The Strange Fascinations of Noah Hypnotik Blog Tour: Review and Candle Making



 

Review:


The Strange Fascinations of Noah Hypnotik by David Arnold is quirky and unique. I didn't know what to expect diving into this one but I found that it was quite a creative read. This novel is a coming of age story of Noah. We follow him through his struggles of being a teenager. I really enjoyed all the references in this book. It made it a lot of fun. Why this book is so creative is that it is written to be like you are inside Noah's mind and watching his decision processing. I found that I really loved the whimsical feel of this book. The characters are really easy to love. The writing is so much fun. I think David Arnold did a fantastic job with this book and definitely made it stand out in the world of young adult novels.


Bookish Candles:


I own Stub Tail Candle Co. and I enjoy making bookish and fandom candles. You can find us here. 

A few things I look forward when I am finding inspiration for a candle is what does the book say. The author has already done most of the work for me by writing their amazing book, so all I have to do it pay attention. Creating a candle is hard work but I find it quite rewarding once I have this perfect beautiful candle in my position. I strive to make sure it looks beautiful but also smells amazing. Everyone loves a candle that actually fills up the room with a lovely smelling scent.

I was so excited to dive in and start creating this candle. It was fun and whimsical. I wanted bright colors.

What does The Strange Fascinations of Noah Hypnotik candle smell like?

Scent Guide:


Sugar, Cedar, Pine, Tea, Berries


I wanted this candle to make you feel like you could really smell the scents that Noah describes around him. I wanted to send you on a whimsical journey as well.

 


Schedule:


WEEK ONE


May 7 – The Blonde Bookworm – Review


May 8 – Confessions of a YA Reader – Review + My Strange Fascinations


May 9 – Forever Bookish – Review


May 10 – Rants and Raves of a Bibliophile – Playlist with Graphic Quotes


May 11 – Adventures in YA Publishing – Author Q&A


WEEK TWO


May 14 – The Nerdy Girl Express – Review


May 15 – A Court of Coffee and Books – Review + Graphic Quotes


May 16 – BookCrushin – Review + Playlist


May 17 – Mind of a Book Dragon – Review


May 18 – Tales of the Ravenous Reader – Author Guest Post:  What Would Your Strange Fascination Be?


WEEK THREE


May 21 – Pop! Goes the Reader – Wallpaper


May 22 – The Young Folks – Author Q&A


May 23 – Page Travels – Creative Instagram


May 24 – Bookfoolery – Review


May 25 – Dazzled by Books – Candle Creation Post + Review


WEEK FOUR


May 28 – Paper Trail YA – Author Q&A


May 29 – Snowandbooks – Review + Aesthetic Board


May 30 – Reading Writing and Me – Book Review


May 31 – The Radiant Reader – Playlist + Creative Instagram Picture


June 1 – We Live and Breathe Books – Review + Moodboard

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