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Monthly Archives: October 2012
Transcript Hey everyone this is Meghan from Coffee & Wizards. Today I’m here to talk about Eon: Dragoneye Reborn by Allison Goodman. This book was recommended to me by various book bloggers, including Amy at Tripping over Books. It has … Continue reading
Transcript Hey everyone this is Meghan from Coffee & Wizards. I am here to talk to you about this book: Past Perfect by Leila Sales. It’s kind of a split between a contemporary romance and a historical romance because it … Continue reading
Fantastic Five Friday is a new weekly meme hosted by Anna at The Weekly Enthusiast. You can take part even if you don’t have your own blog: just comment on her FFF post of the week! Five Favourite Bromances 5. Esposito and … Continue reading
Transcript Hey everyone this is Meghan from Coffee & Wizards. Today I’d like to talk to you about this book: The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith. The Statistical Probability of Love at First is … Continue reading
This is a weekly feature (Wednesdays) where Christa of Hooked on Books and myself will be watching and discussing all of the reboot of Doctor Who. Posts will contain spoilers for that episode and ones before it, so you may want to watch the … Continue reading
Top Ten Book to Get You Into the Halloween Spirit hosted by The Broke and the Bookish 10. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J. K. Rowling It’s got witches and wizards and magical beasts. Goblins and ghosts and magical … Continue reading
Maybe this is the language major with a minor in women studies in me speaking, but I think the things we say are just as important as the things we do. The words we use reflect our biases in ways … Continue reading
Transcript Hey everyone, this is Meghan from Coffee & Wizards. Today I’m here to talk to you about Legend by Marie Lu. Legend is a dystopian novel about a couple of characters who live two very different lives. The first … Continue reading