Can you believe half the year is almost gone already?
April fools! Not. It’s May you all. Have you been sticking to your New Year’s resolutions? Me neither. Thankfully, we’ve been sticking to our April CRC and here are some of the thoughts that we have about the books we read this past month.
Continue reading “CRC’s April Wrap-Up”
It’s hard to believe that we’re already almost a third of the way through 2017 when it still feels like it was only January 1st last week. So, here we go again, here is April’s Cabeswater Reading Challenge prompt:
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You’re welcome in advance
Adam is Ronan’s, Ronan is Adam’s, and even in 2017 our hearts still belong to both of them. Here are 10 songs that remind us of RonanXAdam. For those who haven’t yet read the series, make The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater your new year’s resolution. Enjoy!
Continue reading “Within and Without”
The release of the final instalment to our beloved The Raven Cycle last April was undeniably bittersweet. We were so grieved that we needed the whole of eight months to mourn before we could publish this post. Okay, not entirely true. Our absence from Cabeswater was majorly held liable by our senior year demands and graduation (and starting university and adjusting to a new life and basically every other empty excuse you can think of).
Despite everything, we are here to talk about it now! And you know what they say, better to be late than never. Continue reading “5 Honest Comments on The Raven King”
Are any of your favourite book series ending this 2016? We feel you. These are the 5 stages of grief you’ll go through after closing that final book.
As they say, all good things must come to an end. So, when you pick up that very first book of a series you’ve also signed up for its imminent end. But just because you can see the end coming it doesn’t make it less painful, especially when the series has given you so much life.
Continue reading “The End. The 5 Stages of Dealing With The End of A Series”
In celebration of our first official blog post and in anticipation of the conclusion to Maggie Stiefvater’s enigmatic The Raven Cycle, we are listing our thoughts on what might, and what would hopefully, happen in The Raven King.
In celebration of our first official blog post and in anticipation of the conclusion to Maggie Stiefvater’s enigmatic The Raven Cycle, we are listing our thoughts on what might, and what would hopefully, happen in The Raven King. Here we go:
Continue reading “All Hail the Raven King”