BOOK REVIEW: World of Warcraft – Windrunner – Three Sisters (World of Warcraft: Battle For Azeroth Comics Series #3)


Title: World of Warcraft – Windrunner – Three Sisters (World of Warcraft: Battle For Azeroth Comics Series #3)
Author: Steve Danuser, Christie Golden, Andrew Robinson, Antonio Bifulco, Sebastian Cheng
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies, Non-fiction
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Book Description:

After returning home to Azeroth, Alleria Windrunner calls upon her estranged siblings—Sylvanas, the warchief of the Horde, and Vereesa, ranger-general of the Silver Covenant—to join her in a quest to retake their ancestral home, Windrunner Spire, from the undead who have overrun the place. On their journey, the three sisters will navigate both the dangers of the present and the ghosts of the past to discover if time and tragedy have divided them irrevocably—or if, despite everything, they are still a family.

My Review

I love Sylvanas. She is my utmost favorite character in any video game. I remember the first time I got the quest in WoW to take Sylvanas her necklace… it was sad. I also remember when I was somewhat upset Vareesa didn’t kill Garrosh Hellscream but I get why she didn’t. I always wondered about Alleria. I hoewever eneded up not liking Alleria at all. Especially after this read. I get why Sylvanas wants to raise her sisters but I think it will backfire on her somehow. This is a good read and it gives you a great overview of the past and makes you want to delve into the lore more. It is good they are finally focusing on the Windrunner Sister. The are wasn’t that great – but I suppose that is because we are used to seeing the sister in game & expect them to look like they do in game. This made the Sylvanas fangirl that lives inside me happy.

BOOK REVIEW: 200 Emroidered Flowers


Title: 200 Embroidered Flowers
Author: Kristen Gula
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies, Non-fiction
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Book Description:

Learn how to stitch all your favourite flowers, leaves and foliage, with this is collection of tutorials for 200 embroidered flowers and foliage. Discover how to stitch beautiful blooms including roses, daisies, daffodils, pansies and buttercups as well as more exotic blooms.

Modern hand embroidery expert, Kristen Gula, shows you how to create all the floral motifs from a stitch library of less than 10 embroidery stitches.

As well as the step tutorials for the flowers and leaves, there are 10 projects for home decor items and accessories that showcase the embroidery so you can show off your makes and create beautiful gifts for family and friends. Choose from a collar motif, pillow cover, table decoration, shoe embellishments and many more!

My Review

This book has so many wonderful flowers to embroider! This book is for any skill – beginner and above Pictures are clear. Directions are clear as well. great embroidery book.


I received this book from netgalley.com for a honest review.

BOOK REVIEW: The Craft Kingdom


Title: The Craft Kingdom
Author: Eli Maor
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies, Non-fiction
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Book Description:

Crafting and making art is very individual.
These moments are completely yours.
Even if you don’t have access to all of the materials, you can be creative and experiment.
If you prefer to use one type of material over the other, or if you prefer glue over sewing, do so.
The main purpose is to enjoy it and create your vision at every moment.
There is no need for any special skills for the projects in this book.
However, those who sell artwork and wish to obtain the maximum results should stick to the projects and supplies as written.
With that being said, there is no right or wrong way to craft and to make art, it comes down to having fun and express yourself.

This book contains 92 DIY, crafts and art projects.
Under each category, you will find the required supply for each project and a tutorial. At the end of the book, you will find stencils that will help you trace shapes and silhouettes for the projects.

This book is the ultimate guide to DIY and Craft projects, organized by subjects. Contains step-by-step photographs and detailed instructions, features – Colors, Nature Craft, Stamps, Washi Tape, Soap Making, Candle Making, Recycling Art, Repurposing, Accessories, Fabric and Textile, Buttons, Paper and Paper Napkins.

My Review

This book is filled with so many different projects! Most would be good to do on an afternoon. Many things can be found around the house and outside which is fabulous for those not wanting to spend a lot of money. Great book!


I received this book from netgalley.com for a honest review.