Ok so this weeks topic is all about TV shows. I love binging TV shows but I just wished that the Australian Netflix had as much on it as the US Netflix.
The Big Bang Theory – It is so sad that this is coming to an end
Buffy and Angel – I have put these together since they are linked shows.
Chuck – I could watch this all day
Charmed – This is so easy to binge through.
Gilmore Girls – This is like my guilty pleasure. I don’t know how many times I have watched it.
Kim’s Convenience – I have only recently watched this but I watched both of the seasons available on Netflix and really enjoyed it.
Gotham – Anything about Batman I love.
Criminal Minds – I love binging this show
A Series of Unfortunate Events – I LOVE THIS SHOW!!!!!!!!!!
Lucifer – I love this show and I need season 3 to be available in Aus NOW!!!!
This makes me want to go and watch some show. What are some of your favourite binge-worthy shows?
This weeks topic is a back to school freebie so I am going to list the top ten books set in boarding schools. These books may or may not be centered around the characters
House of Night series by P.C & Kristin Cast
Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
Tiny Pretty Things by Sona Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton
Magisterium Series by Holly Black
Gallagher Girls series by Ally Carter
Covenant Series by Jennifer L Armentrout
A Study in Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro
Ok so I could only find 7 books that I have read.
I don’t know about you but I get into reading slumps all the time. Either from having way to much on and my body and brain just want to shit down for a period or I have read a really good book that I just need some time afterwards. Whatever has put you in the slump here are some books that I think are perfect to get you out.
The Covenant Series by Jennifer L Armentrout
Gallagher Girls Series by Ally Carter
Comic books or Graphic novels
Amy and Rodgers Epic Detour by Morgan Matson
The Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket
Anything written by Sarah J Maas
Harry Potter by J K Rowling
The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer
Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco
The Illuminae Series by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
Ok so lets just start this off with I am sooooo far behind and I don’t think I can reach my goal of 36 books.
Week three consists of days 13-19 and has been a pretty bad reading week.
A: 8 – Ancient Runes, Arithmacy, Astronomy, Care of Magical Creatures, Charms, Herbology, Muggle Studies & Transfiguration. I have also started History of Magic
E: 2 – Arithmacy & Muggle Studies. I have started Ancient Runes.
O: 0 – I have started Arithmacy
Daimon by Jennifer L Armentrout
Half-Blood by Jennifer L Armentrout
Pure by Jennifer L Armentrout
Tales of Beedle the Bard by J.K. Rowling
Deity by Jennifer L Armentrout
These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner
Talking as Fast as I Can by Lauren Graham
Gotham by Gaslight by Brian Augustyn
Elixar by Jennifer L Armentrout
Fables Vol 1 by Bill Willingham
So I don’t know if there is any saving this readathon but I would like to get at least 3 O’s this week.
Hope you are all doing better than I am.
Wow it feels like forever since I have done a TTT post but I have to admit that some of the recent topics just haven’t interested me lately so I haven’t done them. However I use a lot of bookish websites so this weeks topic is right up my alley and I can’t wait to share these gems with you. (Some of them I am sure you already know about).
My Bookish Lyfe – This is a fairly new to me blog but I am loving going through Ashlee Marie’s posts.
The Book Moo – Mel from The Book Moo is the creator of the Series Crackdown Readathon and does great reviews, updates and Netflix addiction posts.
Silvia Reads Books – Silvia does great reviews as well. She also really good recaps and recommendation posts.
Kristin Kraves Books – Kristin does great reviews and I love all the graphics that she uses. She also has great Tags posts.
The Book Raven – Tiana from The Book Raven is an prolific blogger. I hope to one day have my blog as good as hers.
Munch Reviews – Maddie from Munch Reviews does awesome book reviews, Top Ten Tuesday & WWW Wednesday posts, and other posts.
Little Book Owl’s Readathon Calendar – Ok so this is more like one page on a blog website but it is extremely helpful. I love participating in Readathons but half the battle is finding out about them with enough time to prepare what the hell you are going to read. Catriona from the Little Book Owl has a calendar on her blog that shows all the readathons planned for the year (well at least the ones she is told about). I have found this calendar super useful in planning what readathons I want to participate in.
Book Series Recaps – Ever started reading a series and then have to wait a year for the next book to come out only to get to that release date and completely forget what has happened so far? I do this all the time and then feel as though I need to reread the entire series to be up to date but Book Series Recaps has detailed summaries of what happened in previous books including any spoilers.
Recaptions – Similar to Book Series Recaps, Recaptions is a site just for series recaps. What I like about this site more than Book Series Recaps is everything is in dot point and I find the recaps to be a bit more in-depth. (This is the site that I am aiming to get my recaps page similar too and then maybe become a Recaptions sidekick)
Goodreads – Ok this one might be an obvious answer but I use Goodreads nearly everyday. I might not be updating my reading progress as much as I should but there are many functions that I love in Goodreads. I love the groups area as I am involved in many groups and many of them have monthly books that we all read and discuss. I also spend a lot of time using the list area. The list area makes it super easy to create new releases posts and to organize my book hauls.
I can’t wait to see what your favourite bookish sites are. Link your post in the comments if you have done this TTT as well or just comment with your favourite sites.