As I set my easel against the wall, my heart somersaults when I feel a gentle tug on my hair. Long blonde locks litter the tower floor, spilling over the window sill. Nothing else to indicate a visitor though. No hooves galloping in the distance, nor any piercing, beastly roars echoing in the night. Only silence couples the crackles of the fire. Nevertheless, the pull was unmistakable.Continue reading “Deliverance by Nola Prevost”
We all love them. We all dread them. We’ve all got them. It’s the haunting TBR list. Here’s what I plan on reading this month! Let me know in the comments what you’re reading this month and if you have any suggestions for May.Continue reading “April TBR List!”
It was Harry’s Supermarket
The place we all knew
The place we all went to.
I dive into the back of the taxi, chest heaving as the scent of fake leather and fast food wraps around my body.
“Thomas!”Continue reading “Game On”
There’s something weird about the way scents permeate the air; the way they can tickle the senses and stimulate the memory banks of the brain. It’s weird, and some so utterly lovely.Continue reading “Blueberry Deception”
Pitter patter of
The raindrops on the rooftops
The storm is now here
Believe it or not, this is the first work by King that I’ve ever read. Of course, I’ve watched Carrie, It, and Pet Sematary. I think I’d be even more in the doghouse had I experienced none of his creations. Safe to say, I absolutely enjoyed this work beautiful work of horror.Continue reading “Review: Salem’s Lot by Stephen King”
Alright, not gonna lie here; when I picked up this novella, I was ready for the same storyline I’d watched on TV countless times before. Let me tell you now, if you pick up this novella with the same thoughts in mind, you will be sorely disappointed.Continue reading “Review: I Am Legend by Richard Matheson”
We all know YA is an extensive category. We’ve got supernatural, romance, historical fiction, some books feature a combination of all three, so the question then comes to: which ones should you be checking out? Read on to find out.Continue reading “Five YA Series You Need to Check Out During Quarantine”
I’ve always been a person who never saw themselves getting behind the whole audiobook movement; rather, I never had the patience to sit and listen to an audiobook without my mind wandering elsewhere. I’d tried it once before, in middle school where you could borrow the audio versions of certain books and listen to them, but I always had to rewind and rewind and rewind until I just got sick of it. I returned the audio version and vowed that they just weren’t for me. Then, I found myself with an hour-long ride to university while studying in Japan, and listening to music and podcasts got boring day after day. I broke down and signed up for a free Audible trial and downloaded Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco.Continue reading “Audiobooks vs Physical & Digital Copies”