

I read this book for the #Bookopoly roll, Young Adult Fantasy. I had sort of seen this book around and I loved the cover. I honestly had no idea what the book was about. I am really weird and barely ever read synopsis of books. This book follows Henrietta Howel, an orphan, who starts this book teaching at a child's home of sorts. She has the magical ability of being able use fire and it brings her to the attention of a Sorcerer. This changes her life forever. The first book in a trilogy, I am looking forward to where the series go next. Lorrie got me book 2 for Christmas and I got book 3 in a Boxing Day sale. I definitely recommend this book! Glad I read it!


The Starlight Watchmaker by Lauren James

I discovered Lauren James in 2019 through Booktube. I read The Loneliest Girl in the Universe on audio and really liked it. It's a science-fiction novel about a young girl that is alone on a spaceship. It's a quiet novel, but James handled the story really well. She is a UK author, though, and hard to find in Canada. So, I bought myself all of her books for Christmas... The Starlight Watchmaker arrived and I wanted to read it right away. Check out that cover! But, I wanted to wait until I got a Bookopoly roll that applied. I was thinking science fiction, but when I rolled Amazon earlier this week, I immediately picked this book up. It's actually a novella, but it is so well written. It is about an android watchmaker, Hugo, who works at a university filled with many different alien races. One day, Dorian comes to him to get his watch fixed and that leads to unexpected adventures. It's a short book, but it is an important book. I seem to be finding books lately set in the future, but could easily be themes that apply to the world today. Lauren James is quickly becoming a favourite author and I cannot wait to read something else by her!


LaGuardia by Nnedi Okorafor

After Christmas, Bookoutlet had their Boxing day sale. I went through my wish list and bought all the books that they had that were on it while I had the chance. (They all arrived this week...) This is a book I had heard of, but I forgot it was a graphic novel. I had no idea what it was about. But, I had read Binti by her and I was curious what else she had out there. This another science fiction novel that is really themes that can easily apply to the world today. It deals with racism, discrimination, etc. In the books case, it is about the world not wanting aliens to be allowed to colonize. One of the characters in the graphic novel is a plant species named Letme Live. The main character, though, is Future. She is an Nigerian-American doctor who starts the book returning to NYC. Through the course of the book, we learn why she has returned home, but we also learn more about the world she is living in. I am very glad I got this and read it. Recommended!


Giant Days: Early Registration by John Allison

Then, I returned to Giant Days because the last 3 books I need to read in the series arrived. Then, I am all caught up until February when book 12 is released. Early Registration is a prequel novel that covers things brought up in the main series and gives their background. It was fun to get the back stories of events from the series. I am not sure if I would read this book first, though. But, maybe it would be fine. I feel like it is more a book for the fans to explain what they have been missing. In any case, this series is a lot of fun and I am glad I am making it a part of my 2020. Recommended!


Blackbird Volume 1 by Sam Humphries, etc

My last read of the week was this graphic novel. I should have done a bit more research, though. I really liked it and I can't seem to find anything about Volume 2. So, maybe there is not going to be a Volume 2. That makes me sad because the art in this book was phenomenal and the story really captured my attention. It definitely left you wanting more. I want more. The story of Nina who knows there is more to the world than she sees and dreams of being part of it, she finally does get the chance to be part of that world, and more occurs than she can ever imagine. Definitely a page turner and a set up for a really fascinating world. I hope they can get a Volume 2 on the table. Recommended!

New Additions

Boxing Day Bookoutlet Sale:

Sea Witch by Sarah Henning
Honor Bound (Honors, Book 2) by Rachel Caine and Ann Aguirre
Something Strange and Deadly, A Darkness Strange and Lovely, and Strange and Ever After (Something Strange and Deadly Trilogy, Books 1 to 3) by Susan Dennard
Queens of Fennbirn (Three Dark Crowns, Book 0.5) by Kendare Blake
The Exact Opposite of Okay by Laura Steven
A Little Princess (Puffin in Bloom Edition) by France Hodgson Burnett
A Sorrow Fierce and Falling (Kingdom on Fire Trilogy, Book 3) by Jessica Cluess
Magic for Liars by Sarah Gailey
Starfish by Akemi Dawn Bowman
The Cold is in her Bones by Peternelle van Arsdale
Us Against You by Fredrik Backman
Crown of Feathers by Nicki Pau Preto
Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott
The Dire King: A Jackaby Novel by William Ritter
Ruined: Book 1 by Amy Tintera
The Queen's Rising by Rebecca Ross
Today will be Different by Maria Semple
Girls on the Verge by Sharon Biggs Waller
A Memory Called Empire (Teixcalaan, Book 1) by Arkady Martine
LaGuardia by Nnedi Okorafor, etc (Read)
Kingdom of the Blazing Pheonix by Julie C. Dao
Girls with Sharp Sticks by Suzanne Young
Watch Us Rise by Renee Watson and Ellen Hagan

Amazon Purchases:

Empire of Sand by Tasha Suri (gift card)
Blackbird Volume 1 by Sam Humphries, etc. (gift card)
Nevermoor by Jessica Townsend (gift card)
Skyward Volume 1: My Low-G Life by Joe Henderson (gift card)
Giant Days: Early Registration by John Allison (gift card)
Giant Days Volume 11 by John Allison (gift card)
Giant Days: Extra Credit by John Allison (gift card)
The Quiet at the End of the World by Lauren James (Christmas)
The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings Boxset (Christmas)

The last thing I did for Christmas was get the Penguin Sisterhood Collection. I received 3 in December, but the last 3 arrived this week. They are:

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
Heidi by Johanna Spyri
Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Weekly Posts:


Sunday, January 05, 2020

Week in Review (1)


Life

This picture is actually from 2017. But, it is snowing here today, so I decided to just use it again. I am also comparing my backyard back then to now. The sky is not blue, but all the same places are white at the moment. It is supposed to snow all day. I think the only one excited is the dog, who went in and out 15 times this morning to roll around in it. He is taking a nap now.

I took down the last of the Christmas stuff today. It's hard to believe it has come and gone! I also did some cleaning. Always exciting. But, I listened to Cilka's Journey by Heather Morris while doing so. I just finished Tattooist of Auschwitz, and then noticed there was a sequel. I had planned to start something else, but decided to keep the momentum going. I listen to an audio in my car for my commute and a book on Scribd most of the time. It means that I listened to way more audios in 2019 than I ever had before. We will see what 2020 brings.

I am doing this fun game for my reading this year. I made a Monopoly board, only the spots are all book related. When I land on a square, I have to read a book that meets that criteria. It won't be all my reading this year, but it will be my main method. It  is already getting me to read neglected books on my TBR! 

Bookopoly

Next Book in a Series: Tunnel of Bones by Victoria Schwab (my last book of 2019)
Chance Card (Chance Cards are authors I own more than one unread book by): Kate Forsyth -    Bitter Greens
Historical Fiction: The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris
Graphic Novel: Giant Days Volume 7 & Giant Days Volume 8
Read Outside Comfort Zone: White Hot Kiss by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Book Chest (24 books I want to read in 2020): I Was Anastasia by Ariel Lawhorn
Young Adult Fantasy: A Shadow Bright and Burning  by Jessica Cluess

Currently Reading



Audiobook



Weekly Reading


Giant Days Volumes 7, 8, 9, & 10

One of my goals for 2020 was to catch up on some of my graphic series. This week it was Giant Days. I am missing 3 of the books, but since I am caught up, I gave myself permission to order them. So, they will be read in the next week or so. This series is a lot of fun. I actually read volume 1 to 6 in 2019. They were all rereads. These 4, it was the first time I had read them. It basically follows 3 women and their college adventures. It is contemporary for the most part, but there are some magical aspects to make things interesting. They are just starting their 3rd year when I finished up. I am looking forward to Volume 11! Recommended!


The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

I read this book because I rolled Historical Fiction in Bookopoly. I have really neglected historical fiction over the years, so I was excited to get to this book. I had heard lots of good things about it. I did the audio through Scribd and the narration was very well done. The story was compelling, too. It is always been an aspect of history that has caught my interest because a lot of people think it is made up and other's seem to want to repeat it. It is a reminder of what people are capable of doing to other people. I am glad that I read it and I am glad that it got me back into historical fiction. There are a lot of unread ones on my shelves that I have been meaning to get to for ages! Recommended!

New Additions

The Starlight Watchmaker by Lauren James
The Next Together by Lauren James

Weekly Posts

Saturday, January 04, 2020

I'm Back....

… Or, am I?

I have been thinking for a while that I might like to try this blogging thing again. I miss talking about books and being part of the bookish community. I started this blog in 2005. If I had continued it, it would have been 15 years this year. It's hard to believe it has been that long! I still talk to people I met over the years on different platforms, but it is just not the same.

Chloe
The main reason I stopped blogging; was I stopped reading. I hardly read at all in 2017 and then 2018 was terrible. In 2019, I slowly started to find my groove again. Then, in June of 2019, my father was diagnosed with cancer. He died 5 and a half weeks later. It is something you know that you will likely go through, but to actually go through it... That is something else entirely.

I had just started to get my reading groove back and then I went into a slump again. I still managed to read 127 books in 2019, but it was mainly audiobooks on my commute. But, I wanted to read again. I just needed to get my head above water again. It is hard to say what 2020 will bring. So far, I am reading and actively wanting to pick up books, but the events of the Summer of 2019 are still with me. My father has not even been gone 6 months and I have already done my first birthday without him, his first birthday he was not around for, and the first Christmas. They were all hard.

Baby Me & My Father
I never really made this blog that personal. I mentioned things here and there, but didn't make it my main focus. I shared pictures of the cats and the dog. I mentioned my relationship here and there. I would sometimes mention work or something that had happened, but it was mostly about books. And, I think I am ready for the distraction of books again. I think I want to be back in that community I had so much fun in for years. The people that I still consider friends.

I am not sure what form that will take. In 2016, my last real reading year, I blogged every Sunday. I might start there and see where the year takes me. I am not even sure if people blog hop anymore. No one may ever see this post. But, I am going to try and come back. If only because I enjoy talking about the books I read and hoping that someone out there will enjoy it, too.


Sunday, January 21, 2018

Week in Review (3)


Life

Well, we finally got the snow. Last Wednesday it snowed all day, so we had quite the mess on Thursday morning. A friend was nice enough to come and plow us out. As the weather here always hovers around the freezing point, we never get light snow anymore. It is always really wet and really heavy. The weather was quite different than predicted last week in general because there was supposed to be rain after the snow, but it never warmed up to that point. This winter is just weird and I feel like I say that every winter now for one reason or another. Mackie hurt his paw running around a couple weeks ago and crashing through some ice. I know you can buy shoes for dogs, but I figure the dog will come in missing at least one and then I will have to go out and find it. So, we are just trying to keep him calmer when he is outside. I have to say, the hurt paw didn't slow him down much. He found stairs hard and jumping up on the bed, but otherwise he just walked on 3 paws or limped.

I rejoined Postcrossing last week and have been organising my postcards. I have vintage cards from my family and I have been going through them. I bought plastic covers for them and a new box so I can actually show people them. They have spent too many years hidden away. While I have been going through them, I have posted a couple of them on Facebook and shared the family history. I am trying to decide how to write notes on them. I was thinking post-it notes stuck to the plastic, but not sure if they will stay stuck. I always end up with a million projects on the go, huh? lol

Currently Reading

Been on a graphic novel kick, so nothing technically in progress right now.

Audiobook


Weekly Reading

Lazarus - Volume 5: Cull ~ I bought this last year and was so excited. I love this series about a strong female. I should have reread the series first, though. I forgot some details and it took me a bit to get hooked because I was trying to remember things. There is a new book out a bit later this year, so I plan to do a reread before it to refresh my memory entirely. I did really enjoy this, don't get me wrong, but I have too many comic series on the go and the storylines kind of run together or get hazy. I am glad I checked this series out, though, and look forward to more. Strongly recommended!

Sex Criminals - Volume 4: Fourgy ~ My mother actually bought this for me for Christmas. She asked if there were any comics I wanted and I sent the list to the store itself, so I am not sure what she thought when she went to pick this one up. lol It's a strange series that I wouldn't expect to like at all, but I have been enjoying it. Because I hardly read last year, it has been a while since I read the previous volumes in these series I am catching up on, and I think I should have done a reread of this one, too. I will for Volume 5. Strongly recommended!

Lady Killer - Volume 2 ~ I was excited when I found out there was a Volume 2 in this series. Volume 1 kind of seemed like a standalone. There was no marking on it to say Volume 1. It was just called Lady Killer. This was another one of the comics I decided to catch-up on at Christmas. A stay-at-home mother who has a secret life makes for an interesting story-line. The ending was a bit of a cliff-hanger, so that means a Volume 3. I am excited. Strongly recommended!








Watching


Gilmore Girls continues to be the main thing I am watching. I am on Season 4 now. I am enjoying it. It is good, mindless fun. There are not complicated storylines to keep track of or anything. I think it fits my mind at the moment. I am looking forward to seeing the new season that was released. I will get there soon!


I told myself I was not starting any new shows because I am so behind at the moment. But, I heard about this show and how it was done by the same person that did House and decided yesterday to give it a try. I love it! It has the same wit as House did, but it also is new and fresh. It is a show about an autistic surgeon. Freddie Highmore does such a good job playing him, too. He really is a talented actor. I look forward to more of this show!

I also watched Big Bang Theory, Young Sheldon, The Curse of Oak Island, The Good Place, and a bit of Once Upon a Time. Oh, and Star Trek: Discovery. I still need to watch the newest This is Us. This list is why I didn't want to start any new shows. lol We also watched the episode of David Letterman on Netflix where he interviews Barack Obama. Very well done!

New Additions

Turtles All the Way Down by John Green

Weekly Posts

Sunday, January 14, 2018

Week in Review (2)


Life

Life has been interesting. 2018 is starting off quiet, but also with weird weather. Usually, after Christmas, we get snow. We currently have 16 degree Celsius weather and can see our lawn. It is also raining. If all the rain we have got was snow, we may have seen our lawn again in May. I don't mind a bit of snow, but you also have to be practical. My heat is off right now. When can you normally turn your heat off in January? It is supposed to get cold next week, and I am sure we will get snow before the winter is over, but still weird! They say that Nova Scotia is, on average, the warmest province in Canada and I believe it. (Only because B.C. goes so far up North). 

I have to go off on a tangent. I am going to complain about my experience with Amazon. We live off the beaten path, so I have Amazon Prime for those things that are not easy to get here. This amazing Amazon Prime is supposed to make parcels arrive sooner than if you don't have Amazon Prime. Except, they use Purolator for their deliveries a lot of the time and their service is terrible. I got a parcel yesterday that they first lost and then they kept blaming the weather for being delayed. Yes, provinces are having storms, but when the parcel is in my province for 2-3 days and you keep telling me it is delayed because of bad weather, I am going to get mad. There was no bad weather.  I became that customer. I probably complained 5 times about the poor service and have really reconsidered my renewing my Prime. Is it worth it? Sure, it is great if I am getting low on cat litter, for example, and don't have time to run to a store that carries cat litter, but if the parcel takes a week to get here... I need to go to a store to get litter anyway. (Not really what happened, just an example.) I have been dissatisfied for a while because I remember when you preordered a book, you would get it a bit early. Now, I am way behind. But, no bookstore here anymore sadly. I know people love Amazon, but I am just frustrated lately.

Currently Reading


Audiobook


Weekly Reading

The Hate U Give ~ The first audiobook of 2018. I loved it! It was on a lot of Best of.. lists for 2017, and I did start it in December of 2017, but it was a great way to start 2018 off. The narrator was really good, too. I am almost nervous to say any more about this book, but just know it is worth checking out. Strongly recommended!




 Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda ~ I followed up a great audiobook, with a great novel. This is one I have wanted to check out for a while and I am so glad I finally did! It was really well written. The author really expresses the life of a 16 year old boy well. I got really engrossed in this book. It is another strongly recommended read!




Nimona ~ In continuing with books I have been meaning to check out, I finally checked out this one. It was another fun read. Nimona was a fun character. Noelle Stevenson always writes great stuff. I look forward to what she does next! Strongly Recommended!





Saga - Volume 8 ~ I love me some Saga! I am always very excited when a new copy is released. This was no exception. I am all ready looking forward to Volume 9! Strongly recommended!











Watching


I am up to Season 3 of this series. I am enjoying checking it out. It is exactly what I like in a show, but I just didn't get into it before. We will see how it continues to go.


We are still only on Season 1 of this show. I think we watched one whole episode since my last post. I like it. I am not sure why we have such a hard time with it.


I don't watch a lot of movies, but I love musicals and I LOVED this! I have always loved the idea of circus, but never go because there are some negative ideas surrounding them nowadays. But, you have to applaud P.T. Barnum for seeing something in people that no one else did and going from rags to riches. It was so well done!

I also watched the newest episodes of The Big Bang Theory, Young Sheldon, and The Good Place.



New Additions

Saga - Volume 8

Weekly Posts


Sunday, January 07, 2018

Week in Review (1)


Life

I decided to see if I can resurrect this blog. I haven't blogged since August because my reading was pretty much non-existent last year. And, I know that I can talk about things other than reading, but I just never sit down and write the post. In 2016, I blogged every Sunday. I am going to see if I can do that again for 2018.

It is hard to recap so much time. In January I always think I need to get back on track with things. So, I make lists and pick up old hobbies. Then, as the year goes, I start fizzling. One big thing I did in 2016, that I slacked on last year, was my bullet journal. I think once I got out of the habit of doing it last year, it became like I was not accountable to my plans or projects. This year, even though I still have a perfectly nice journal left from last year, I started right from scratch and am determined to get back in the habit. I like to do lists and checking off when I accomplish something. I also got a new package of the pens I really like for Christmas. I am sure projects will fall to the wayside, but we will see how it goes.

I really just want to read this year. I hardly read anything last year. It was one of my worst reading years ever. My TBR didn't really grow last year, but it didn't really decrease either. I need to get back on track with that!

Currently Reading 


Audiobook


Weekly Reading

The Sandman - Volume 1: Preludes & Nocturnes ~ This was actually a reread for me. I added it to Goodreads in 2011, but I know that I read it before I started reading Fables in 2009. I hated it. I was not reading graphic novels yet, it was weird, and I never read on in the series. But, since I got more into graphic novels, I felt like this was a huge series missing from my reading. Over the holidays, the e-books of this series went on sale. So, now I have to hopefully like this series more than I did the first time I tried it. On the plus side, I enjoyed this more than I did the first time I read it and immediately started Volume 2 after finishing it. This just goes to show you can evolve as a reader. When I read this the first time, I never thought I would be the big graphic novel reader I became. This book is why I was hesitant to start Fables, etc. Glad it went better this time. Recommended!

The Sandman - Volume 2: The Doll's House ~ I then moved on to Volume 2 in the series. This was the first time I ever read this particular volume and it went pretty well. The series is definitely on the darker side, but it is becoming a page turning type of series. A series that follows the Sandman around can't help but being intriguing because dreams are something we all share and the Sandman is just one of those things we have heard about before. I am glad I decided to finally add this series to my list of read series. Recommended!

The Sandman - Volume 3: Dream Country ~ This volume collects 4 short stories into one. The stories are all unrelated, but The Sandman, Morpheus, plays minor roles. I enjoyed the story about what cats dream about because I can totally see cats believing they are the top of the chain and wanting to be there again. It is a good story to fit cats personalities. The other stories caught my interest as well. This was a shorter volume and I read it rather quickly. Recommended!


Everafter - Volume 1: The Pandora Protocol ~ Fables! Fables! I love Fables! I was kind of putting reading this series off, but when I got Volume 2 this month... I decided it was time. I am happy every time they decide to do a spin-off series. This series takes place after the events in the main story-line and includes characters we have met before, but also some new ones. I enjoyed it! Recommended!



Everafter - Volume 2: The Unsentimental Education ~ When I went to read this, I looked up when Volume 3 was supposed to be out. No Volume 3. And, upon reading this, I would say that it was because the series got cancelled. This seemed a bit rushed and there are some story-lines that didn't get explained at all. It was still good, but it could have been better. I am all caught up on Fables now and that makes me sad. I hope there is something else set to come out, but this might be the end of a 9 year friendship! (I read my first volume of Fables in January of 2009.)





Watching


One of the reasons why my reading died last year was because I watched way more TV last year than I normally do. I need to find a happier medium this year, but I did start out the year with Gilmore Girls. I have definitely watched a lot of this before, but I am not sure if I saw every episode. I am finishing up the second season and having fun with it. This is a lead up to finally watch the reunion show. It will take me a bit of time to get to the end, but I am happy I randomly chose this show as my next project.


I am watching Gilmore Girls on my own, but with the guy I am attempting to catch-up in Once Upon a Time. I have seen the first season about 3 times now, and we are about to watch the second season for the second time. But, then we fizzle. It usually happens because I generally want to read instead of watch TV. So, we will see how it goes. We have been stalled on this show since earlier in the week. I want to get moving on it because The Crown is another show we watch together and I want to see the second season. 


For those of you that do not know, I live in Nova Scotia, Canada. I am very aware of Oak Island, but have never actually been on it. They allow tours in the summer now, so really must get around to that before they close the island again. I am sporadic with this show, but have been watching the most recent season. We watched the most recent episode this week and it was kind of a filler episode. I keep saying that if they find anything amazing, it will be on the news before the episode airs. They have definitely gone further than others, though, so I keep hoping they will figure out the mystery. It is something that has intrigued me since I was a little kid.


One of my favourite shows that I actually have watched as it aired over the years. It continues to be fun, but I don't think I like the newest season as much as some of the others. The wedding is getting fun, though, so the latest season is starting to get going.


I am not sure if I like this show, but I keep watching. It is not as funny as The Big Bang Theory, but it has potential. I just have never been a big fan of young main characters, but I am doing better than I used to. And, Sheldon's mom is so much like his mother in The Big Bang Theory. I know it is her daughter, but she is my favourite character.


I was starting to wonder where this show went. I hadn't seen an episode in a long time. It is a fun show, but nothing amazing. I enjoy watching it, though, and am curious where the show is going to go next.

New Additions

Sex Criminals - Volume 4: Fourgy (Christmas)
Giant Days - Volume 6 (Christmas)
Monstress - Volume 2: The Blood (Christmas)
Everafter - Volume 2: The Unsentimental Education (Read)
Lady Killer - Volume 2

Weekly Posts

None, but if I leave this off, I forget about it.