I recently read two novellas that are perfect for spooky season reading. Below are some quick mini reviews for them! NIGHT OF THE MANNEQUINS by Stephen Graham Jones: This is a fun, campy horror story about a group of teenage friends who attempt to pull a prank at their local movie theater. The prank goes … Continue reading Novella Reviews: Night of the Mannequins & The House on Abigail Lane
OCTOBER HAS ARRIVED!!! My heart is so full and happy with thoughts of spooky reads! I have been debating what to put in my TMR for weeks now. This is the pile I’ve decided I’m going to pick and choose from! I’m thrilled over the mixture of buddy reads, long awaited reads, publisher … Continue reading October TBR!
Read: Sister by Kjell Ola Dahl The Only Good Indians by Stephen Graham Jones The Guest List by Lucy Foley The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires by Grady Hendrix Master Class by Christina Dalcher Little Secrets by Jennifer Hillier The Split by Sharon Bolton Unspeakable Things by Jess Lourey The Creak on the … Continue reading April Wrap Up!
THE ONLY GOOD INDIANS | Stephen Graham Jones 05.19.2020 | Gallery/Saga Press Rating: 3/5 stars Four American Indian men took part in a traumatic and disturbing event during their youth, that to this day seems to linger in their minds. Each man has found their own way to deal with the feelings associated with this … Continue reading Book Review: The Only Good Indians
The world is a crazy place right now and my reading life has definitely needed an adjustment. When everything with coronavirus truly started hit the United States in the second half of March I stopped reading at my typically frequency. The activity that I love and do to escape from reality stopped being a comfort. … Continue reading April TBR!
March has officially arrived and I think I've narrowed down the stack of books I want to choose from this month. I've got a handful of books I rolled over from February that I really wanted to read, but ran out of time for, as well as some upcoming releases, true crime, and a bit … Continue reading March TBR!