Bibliomancy For Beginners, Books, Musings, YA (Young Adult)

Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor Review (Bibliomancy for Beginners)

That’s right folks we are almost done with this season of Bibliomancy for Beginners only one more book! *shock and awe*

I know you guys are all sad about it but don’t worry we have super secret plans in the works.  Secret plans you won’t hear about until the end of the next episode so be sure to stay tuned in!


Title: Days of Blood and Starlight
Author: Laini Taylor
Publisher: Little, Browne Books for Young Readers
Page #: 517
Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Paranormal


Almost done.  I believe.  Let’s go.

Adult, Bibliomancy For Beginners, Books

Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides Discussion (Bibliomancy for Beginners)

What?  I actually am posting two days in a row and one of those posts is literally a book club episode.  Somebody check to make sure the world hasn’t ended.

You know how this goes by now!


Title: Middlesex
Author: Jeffrey Eugenides
Publisher: Picador
Page #: 529
Genre: Historical Fiction, Literary Ficion, LGBTQIA+ Fiction

We do plan to make book club a regular thing again … hopefully… if life maybe stops being shit.  It won’t stop but we can hope.

Bibliomancy For Beginners, Books, YA (Young Adult)

A Fierce and Subtle Poison by Samantha Mabry (Bibliomancy for Beginners)

Alright we are caught up.  This post was supposed to come out today.  It came out today, *breathes a huge sigh of relief*  From now on we are moving forward and we are going to stay on track or so help me, I’ll have to apologize AGAIN.


Title: A Fierce and Subtle Poison
Author: Samantha Mabry
Publisher: Algonquin Young Readers
Page #: 288
Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary, Magical Realism

Alright, there we are.  We did it.  We got caught up.  There were a million posts, but its there now, we managed it.  I will see you guys tomorrow for a new post!

Bibliomancy For Beginners, Books, YA (Young Adult)

Nostalgia Junkie: The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman (Bibliomancy for Beginners)

Speaking of late content, we did this live stream last Sunday which was very nearly a week lately.  Not quite, but almost.  Casey joined us for this discussion which is always a good time!


Title: The Golden Compass
Author: Philip Pullman
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
Page #: 399
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy

I hope this episode was entertaining for you all, a bit contented I think.  Will hopefully be posting the rest as they come.

Bibliomancy For Beginners, Books, YA (Young Adult)

Invisible Fault Lines by Kristen-Paige Madonia (Bibliomancy for Beginners)

Those of you who saw my last post will know why this post is two weeks late.  We did do this hangout two weeks ago, I just never got around to posting it.  So here we are, I have it for you, if you missed the livestream:


Title: Invisible Fault Lines
Author: Kristen-Paige Madonia
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Page #: 320
Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary, Magical Realism

I wasn’t feeling well when we did this livestream but we managed to get it out to you.

Bibliomancy For Beginners, Books, Musings

#NostalgiaJunkie Season 2?

Remember the good old days when I wasn’t late posting?  I have been struggling again guys, come help me out!  Send me all of your love and well wishes~

In any case, this was supposed to be posted yesterday and it completely slipped my mind.  It was live on the YouTube channel in time but that’s about it at this point.

I will also be posting something that has been missing the last few days on the blog later today, and the Wednesday post that was supposed to be out today anyway.  ALL OF THE POSTS ALL OF THE TIME…. or all of the posts just on Wednesdays… how would you like a weeks worth of content in one day.  Probably will be way too overwhelming.


Whose ready to read some middle grade fiction?  We are!  I’ll be back in a few hours don’t you worry.

Bibliomancy For Beginners, Books, YA (Young Adult)

Bone Gap by Laura Ruby Review (Bibliomancy for Beginners)

The semester is over and you know what that means! Bibliomancy for Beginners comes back!  Woo!  That means all kinds of great discussions about books and things.

For all of the information on this book club and how exactly you can join in, definitely check out the page up above marked with its name!  There are fun times to be had.


Title: Bone Gap
Author: Laura Ruby
Publisher: Balzer + Bray
Page #: 373
Genre: Young Adult, Magical Realism, Contemporary

That’s all we have for you guys today folks!  See you in two weeks!

Adult, Bibliomancy For Beginners, Books, YA (Young Adult)

Bibliomancy for Beginners Season 4 Announcement!

Alright, this is the last one I swear!  Also, it was supposed to be released today so you know, at least there is that!

Are you hyped?  If you have any more questions there is a page on this blog with all of the book club socials.

Adult, Bibliomancy For Beginners, Books, Comics

#imbibliomancy: Death Vigil by Stjepan Sejic Review (Bibliomancy for Beginners Book Club)

Remember how once a month we do drunk book club?  Well this is the last one of Taylor and Gretchen’s undergraduate careers, so its a momentous occasion.  Honestly it is one of our best discussions as well.


Series Title: Death Vigil
Volume Number: 1
Collected Issues: #1-8
Writer: Stjepan Sejic
Illustrator: Stjepan Sejic
Publisher: Image Comics
Page #: 284
Genre: Fantasy, Horror

Hope you guys enjoy this!  If you want to know what we are reading next and when the live streams are scheduled you should definitely check out the Bibliomancy page up above and follow the book club’s social media.  We have a bunch of fun!

Bibliomancy For Beginners, Books, YA (Young Adult)

#imbibliomancy The Queen of the Tearling Review (Bibliomancy for Beginners)

Its time for a new section of #imbibliomancy.  Once a month the Bibliomancy for Beginners book club get together and try and tell you what they thought about books while in various stages of tipsiness.

This first episode is Gretchen’s pick and unsurprisingly it is a fantasy but surprisingly it seems to bridge the YA and adult fantasy genres.  This is sure to be an interesting discussion all around!


Title: The Queen of the Tearling
Author: Erika Johansen
Publisher: Harper
Page #: 448
Genre: Fantasy, Young Adult

The next episode will be in March and we will be reading Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel.  If you want to stay updated on what the book club is reading and when the meetings will be you should check out the Bibliomancy for Beginners page for all of its social media!

That’s all for now folks I will come to you soon with a new book review!