Something GREEN is Coming to Fully Booked… …watch for it!
Okay, so I’m a day late but as the saying goes: “Better late than never!” For someone who professes to love books so much I feel pretty ashamed that I never knew that International Literacy Day is on September 8-until […]
Let me kick start this post with one of my favorite classic cartoon intros from 1966: Yup, its Tony Stark a.k.a. Iron Man, just about one of the coolest comic heroes ever. I’m a bit of a stickler when it […]
*WARNING: Parental Guidance is strongly recommended. Though this book contains characters who are children, it is not meant to be read by children due to the violence and graphic content. This book is classified for ADULTS ONLY. Most vampire lore […]
James Jean (visual genius behind Vertigo’s Fables, among others) has a fairly recent (July 2010) book out! Hurrah! Fans of his richly detailed work will be blown away by Rift (Chronicle Books), which features two of his stunning fantasyscapes—and then […]
The Bell Jar is the semi-autobiographical novel of Sylvia Plath whose main author is Esther Greenwood, a young, talented and driven writer who was granted a scholarship and an editorial stint in a ladies magazine one summer in NYC. To […]