I am not the biggest fan (understatement) of the holiday romance movie but this new Hulu film Happiest Season actually does sincerely look enjoyable. Plus it’s lovely to see some representation in a holiday romance!
Teenage Bounty Hunters
It’s like Derry Girls meets the Stephanie Plum novels and just as fun.
I originally saw this on the excellent TV Fanatic Blog and had to give it a go. I’m glad I saw the review first because the beginning was a little bumpy but in the end I speed through this series and really enjoyed it.
I really enjoyed it Birds of Prey when it came out last month. Still do. Bought it immediately when it was available and watched everything and honestly that only reinforced my biggest issue with the movie.
Besides Harley it needed stronger characters.
Hot Dog Girl
By: Jennifer Dugan
A couple of weeks ago when I did my summer reading recommendations I noted I was reading and enjoying Hot Dog Girl- which boy I should have just kept my mouth shut.
I should probably know better than to judge solely on tag lines and covers especially concerning hot dogs one of my true food enemies but boy it all came down to how much Eloise sucked and since she was the main character that turned into a problem.
The Princess and the Fangirl
By: Ashley Poston
Today I just want to talk about something happy and not the ringing of the bells- though it does involve fandom.
The Princess and the Fangirl is Ashley Poston’s second novel about what happens at
ComicCon Excelisor Con and to my surprise I actually enjoyed this one more than Geekerella which I did not expect to in the first few chapters.
Outrun the Wind
By: Elizabeth Tammi
Available: November 27th
Of all the myth retellings that I’ve read or even heard of recently the story of Atalanta, who challenged her suitors to footraces in order to stay unmarried while still collecting their money, is not one that I see around a lot. Turns out it is more than worthy of a retelling.
the upside of unrequited
by: Becky Albertalli
I really enjoyed the author’s first book Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda so I was excited to pick this one up. Molly Peskin-Suso has had twenty-six crushes but never had a boyfriend. When her twin sister meets a new girl she tries to set her up with her best friend. But Molly’s also forming a friendship with her new co-worker that might finally be the real thing.