My bookshelf is a disaster. I just had to find a place for the books because I’m leaving soon and I didn’t want them all over my floor. So many are hidden, it pains me! There is no organization whatsoever and it’s driving me crazy.
It still looks good, Sam!
The Blood Moon is almost upon us. It is when there will be a total lunar eclipse, where the earths shadow will turn the Moon a blood red colour. The Blood Moon will be visible worldwide.
One of the great things about lunar eclipses is that they are completely safe to view with the naked eye. No special filters are required to protect your eyes like those used for solar eclipses. You don’t even need a telescope to watch the eclipse, although a good pair of binoculars will help.
In Paganism a Blood Moon opens a gateway into the heavens as the Earth, Sun and Moon align. For a brief moment in time we can commune with the spirit world and other realms.
In many religions this is a great Omen, many Christians believe it will be the return of their savior Jesus. The King James Bible predicts: “The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and the terrible day of the LORD comes,” [Joel 2:31] The Blood Moon is also on the same day as the Jewish feast of Passover. And is just before Easter.
More info here:
The First Generation:
The Twilight Saga
Percy Jackson and the Olympians
The Hunger Games
The Second Generation:
The Mortal Instruments
I wonder what the Third Generation will hold…?
April’s book for Holladay Library’s YOLO: Read YA Teen Books Club is The Beautiful and the Cursed by Page Morgan. In-house meeting cancelled due to library closure, but email (YAinHolladay@gmail.com) and Facebook discussions will still take place.
I freaking love this book