Top Ten Tuesday | 10 Fandoms I'm In

The Top Ten Tuesday weekly meme is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

Today's top ten are fandoms that I associate myself with. There are so many more, but I the ones I listed below are pretty representative of what I like. I attempted to broaden the scope by including TV show fandoms, music fandoms, and manga/anime fandoms as well. I had a lot of fun with these gifs, so I hope you enjoy them too.

What fandoms are you in? Let me know in the comments!

1. Supernatural

Just one of my favourite TV shows of all time.
I don't even watch that many shows though-- can I still have a favourite?
Whatever.

2. Teen Wolf

I was absolutely addicted to this show when I started it.
I love the concepts, ideas, and the plot.
A fantastic cast tops it off!

3. Harry Potter

This is one of my longest-standing fandoms.
I grew up with this series.
Once a Potterhead, ALWAYS a Potterhead.

That's a Wrap | January to March 2017


I had a good start at the beginning of the year, but I can already feel my schedule filling up from this point on. (Goodreads tells me I'm three books behind already!) Still, at fourteen books this quarter, I think I did pretty well. Without further ado, here are the books I read from January to March.

1. Bitter of Tongue by Cassandra Clare

There are some great moments in here that help to get a better sense of the Shadowhunter universe.


SYNOPSIS
When Simon is kidnapped by the fey, he’s amazed to find a friend in former Shadowhunter Mark Blackthorn. One of ten adventures in Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy. After Simon is kidnapped by faeries (why is he always kidnapped?), he uncovers rumors of a secret weapon Sebastian left behind for the faerie queen. He must escape the Fey, relying on his only ally, former Shadowhunter and Dark Artifices character Mark Blackthorn.

2. The Fiery Trial by Cassandra Clare

I love that we get to see the parabatai ritual and what it entails.


SYNOPSIS
Emma Carstairs and Julian Blackthorn become parabatai. Simon and Clary both act as their witnesses, so they can see what a parabatai bond forming looks like as they want to become parabatai as soon as Simon graduates — and because Emma asked Clary. The ritual goes unexpectedly ...

3. Born to Endless Night by Cassandra Clare

One word: MALEC. 90% of the reason I watch the Shadowhunters TV show is because of Malec. #sorrynotsorry


SYNOPSIS
Simon, like the rest of the Academy, is stunned when a navy-skinned warlock baby is found on the Academy steps. They hand the child over to guest lecturer Magnus Bane, who has to bring a child home ... temporarily, of course ... to his man!