Exciting news for Harry Potter fans! (Even though it’s not very newsy news when you’ve been online, unlike me, who’s been living under a rock the past few months
Earlier this week, I discovered a new edition that will be coming out soon (October 2015) of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J. K. Rowling. It’s an illustrated edition by Jim Kay and you can check out some of the illustrations used in the book on his website here, which might help you decide whether you want to buy it or not.
Continue reading Harry Potter’s adventure: illustrated!
As you may or may not have noticed already, my blog has changed its lay-out (again). If you look closer, you will notice there’s a youtube video added on your right side. Why I’m telling you this? Well, this is part of a new project to change the static feel of written reviews.
Every month, I hope to post a video of some of the books that are going to be released in the next month. I’d like to mention that I don’t mean for this to sound as if these are the best books but it’s about what I felt sounded most promising (based on summary, age category, cover and stars on Goodreads, and of course what I like to read). I hope that by doing this, I will keep you up-to-date what’s next and introduce you to different books and authors.
You’re always welcome to suggest other books and if you’ve already read a book I’ve mentioned, please let me know what you thought. I’d like to know your opinions 🙂
P.S. When I talk about the books in my video, it’s based upon the summaries I found on the internet (Goodreads, fictiondb, etc.) because I haven’t read them either. I apologize if I make wrong assumptions because of this. I do hope to review the books later with a more accurate summary. Thanks for your understanding.