In defense of Slytherin House

Slytherin may not have the best reputation in the wizarding world. The Harry Potter series as a whole paints the house as pretty awful, I mean there is the Malfoy family, the Lestrange/Black family and not to mention the main man himself, Tom Riddle, better known as Lord Voldemort. Not many children reading the books … Continue reading In defense of Slytherin House

Reading Harry Potter as an adult

I started re-reading the Harry Potter series in February and I've enjoyed every second of it. Diving back into the wizarding world after years of not reading the books or watching the movies was, needless to say, magic. My life has been consumed by Harry and company and I'm loving it! Reading Harry Potter as … Continue reading Reading Harry Potter as an adult

Edinburgh

Dear fear, I'm going on a trip with creativity. I know you'll tag along, you always do. In April I went to Edinburgh with one of my best friends. It was such a fun trip and the holiday blues are still so real! We laughed so much, got lost because Google maps didn't know where … Continue reading Edinburgh

Harry Potter Readathon Update

I'm still enjoying my Harry Potter readathon so much! I'm onto the Goblet of Fire and I'm enjoying every second of it. When I was in Copenhagen I was reading The Chamber of Secrets and I couldn't pass up the chance to take photos of the book when it looked like I was in Hogwarts. … Continue reading Harry Potter Readathon Update

Harry Potter Readathon

I haven't read Harry Potter in years! I remember going to the midnight releases with my sister every time a new book would come out. Now that it's been twenty years since the first Harry Potter book came out I wanted to do a readathon and read the series again as an adult. I know … Continue reading Harry Potter Readathon

January wrap up

One month into 2018 and how is everyone getting on with their reading challenge? I want to read twenty four books this year, two every month. I know it's not a lot but sometimes it's hard to fit in just one book. Last year I didn't read a lot, but I've already read three books … Continue reading January wrap up