Book Adaptations: The Best Adaptations of Hades and Persephone

Hey! Hallie here! It’s pretty late in the day on Valentine’s Day, but I couldn’t leave you guys without a Valentine’s Day post. Today I’m going to be talking about my favorite fictional couple, Hades and Persephone. Calling this a book adaptations post is a bit of a stretch considering all of the texts thatContinue reading “Book Adaptations: The Best Adaptations of Hades and Persephone”

Book Adaptations: The Best Cinderella Movies

Hi! It’s Annie! Recently, Roger and Hammerstein’s ‘Cinderella’ was finally put on Disney + for Valentine’s Day. Though this version of Cinderella was seemingly forgotten for a while, it is still known to be one of the best and most iconic depictions of the story. It has taken far too long for this version ofContinue reading “Book Adaptations: The Best Cinderella Movies”

Books: Harry Potter Characters That Deserve More Recognition Than Draco Malfoy

Hey! Hallie here! There’s been a lot of talk amongst Harry Potter fans about which characters are much worse than the books seem to think they are. Among these characters are Albus Dumbledore, who left Harry in an abusive home, Severus Snape, who bullied children as a grown adult, and of course, Draco Malfoy. EvenContinue reading “Books: Harry Potter Characters That Deserve More Recognition Than Draco Malfoy”

Book Adaptations: Best Additions to ‘Good Omens’

Hey! Hallie here! Today I would usually write a Twins in Media post, but from here on out this week is going to get a little hectic with schedules. It is the week of Christmas, after all. Nevertheless, I do want to give you some geeky goodness today, and after some new merch was FINALLYContinue reading “Book Adaptations: Best Additions to ‘Good Omens’”

Books: Winter Recommendations

Hi! It’s Annie! The weather’s getting even colder so you know what that means! Time for getting cozy under the covers and reading more books! I really wasn’t expecting that many people to be interested in my Fall reading list, so I really hope this one also lives up to expectations. I’m still going somewhatContinue reading “Books: Winter Recommendations”

Books: An Honest Look at the Hogwarts Houses

Hey! Hallie here! Sorting Hat quizzes definitely haven’t gone down in popularity since the entire ‘Harry Potter’ controversy happened. Recently a friend of mine sent me another Sorting Hat quiz, which isn’t a surprise, but what did catch me off guard was how differently everyone seems to view each of the Hogwarts houses. There’s alwaysContinue reading “Books: An Honest Look at the Hogwarts Houses”

Books: Unpopular ‘Harry Potter’ Opinions

Hi! It’s Annie! Recently the Harry Potter fandom has gone through the ringer because of…well…she-who-must-not-be-named. Through the realizations of her prejudices, people have started talking more and more about what they found wrong with the book series. I want to say that I will always like Harry Potter as a series, mostly because of howContinue reading “Books: Unpopular ‘Harry Potter’ Opinions”

Book Adaptations: Peter Pan

Hi! It’s Annie! Happy November everyone! Now that we’re back to our regular posts, I wanted to cover a piece of media that is one of the most nostalgic for me. When I was younger I considered myself a Lost Girl (and kind of still do). Neverland was an escape for me more than anyContinue reading “Book Adaptations: Peter Pan”

Books: Best and Worst Couples

Hi! It’s Annie! Again, I have to go back to books since I feel this time of the year is the best for reading. You can finally snuggle under a blanket without practically dying from the heat! In my last post I did sort of hint at not liking Jane Eyre and Mr. Rochester asContinue reading “Books: Best and Worst Couples”

Books: Fall Recommendations

Hi! It’s Annie! This might sound kind of odd, but colder weather is definitely my favorite time to read. There is nothing better than a warm blanket, a cup of tea, and a good book. This also means there’s no better time to share some of my fall book recommendations! These are books I preferContinue reading “Books: Fall Recommendations”