“The History of Jane Doe” Moodboard (Ft. Green Cows, Cookies, Milk, & Did I Mention Green Cows) | Blog Tour

Hello, friends! Long time no see!

(Why does this intro sound like the beginning of a passive aggressively worded email.)

I’m so excited to return from the dead and participate in the blog tour for Micheal Belanger’s A History of Jane Doe, a quirky little story about love, loss, and green cows.

Yes, you read that right, green cows. Lots of them. And it is every bit as fabulous as it sounds.

Other delightful things this book includes: an abundance of cookies and milk, conspiracy theories involving a flying possum, human groundhogs, and outrageous historical anecdotes.

My review is still currently Under Construction and will be coming sometime…. this century,  but I’ve curated moodboards that (hopefully!) reflect the overall vibe of the characters and the story.

(If you’re unfamiliar with moodboards, they’re basically collages of photographs, usually edited with a similar filter or color palette, meant to convey a certain emotion, character, image. In my experience, they’re used by companies to help develop their products or brand image, but they’re also super popular in the fandom world and used for character inspiration by writers.)

Also, can I just say—I dove very deep into the realms of Tumblr and Pinterest to make this and now I feel like a true hipster.

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“Detention Land” by Susan Orion (ARC Review) | Trapped In A Room Of Genius Delinquent Boys, Ginger Ale, And A Whole Lotta Farting

Some people say the Messiah is coming; I say, I am already here.

Warning: This book contains copious amounts of farting. And ginger ale.

Seriously. Judging from the copious amount of times ginger ale is mentioned, I can deduce one of three things:

a) the author really, really, REALLY likes ginger ale,

b) ginger ale is somehow a very profound motif meant to represent the meaning of life, or

c) the author is secretly conspiring with/sponsoring every ginger ale company in the world.

 dylan obrien ginger ale what do you prefer GIF

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