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Unpopular Bookish Opinions

I found this tag at booklovingnut.com so check out their unpopular opinions too! (1). A Popular Book You Did Not Like City of Bones (The Mortal Instruments) by Cassandra Clare I remember reading this around the time the Twilight series was finishing and it was so boring! The love triangles, possible incest, dull-as-hell characters –

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The Benefits of Studying Creative Writing at University

I recently finished my (BA) English and Creative Writing, and after some deliberation I applied to and am now on an MA Creative Writing course. Of course, studying creative writing at university is not necessary for becoming a writer and you might not become a good one because of it, but there are many benefits

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The Wheel of Time on Amazon Prime – What We Know So Far

Little did I know when I started reading the books several years ago that I would have an exciting TV show coming down the line to look forward to. This is what we know so far about the upcoming Wheel of Time TV show on Amazon. Many other fans may have seen the 22 minute

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Why You Should Read Mistborn

The Mistborn trilogy is often suggested to new readers of fantasy and fans of the genre alike. It always appears on my suggested reading lists, and this is why. Originality. It is so hard to bring original ideas to the table, within all art forms, but especially with fantasy books. There are defined rules that

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Titans – ‘Aqualad’ – Season 2, Episode 4: TV Review

SPOILERS ahead! My Rating: 4/5 I really enjoyed this episode. I know that flashback episodes are just fillers and some people hate them, but some flashback episodes add a lot to the story. We finally know how personal the fight of this season is. Deathstroke is the reason the Titans fell apart the first time,

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Stop Telling George R. R. Martin to Hurry Up with ‘The Winds of Winter’

Recently, I have been reading comments on Goodreads below George R.R. Martin’s ‘The Winds of Winter’ (and also on Patrick Rothfuss’ ‘Door of Stone’) that are frustrated with the wait for the new book. Shut up. We are the readers and they are the writers. It sounds like an obvious point but many seem to

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