Mini Reviews: Snow White, Camelot

Oh, blog. I know I have neglected you. Come to think of it, I’ve been neglecting many things lately. In lieu of the end of the year shenanigans, I’ve been generally swamped with grading, exam writing, teaching, and more grading. I’m behind on my Goodreads goal, I’ve not written a blog post since the end of May, and I’ve completely dropped off the face of the editing and short story writing circuit.


I needed to get out of this slump/hiatus. And it’s ALMOST the end of the school year. And I have a ton of catching up blogging-wise, so hang onto your, uh, figurative hats, yeah?

Anyway, got a few blog posts I need to write for the next few weeks, I just need the actual time to write it now!

So first, a couple of graphic novel reviews. I went back to reading some Fables goodness because it was high time I finish reading this series once and for all. My goal this year is to at least finish a couple of completed series, novels and graphic novels included!

** Note: These two graphic novels are Volumes 19 and 20 of the Fables series by Bill Willingham, so while I do attempt not to spoil the story so far, there is a bit of a jump.

Have you read either of these books? What did you think?

6 thoughts on “Mini Reviews: Snow White, Camelot

  1. I’ve never heard of this graphic novel series before. I really don’t read a lot of graphic novels, I’ve only read two and that was just this year. Although, the last graphic novel that I read, I really liked.

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    1. I tend to recommend this series if you’re particularly fond and interested in fairy tale adaptations.

      What was the last graphic novel you read? I’m curious.


        1. Ooh. I’ve actually picked a book by her, called Sisters. I’ve assigned it as a part of a summer reading project for my incoming sixth graders, lol.


  2. I love this series and both of these volumes hit me in the feels and/or had me all wait? What!?! And I agree the cover to Camelot is GORGEOUS! I didn’t realize it was the same artist as the Mercy Thompson covers but now I see the connection in style.


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