Featuring exam stress and my #bookstagram break this week, Tuesday's Two is my journal-style way of bringing personality into my blogging. Describe your own Tuesday's Two in the comments, I'd love to get to know you all!
Featuring budding New Year's resolutions and a fun museum trip this week, Tuesday's Two is my journal-style way of bringing personality into my blogging. Describe your own Tuesday's Two in the comments, I'd love to get to know you all!
I'm back with Part Two of my reading guide! This time focusing on the companion novels and short story collections.
Of the five here, I've read one. This is partly because only three have been published as I'm writing this, and partly because... so many books, so little time! Forgive me! Anyways, I'm looking forward to reading the others so if you get there before I do, share your opinions! I'd love to hear from you anytime.
Hi everyone! I hope you've had a good start to your week. Today is Tuesday, and it's also the release date of Queen of Air and Darkness, so I wanted to start something a bit special. I sometimes feel like bloggers tend to ignore our personal lives in favor of soley bookish news, unlike BookTube, where vlogs are just as common as hauls, or Bookstagram, where it's so easy to share a picture of a favorite pet. As bloggers, our medium is text, which can feel limiting, but I want to have a more personalized presence in my corner of the internet. Hence, Tuesday's Two, where I share some journal-style current happenings in my life.
The release of Cassandra Clare’s Queen of Air and Darkness is coming up, which is Clare’s 16th book in the Shadowhunter universe. Since there have been so many, I thought I’d put together a little reading guide, for those who are just jumping into shadowhunting, and for returning readers to catch up as well.
The Shadowhunter Chronicles were my introduction to YA books, and blogging as well. It wasn’t the first fandom I was a part of, but these books brought me together with other readers for the first time, and I will be forever grateful for that. I’d like to consider this my little tribute to that part of my life, and the time I spent with these characters.
For this post, I’m only going to round up the main texts, and I’m not including the graphic novels, manga, or split volumes. These main texts fall into two categories: the five planned series written by Clare, and the short story collections which have been co-written by Clare, Sarah Rees Brennan, and Robin Wasserman.
I usually read in publication order, regardless of the chronology. However, I have included the year of setting for those readers who would like to follow the characters through time. Also included are the GoodReads synopsis for the first book of each series, if applicable.
Hey, I'm Shreya! I love to read, write, travel, and drink coffee.