Fangirls, I love Quirk Books. It’s a publishing company that seems like it can do no wrong, and I can’t get enough of it. I first heard of Quirk when I found out about The Fangirl’s Guide to the Galaxy, by Sam Maggs, that will be released early next month. Of course it peaked my interest, it’s about Fangirls. Then I realized that Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children was also from Quirk. After that, I listened to Eric Smith’s The Geek’s Guide to Dating, and read the sequel to Miss Peregrine (Hollow City), and it has continued to escalate. Believe me when I say that the pure joy that comes with reading a Quirk book has continued through my reading of Nick and Tesla’s Special Effects Spectacular.
Fangirls and Fanboys, I was so excited for this book. A book about dating specially tailored for those with stereotypically bad social skills? Heck yeah. I was going to read this book, but Eric Smith himself tweeted that Amazon was having a sale on his audiobook, so I thought I’d check it out. It was under $5, so of course I was on that like the proverbial white on rice.
Hello you lovely ladies and lads of the fandoms! Today I’m bringing you a book that I’m so very excited about; Moss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. I must be honest, when I first saw this book (on someone’s Instagram) I was hesitant. It looks haunting, to say the least, and I’m not the biggest fan of horror. But more recently I was having a rough day with my phobia, and saw that this book was on sale, so I may as well try it out. I’m so grateful that I did.