Cogsmith’s Daughter

Lately I’ve been having a blast reading steampunk and while I’m not super-familiar with the genre; I’m enjoying it a lot and even have a piece of short fiction forthcoming in the style. But today I wanted to share a book I recently read and loved – The Cogsmith’s Daughter by Kate M Colby. I’d […]

Rereading The Hogfather

Check out this post showing how Adi Fitri made this amazing panel: There are two books that always make me laugh out loud as I read. One is I Want to Go Home by Gordon Korman and the other is Terry Pratchett’s Hogfather. I’m re-reading it this year – the 6th time I’ve read […]

Tintin in Tibet – Review

Perhaps the most emotional volume in Herge’s Tintin series, Tintin in Tibet (1960) is certainly the one I’ve read the most times. Not as much action as in other adventures, but with its mystery woven around a heartfelt storyline that sees Tintin and Haddock searching the snowy mountains of Tibet for Tintin’s friend Chang, it’s […]