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Reading Order: The Shadowhunters Chronicles

The Series Order There are multiple ways to read The Shadowhunter Chronicles. One is by the order the series began to be published. I. The Mortal Instruments The most main/first series of The Shadowhunter Chronicles. This series is mainly set in the year 2007 and revolves around the Shadowhunter Clary Fray. City of Bones City of… Continue reading Reading Order: The Shadowhunters Chronicles

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Reading Order: The Selection

The Selection Books in Chronological Order: The Queen – Novella.  Included in Happily Ever After. The Prince – Novella. Included in Happily Ever After. The Selection – Book #1. The Elite – Book #2. The Guard – Novella. Included in Happily Ever After. The One – Book #3. The Epilogue – Short Story. Included in Happily Ever After.    … Continue reading Reading Order: The Selection

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Lemony Snicket: The Unfortunate Reading Order

There are two main series, A Series of Unfortunate Events, and All the Wrong Questions. There are also several tie in books and pamphlets. A Series of Unfortunate Events - Original series, 13 books, Lemony Snicket chronicling the lives of the Baudelaires. All the Wrong Questions - 4 books, Lemony Snicket gives an account of… Continue reading Lemony Snicket: The Unfortunate Reading Order

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Harry Potter: Where To Begin?

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (or Philosopher’s Stone) Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets  Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows The Sequel Harry Potter and… Continue reading Harry Potter: Where To Begin?

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Pride Month: Books With Asexual Representation

If you've been around my blog for a while, you'll know I identify as asexual. So, since June is pride month, I thought I'd share some interesting books featuring asexual characters. Let me know if you know any others worth being included!   <- Victor Vale (the main character) is depicted as asexual.   Alys,… Continue reading Pride Month: Books With Asexual Representation

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In What Order Should “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” Be Read?

If you want to start with the original radio show, you can find it there.     The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy –  The Restaurant at the End of the Universe –  Life, the Universe and Everything –  So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish –  Mostly Harmless –  The Hitchhiker’s guide to the Galaxy by Eoin Colfer Eight… Continue reading In What Order Should “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” Be Read?

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Reading Order: The Lunar Chronicles

Publication Order: Cinder Glitches – Short Story. Collected later in Stars Above. Scarlet  The Queen’s Army – Short Story. Collected later in Stars Above. The Little Android – Short Story. Collected later in Stars Above. Cress Carswell’s Guide to Being Lucky – Short Story. Collected later in Stars Above. Fairest  The Princess and the Guard – Short Story. Collected later in Stars Above.   Winter… Continue reading Reading Order: The Lunar Chronicles

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Reading Order: The Chronicles of Narnia

The Magician’s Nephew and The Horse and His Boy are set earlier in the story of Narnia, but published after, making them some sort of prequel. When first published, the books were not numbered. C.S. Lewis’s reply to a letter from an American reading who was having an argument with his mother on the subject: I think… Continue reading Reading Order: The Chronicles of Narnia

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Discussion: How To – Start A Book Blog

Advice from a Not-So-Seasoned Not-Quite-Professional A long while ago, I wrote a discussion with my advice on ARC requests. Surprisingly, to me at least, a lot of people liked it and found it useful. And I realized something, I feel like a floundering child when it comes to this blog, but with a year and… Continue reading Discussion: How To – Start A Book Blog