It’s a chance to share News. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog.
Yesterday was the perfect close for a week. We ate the best sushi we’ve ever had, and for the first time in forever I actually ate sushi like I enjoyed it (because I did)…and now I’m sad that I don’t have anymore. Some of my mom’s co-workers came to the bookstore, we had a great time chatting, and they even brought me an awesome gift (I have a picture below). I got to talk Doctor Who, comics, and manga with someone other than my best friend and boyfriend. It was just an awesome day.
Monday: Shakespeare’s Star Wars – Verily, A New Hope by Ian Doescher (Review)
Tuesday: Night Rabbits by Lee Posey (Tiny Tots Review)
Wednesday: Interview with Emma Raveling, author of the Ondine Quartet (Interview and Giveaway)
Thursday: Fan Art Up 2 – Julia Kagawa’s Contest
Friday: Facts about Jasper by Danielle Young (Guest Post)
Saturday: Superior Spiderman Vol. 2 A Troubled Mind (Saturday Issue Review)
Monday: Hired Gun Release Day Blitz
Wednesday: Halee Maree Blitz
Thursday: Bulletproof by Melissa Pearl Cover Reveal
Friday: Fan Art Up 3
Saturday: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1 Cosmic Avengers
Book Themed Candles from Frostbeard Studio – These smell amazing and so true to their names! The shop has a lot more that I want to buy too, like the Doctor Who and Harry Potter themed candles. They also have Outlander, A Song of Ice and Fire, and a ton of others so please go check out their store!
A huge thank you to April and her daughter for buying these for me!!
- The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater – A Hardback addition only $2
- Salty Dog by Brad Strickland – .77 cents! I can’t believe I am still able to find these, my collection is definitely growing!
- Thor: God of Thunder #15 – Just missing #4 now! So close to having all of the issues out now
- Ms Marvel #4
- Harley Quinn #10
- Captain Marvel #7
- Rot & Ruin #1 – OMG Rot & Ruin by Jonathan Maberry in comic book form!! YES! It does seem to be different from the books though.