Under my Christmas Tree!

Another Christmas has been and gone! I really like seeing what people got for Christmas, mainly because I’m nosey, and I like writing this post every year. It’s my way of looking at everything together and feeling ever so lucky. And I get to look back at what I got last year, the year before that, the year before that and the year before that. It’s wild to see how tastes change and stay the same year after year.

Plus, I’ll bet there are other people like me that just love reading these types of posts. Welcome!

Anyone who knows me, knows I do love a good mug. And this year I was treated to two; the My Favourite Murder podcast Toxic Masculinity Ruins the Party Again mug that I wished for. And one that my parents picked up on a trip to Copenhagen! It’s a Royal Copenhagen design that has silicone to protect your hands from hot contents. Perfect for a chilly January cup of tea.

On the subject of podcasts; how brilliant is the Vermilion Minotaur pin from Hello from the Magic Tavern? I’ve really loved pins this year and I’m glad to represent the best tavern in Foon with this!

As I get older I find myself more and more excited about good skincare. So you can imagine my celebratory dance at finding the Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Concentrate in my stocking. It’s a thinner oil then I’m used to and I love how quickly my skin absorbs the goodness.

The Konjac Sponge is so weird but so cool. It’s solid when it’s dry but after a couple seconds under the tap, it starts to soften up until you have this handful of sponge that is ever so slightly gooey feeling without the goo. I’m into it, and I can’t wait to see the effect on my skin.

Since I only bought a few books in 2017 because of my self-imposed book buying ban (mini-haul here), I was really excited to get some fresh new books in my stocking. Books like the first Miss Marple novel; The Murder at the Vicarage by Agatha ChristieWomen & Power by Mary BeardI Feel Bad About My Neck by Nora EphronTravels with my Sketchbook by Chris RiddellThe Faber Book of ChristmasIt Devours! by Joseph Fink & Jeffrey Cranor and the gorgeous Folio Society edition of Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome! Gosh, there’s nothing better than a beautiful pile of books.

The entertainment continues with my new box-set of Golden Girls (in German because there’s no UK full box-set). I couldn’t be more excited to get to know Dorothy, Rose, Blanche and Sophia. And hello future foster cat/ Sims names!

The first expansion to Exploding Kittens; Imploding Kittens is going to make the game all the more fun. If you’re looking for a quick card game for a few people, you can’t beat it. This expansion also comes with a human-sized cone of shame too which is just brilliant.

Santa definitely had a theme this year! The royal cat socks are just fantastic, I’m wearing them right now and they’re keeping my feet cosy as well as making me smile every time I look down. The ‘Cat Lady’ and cat mug patches are going to be sewn onto a boring jacket I have to snazz it up.

And the big man also treated my foster cats too. The heated pet bed is currently under my desk with two very happy cats napping, and the Snuggle Kitty is going to come in handy next time I have orphan kittens!

And, of course, chocolate! The Lindt Santa had an unfortunate squash but tasted good anyway. Probably better because I didn’t have to deal with the guilt of a chocolate-y beheading.

What did you get for Christmas? Link me if you wrote a post like this!
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Required Reading Haul!

You know what’s great about being an English Literature and Creative Writing student? The books you have to buy for your module don’t count towards your self-imposed book ban. Right? Also, education and all of that great stuff. Anyway, I’m always interested in books that other universities set for required reading so I thought I would show the nine books I’ve bought for my next Open University module; A230 – Reading and Studying Literature!

The first few months of the module is looking at The Renaissance and the Long Eighteenth Century. So I might finally learn how to spell Renaissance without autocorrect! The books for this are Othello by William Shakespeare and The Duchess of Malfi by John Webster, looking at the treatment of love and death in tragedies. I haven’t read Shakespeare since school so I’m a little nervous about that, but I love a good tragedy.

Oroonoko by Aphra Behn and Candide, or Optimism by Francois Voltaire

Then we’ll move onto Oroonoko by Aphra Behn and Candide, or Optimism by Francois Voltaire, along with an autobiography of an ex-slave and accounts of mutinies. This is all about journeys and I’m really hyped for it. Does anyone else remember that scene in The Princess Diaries where Lily goes; “Voltaire, hair. I would personally like to learn about Voltaire.” Now I finally get to!

Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë

After that is Romantics and Victorians where the coursebook has a lot of the materials; poems by Wordsworth and Shelley, short stories by E. T. A. Hoffman and Robert Louis Stevenson. This is also when the chunky Victorian novels I’m really excited about come into play; mainly Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë. The other books I’m to read are The Sign of Four by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle which I’ve coincidentally already read this year! And Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, which I have several copies of because it was one of my A-level texts and I’ve struggled to read it for fun since then.

The Lonely Londoners by Sam Selvon, Dancing at Lughnasa by Brian Friel and The Emigrants by W. G. Sebald.

And if I get through all that, it’s into The Twentieth Century. The focus starts with Cities, there’ll be a bunch of New York based poems along with Dubliners by James Joyce. I actually mentioned this in Books I Want to Buy and Why #10. My university actually recommended this copy but I’m a sucker for the Penguin English Library covers and they had the same contents.

Then it shifts to Migration and Memory which just sounds fascinating! Especially with the time period; the wars and decolonisation. The books I bought are The Lonely Londoners by Sam Selvon, Dancing at Lughnasa by Brian Friel (I forgot to photograph this) and The Emigrants by W. G. Sebald but I’ll also be studying poetry by Elizabeth Bishop and James Berry’s Windrush Songs.

Overall, it’s a really interesting bunch of books and I’m going to (hopefully) read most of them in advance before my module starts in October because I hate getting behind on set reading as a mood reader. I hope this was interesting!

What do you think of my haul? What was your favourite book you were required to read?
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A Late Lush Christmas Haul!

It’s super late on Christmas Eve Eve and while I wait up for my family who are arriving tonight, I thought I’d show y’all the Lush goodies that my mum picked up for me when the was down in London. She’s the best, and made sure to get me a great selection including some Oxford Road exclusives…

I’m a big fan of Christmas at Lush, although they definitely used to be more warm and cosy. Does anyone else remember Glögg shower gel and the Gingerbread house bubble bars? They were my jam! But they still make some great exclusives around this time and I love the way my room smells with them all piled up in my lil’ Lush basket!

The first thing my mum picked up for me was the Northern Lights bath bomb because for the last four or five years, I’ve been running her a bubble bath on Christmas Eve with the Christmas Eve bubble bar. Lush discontinued it this year and this is the closest one to the scent. I think I’ll be breaking this so we can both have a half tomorrow!

I’d never actually tried the Father Christmas Bath Bomb until this week which is strange because I sold a lot of them when I worked there and it’s green inside- my favourite colour. The scent wasn’t super impressive in the tub but anytime I can see green, I’m happy.

I’m obsessed with the idea of a bath bomb/ bath melt hybrid. I hope they bring more of these out in the new year because it’s always nice to get a little extra hydration. It’s a lot more lime-y then the orange scent that I expected but it would make the perfect wake-me-up bath for Christmas morning.

Does anyone else remember when So White was a tiny plain white bath bomb that cost £1.80 and packed a punch when it came to the apple scent? I miss those. Now they’re bigger, more expensive although they do have the same kick of apple. Get it together Lush. I love the scent of apple, I’m going to keep this around for a while just to make my room smell amazing.

I used Magic Coloured Bubbles in my bath tonight and while there was a lack of actual bubbles, the deepness of the colour was amazing. I used a third and I couldn’t see my hand an inch under the water. The texture of this is like the fun soaps so I’m wondering if there’s a special technique to bring out the bubbles, since they’re so magical.

And lastly, the Snow Melt bath melt. I would’ve gone with calling it a snowball but whatever. I love these little bath melts that are basically concentrated goodness for your skin. Perfect for winter and all the dry air that comes with it!

What did you pick up from the Lush Christmas collection?
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My Muji Haul: Skincare and Pens!

I went down to London over the Summer and took the opportunity to buy a few things from Muji without the shipping costs. My main interest was skincare, although I did make sure to stock up on my favourite pens! The shop makes me want to throw everything I own out the window and try minimalism, so I went in with a plan.

My Muji Haul

I’m really trying to get a fuller routine and address some of the skin concerns I have so after copious research I’m tentatively moving forward with a couple of Muji products that I’m hoping will make a difference. So what did I pick?

My Muji Haul: Skincare

For a more DIY approach to sheet masks, I picked up two packs of the Compressed Face Masks that come with twenty each. I’m really looking forward to trying out different toners and lotions to see if I can get a really nice effect with these. Plus, it’s fun when they soak up liquid and pop up.

The big items physically are the two 180 packs of Unbleached Cotton Pads! These are not only cheaper than the ones I normally pick up from Boots, they’re unbleached which just makes me feel a little better about using them on my face. Whether that makes any difference, I don’t know, they’re unbelievably soft and thick. Treat yo’ skin!

Before I headed off to London, my eye bags were so ridiculous I probably could’ve packed in them so I used my ‘Buffy the Eye Bag Slayer’s from Anatomicals. I really liked the effect and since Muji has some Under Eye Patches that, again, you add your own toner/lotion to- I thought I’d give it a go!

My Muji Haul: Skincare

I’ve had a pack of the Sensitive Skin Sheet Masks before and they are really nice. Sheet masks in general are a nice treat and coming in at under £2 each when a pack of 5 is £9.95, I decided to stock up on these. If anyone has any sheet mask recommendations, I am all ears because I love the relaxing aspect to them.

When it comes to the add-your-own face masks, I wanted to try a few things out that I’ve already got, but I’ve been learning more about skincare and building up from my very basic cleanse-tone-moisturise into something more substantial. Including a humectant toner to help my skin soak in my moisturiser. So- the Moist Essence Lotion was added.

I have a headband that keeps my hair out of my face when I wash it, but it has velcro on it, which sticks to my hair. It’s one of those little annoyances that happens everyday so replacing the band with this stretchy one has just cut that out of my morning and evening.

My Muji Haul: pens

And lastly, pens! The Muji pens are my absolute favourite ever since I discovered them on Angela’s blog years ago. They’re cheap, easy to write with and don’t bleed through paper, my ultimate pet-peeve. But the 0.5 nib was getting a little thick so I picked up the 0.38 in my three most used colours.

Have you ever bought Muji skincare or pens? Doesn’t the shop make you want to try a minimalist lifestyle?

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Book Haul: YALC Edition!

If anyone actually went to YALC and didn’t buy a book, how did you manage? I thought I was going to be so self controlled since I had just hauled some books that week. But no. I ended up bringing home double the amount of books I went with. YALC, I love you, but my bank balance doesn’t.

The Waterstones tote was must-buy. I love anything with shelves on it.

Doodle A Day and Goth Girl and the Ghost of a Mouse by Chris Riddell
Despite Chris Riddell being my most owned illustrator, I realised while I was at YALC that all of the books I own by him are written by other people. So I picked up the first Goth Girl book which had been on my Amazon wish list for a while, and then added his Doodle A Day journal because his talk has inspired me to try drawing as a kind of emotional release. Heck, any excuse to add more Chris Riddell books to my shelves.

Nothing Tastes as Good by Claire Hennessy
On day one of YALC, I went to Claire Hennessy’s Creative Writing workshop. She just had the most wonderful energy that I bought her book and took it to get signed so I could tell her that I really enjoyed learning from her. It sounds like a really interesting book as well. I’m looking forward to reading this ASAP.

Wonder Boy by Nicole Burstein
I took Nicole Bursteins debut novel; Other Girl to YALC after adoring it last year. When I was there, I saw her new book Wonder Boy which hadn’t been released at the time, in the Waterstones stall. I had to pick it up and I can’t wait to finish this companion duology. These are the books I wish I had as a kid.

Messenger of Fear by Michael Grant
This isn’t for me, as I didn’t get along with Gone and his other stories don’t really appeal to me personally. However, he’s one of my best friends favourite authors and she’s just moved in to a new place so- what better housewarming present is there than a new book? If you read my YALC experience post you know that I stuck around an extra hour to get this signed because I’m just the best friend!

Blame by Simon Mayo
My mother was actually the enabler when it came to Blame. We went to the Join the Rebellion! Resistance and Protest in YA panel and I think she wants to read this series after hearing Simon Mayo talk about it, but used me as an excuse to pick it up. It has amazing reviews though so she’ll have to fight me for it.

Mother Tongue by Julie Mayhew

This actually isn’t being published until the 25th but YALC had a couple books that weren’t published yet for sale like Wonder Boy and Mother Tongue. This was another purchase that the Join the Rebellion! Resistance and Protest in YA panel inspired because I loved her energy and felt like if her writing mirrored that, then I’d enjoy it.

Rivers of London: Body Work by Ben Aaronovitch
My mum is a big Ben Aaronovitch fan so we went to the Fantasy London talk where he spoke and it really intrigued me. Enough to download the first book from my mums Audible account. And she picked up this, then got it signed to me. My mum is so cute. I’m super excited about it as well because I love the graphic novel format and Lee Sullivans art looks beautiful.

And a whole bunch of freebies. I have a feeling my pre-orders are about to get out of control with all these samplers.

Did you go to YALC? What did you pick up?
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The Book People Haul: Historical Fiction and Audiobooks!

I’m currently at YALC which is amazing and completely exhausting so I thought I’d just do a quick post showing you my recent haul from The Book People. I’ve talked about them over and over because they’re a really great company. Low prices, consistently excellent deals and absolutely lovely customer service. So here’s what I ordered…

And more pictures because I cannot get over that cover…

The book that started this whole haul was Katherine of Aragon: The True Queen by Alison Weir. The one I reviewed last Saturday and loved. I knew I wanted a finished hardcover copy and it was the same price as it was on Amazon so guilt-free! But to hit that over £25 free delivery, I had to buy more books, right? Right. Book buyer logic.
The Cousins’ War series by Philippa Gregory has been on my radar since I first started book blogging but I never really felt like historical fiction was my jam. However, since book blogging I’ve had some good experiences with the genre. The Crimson Ribbon and The Silvered Heart by Katherine Clements were both great reads and, and I cannot stress this enough, Katherine of Aragon: The True Queen by Alison Weir blew my mind.

And the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy series by Douglas Adams has been on my Spring and Summer TBR but I haven’t got around to it yet. So when I saw the audiobooks narrated by Stephen Fry and Martin Freeman I had a brainwave. I’d read/ listen along with the friend I introduced to Harry Potter! Boom! Over £25 so free shipping and technically 12 books.

Aaaand there will probably be a YALC haul coming up soon too. Don’t judge me! It’s a book lovers dream here.

What books have you been buying lately?
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A Little Paperchase Haul!

I don’t know a stationary addict that doesn’t love Paperchase. So when I got an email through about a sale, plus my student discount and free shipping over £25- I bought a few things I had been eying up for a while! Who can resist? This is what I ended up with…

And how about a little more detail?

These fruit push pins are adorable! I love fruit and I really want to have a cork board above my desk, when I get a new one, for inspiration. There’s 12 in the set and they’re rubber so for the sale half-price of £2.50 for 12, I’m happy! I can’t find these on the website but I bet there’s still some in-store if you’re lucky enough to live near one.

I use sticky notes a lot in my degree work for making new terms I’ve learned stand out or when I write something down that would be good in an assignment. So I picked up the on-sale Nordic Nights set and the Mystic Rose box which I can’t find online, both at £3.50. I like to have options!

My next module has six parts so I ordered two sets of these Raindrops A6 exercise books– not realising that A6 wasn’t half of A4 but I’m hoping they’ll still work! If not, I always have a use for cute notebooks and at £5 for 3, they figure out at like £1.66 each.

Almost every best friend I have has a name beginning with A, which fits because they are A+ people, but it’s pretty weird. I just seem to collect them. My own version of the A-Team. Either way, I saw this card and I actually have someone in mind for it so- Who is A? They’ll know when they get the card.
Am I the only one that thinks that paper tapes are going to be writeable-on? Well, unfortunately these Spectroscope pastel paper tapes are not…

Kind of a bummer, but I’ll find something to do with them. Any creative people or DIY gods with ideas, I’d love if you left a comment of what to do with all this tape!

Have you bought anything from Paperchase lately?
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NutriCentre Closing Down Sale Haul!

Just under two years ago I posted up a health food store haul and I was a little unsure how I felt about posting food-type posts on my blog. I’m still unsure, but I love when Lauren posts about vegetarian food, and my local health food store is closing down- bummer! I’m sad to see the end of NutriCentre as its been a part of my health kick for years, but 75% off. So I stocked up and thought I’d show what I bought. First things first…

I stocked up on my favourite protein, Spiru-tein. It’s a bit of a myth that vegetarians don’t get enough protein but while tracking my macros I did notice I was a bit low some days. A quick shake balances everything out and they taste so good. It’s basically like having a milkshake.

I also thought I’d try out some new things while I was there. The Amazing Meal’s are packed full of protein and super greens and taste pretty nice. I’m not a cook so this is a nice alternative for when I need a light lunch but can’t be bothered.

And anyone who knows me, knows I’m a chocoholic so Cacao protein is always a must-buy. I can’t wait to try it out, and if I’m not a fan of the taste I’ll just mix it with some Spiru-tein.

Super Greens! For months my personal trainer has been raving about super greens, how good they are for you and how they really boost up how you feel. So when I saw them on the shelf I knew I needed to pick some up. She was super excited that I finally got some and they do actually have an effect, even if they do taste pretty grassy.

I take a lot of vitamins already and I won’t show all the boring stuff I picked up but these Higher Nature Multi-Vit shots are like un-popping Pop Rocks that taste like Coca-Cola. It’s weird. But pretty neat.

Snacks! I’m a sucker for a sweet treat and these sugar free options had me interested. Mainly because I’ve been re-watching the show Rita and they have an episode where some parents are trying to ban sugar at the school because it’s more addictive then heroin. Questionable logic as it’s much less dangerous but TV influences most of my choices.

I picked up a few Bounce bars to keep handy in the car/ my handbag when I get snacky on the go. I think I’ll try and find a way to make my own though.

The little cacao bars were okay, but not my favourite. I just can’t find myself to like dark chocolate unless it’s Bournville and even then. I’m a Dairy Milk girl.

And a massive tub of almond butter for smoothies, on toast, and in baking!

And the beauty selection. Dr Bronner’s Magic Soap is the best thing to wash make up brushes with and I like the scent of green tea! I’m not a huge fan of the scripture on the bottle but I can live with it.

I’ve tried out Weleda products before and liked them so when I saw a bunch left, I picked a few things up! The Arnica Massage Oil is self-heating and perfect for sore muscles. Skin Food has been talked about loads on blogs so I wanted to try it out. And this Iris hydrating masque, found literally 20 minutes after complaining about the lack of moisturising face masks. I knew it was meant to me.

And finally, oils. Tisserand is my go to for oils but the only thing they had left was this detox body massage oil. Luckily, I love a massage oil for after a tough gym session to get out some knots.

When looking online for the best oils for dry skin, Avocado oil gets mentioned a lot. So why not give it a try? (My motto for this entire shopping trip)

And lastly, Jojoba oil. I spoke about oil cleansing a while back and find of fell off the band wagon. Sweet Almond oil just wasn’t giving me the results I wanted, so I went back to shop bought cleansers and my skin is now average at best. But when I saw jojoba oil I remembered how great it was. Jojoba is the closest oil to your skins natural oils! So I bought some and I’m going to start oil cleansing again. I’m also going to give a bottle to a couple pals who I think will enjoy it.

What do you think of my buys? Have you said goodbye to your local Nutri-Centre?
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Beauty: Lush Oxford Street Exclusives Haul!

A couple weeks ago my mum headed down to London and since she was going to be near Oxford Street I asked her to pop into Lush for me and pick up any of the exclusives she thought I might like. She went a little overboard, and my thanks go to her and the lovely sales girl who helped and probably encouraged what you see…

I’ll put up links for anything I can find online and I’ll be reviewing these over the next few weeks. So what’s in the bag?



A French Kiss Bubble Bar was put in with the Valentine’s Day products this year even though it, luckily, is available year round. My mum knows this is one of my favourites as I’ve reviewed it before so I was stoked to see one in the bag.
The Sunflower Bubble Bar is only available online in this gift set which is a shame because it smells beautiful. It’s citrus-y and summer-y and absolutely huge!
The Unicorn Horn Bubble Bar was for Valentine’s Day, and is one of my favourite Lush products as far as looks go even if the scent- soapy- leaves a little to be desired.

Let your inner eye predict the future– with the Divination Bubble Bar. It smells exactly how I’d assume Professor Trelawney’s tower smells, like Parma Violets and flowers.
Fluttery Bubble Bar was a Oxford Street exclusive for Mother’s Day and it is amazing. It reminds me of a slightly sharper version of the Creamy Candy scent and just looks beautiful!
Windmill Bubble Bar is by far one of the more inventive bubble bars I’ve seen Lush do. It even spins. It smells of herbs and greens which I’m hoping I’ll wake up in the mood for one day because right now it smells kind of weird to me.

If any product could be more suited for a morning bath than the Double Vitality Bath Melt then I’ll eat one. The mix of citrus and mint is super strong. The neon pink is enough to wake up your eyeballs. I can’t wait to use this!

Flowers Barrow Bath Melt is unsurprisingly floral, with a little zing behind the flowers. It’s very cute rolled in flower petals.

What is yellow and dangerous? The Shark Infested Custard Bath Melt. Well I’m hoping not so dangerous, maybe for my bank balance. It smells like custard to me, which is a pro in my books.


Delight Bath Melt is a big ol’ ball of glitter! I struggle to describe the scent, it’s sweet and comforting but not like anything I can name.
The Dazzle Dazzle Bath Oil is the one that turned the girl on the news pink. So obviously I’m super excited. If anyone had those Toxic Waste sweets as a kid, this smells like those. Sweet and sour and totally going to be the first I try.
The Sun Bath Melt is one I haven’t heard of. I’m really off my Lush game… But it smells like a muted orange.
The Lime Pastille Bath Melt is another I’ve never heard of before! It smells very much like lime sweets as you’d expect and has me craving an ice pop.



Never have I accidentally inhaled more bath bomb dust than with the Guardian of the Forest Bath Bomb. Fresh, leafy and crumbly as all heck.
I love Yoga. And the Yoga Bomb Bath Bomb continues my love in physical form. It’s orange-y and delicious and will be used post-yoga session because I’m a sucker for matching.
And lastly, I have no idea what Ylang Ylang smells like but I’m guessing it’s like the faint floral scent of the Ylang Song Bombshell Bath Bomb.

What would you like to see reviewed first? Have you ever been to the Lush in Oxford Street?
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Celebratory Book Haul!

Remember how in August I wrote a blog post where I went over my 2015 reading goals? Remember how I said that I was doing well with my only buying half as many books as I read goal? Remember that post? Well… That post might read a little different if I wrote it today. I finished a module for my degree and what better way to celebrate completing a Creative Writing module than books. I sent in my formal assessment today so I’ll be blogging more too!

Well- What did I get?

First, the one thing that was a gift rather than something I bought myself, the collection of all 80 Penguin Little Black Classics. I’ve been wanting these for a while but I’m a massive completist so I waited for a box set, and before I could buy it for myself, my mum got it for me. It’s cheaper to get the set then 70 of the 80, if my really poor maths is right. And you can get the box set here!

I had a refund on my Waterstones card that just needed to be spent so I took some time online and found four books I wanted to buy. But Imogen! You’ve only photographed three! The fourth book was sent in a really awful condition, I sent it back, they sent me another also in awful condition, I sent it back. I can’t say I’m impressed with the service if I’m honest. Anyway! The books I bought that arrived in decent condition were Dead Reckoning and Deadlocked by Charlaine Harris, the 11th and 12th books in the Sookie Stackhouse series that I’ve been reading for the past year. And The Hero of Ages by Brandon Sanderson, the final book in the Mistborn series.

And lastly I made a neat little comic book and graphic novel order. I’ve been reading more of them this month as I’m in a bit of a reading slump and I’m always looking out to add more Marvel to my collection. So I picked up two Captain America trades: Captain America: Man Out of Timecontaining the five issues that cover when Steve Rogers is woken up after 60 years. And Captain America: Rebornwhich is set way later in the whole confusing time scheme but was too cheap to pass up. I’ll get to it eventually.

I had always wanted the Castle graphic novels after seeing them on the show and I finally got around to picking all three up on sale. The website was a little confusing so I ended up with Deadly Storm in paperback rather than hardback which is a bummer, but Storm Season and A Calm Before Storm are both hardback and beautiful. I’ll just give Deadly Storm to a buddy and re-buy in hardback.

Lastly, I added Marvel Zombies Destroy! because I’m a sucker for anything with zombies in it. It’s based in an AU where Nazi zombies are a thing and Dum Dum Dugan with Howard the Duck have to fight them. Pretty crazy and a total last minute purchase but I think it’ll be fun.

What do you think of my book haul? Have you read any of these?
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