It’s TTT time! As usual, if you’re curious about this, Jana over at That Artsy Reader Girl hosts these weekly challenges (so, see her blog for more info). For today, she picked a freebie having to do with page to screen or screen to page adaptations. While I have strong opinions on those topics, they tend to change with… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday – 10 reasons why I love horror
WAKING THE WITCH: REFLECTIONS ON WOMEN, MAGIC, AND POWER Spirituality, Feminism, Memoir | 304 pages | 06.04.2019 | Gallery Books 5 STARS I've been following Pam Grossman for a while and love her podcast The Witch Wave. I connect with her intuition and sensitivity toward spiritual subjects. I was elated when I received this ARC. I am… Continue reading ARC review – Waking the Witch by Pam Grossman
It’s TTT time! As usual, if you’re curious about this, Jana over at That Artsy Reader Girl hosts these weekly challenges (so, see her blog for more info). Today, she suggests talking about characters who remind us of ourselves. That's kind of a hard topic for me. I am going to have to dig deep for that one. I… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday – characters who remind me of myself/who I can relate to
THE FAMILY Psychological Thriller | N/A pages | 05.02.2019 | Aria 2 STARS This is a fast psychological thriller about the only survivor of a gruesome ritual killing and her struggle with this memory and the fact that they have never found the guy who did it. When Becky begins to make some serious connections… Continue reading ARC review – The Family by P. R. Black
Hi lovelies, First of all, I can't believe my follower number is steadily increasing. You can't know how happy that makes me. So, welcome if you're new here. Secondly, I thought I'd quickly check in with everyone. I decided to give the ole blog a facelift. I am quite happy with it at the moment… Continue reading Hello again!
STOKER'S WILDE Historical Fiction | 256 pages | 05.09.2019 | Flame Tree Press 2 STARS This book is an homage to some of our most beloved Gothic writers and their contemporaries. We obviously have Stoker and Wilde, but we also hear about an aunt named Agatha, Walt Whitman is mentioned on several occasions, Henry Irving… Continue reading ARC review – Stoker’s Wilde by Steven Hopstaken and Melissa Prusi
Hey bookish fam, I ALMOST completed all my April goals (see my monthly wrap-up) but a few books had to be moved to my May list. There was too much "unscheduled" reading in April 😉 Spill-over from past months I am almost done with Watchmen. I honestly don't know why it is taking me so long.… Continue reading May goals