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An Idea // Posts that Allow Me to Rant!

Good afternoon, worms (of books)!

I decided to try this after seeing QuirkyVictorian’s  post over at (Over)Analysing Literature about separate posts for ranting. Now, I rant mainly when I really liked a part, character, or concept from a book. Or hate, I suppose. Ranting includes both! So you wouldn’t have to worry about my home page getting clogged with password protected posts.

Hint, hint – that means I want to make a separate password protected rant post for some books. Thus, I will put the password in the review post to unlock the spoiler-y post. I had considered placing it in the title of the password protected post itself, but I feel wrong doing that… Because the rant companion will not be a review, only my rants. So all my real thoughts are in the review post. Plus, we don’t want any spoilerific accidents!

So that’s all I really had to say for this post… I have a review coming up soon. And as a beginning to these rant companions, I may post one for my Penryn & the End of Days review? I’d see if I can alter the date, so it appears right after the review post to keep things organized. Or I should just forget that one and move to a different one, buuuut… I really wanted to talk brutality in that series, heh. I’ll see what I can do!

Other books are being read and prepared for review as we speak! Check out my Goodreads to see what I’m currently reading!

Ta-ta for now!


Welcome to both of us!

Welcome to my realm of books  and peculiarities.

Here is a place where we embrace our nerdities and oddities.

Everyone has their own qualities that others might consider odd or abnormal that is a part of them and should never be demeaned. I even have a list of my own ongoing peculiarities, which also contains a few of my bookish-related ones. Feel free to share your own! But I believe peculiarity is a charming quality that is too often hidden away. Even the smallest qualities help to create the whole. I guess I bring this up because one of my favorite book genres could be considered a peculiarity by many…I’ll get to that a little farther down. Continue reading Welcome to both of us!