Books I Read in March

I had a very good reading month in March. A majority were horror reads, which was perfect. I'm really enjoying horror at the moment, and I am riding that wave for as long as it goes! Also... I know this is a month late. But I was playing Stardew. For basically all of April. Wilder Girls by Rory Power 🍎🍎🍎🍎 …

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Three Horror Reviews | Worms, Tribesmen, Witching Hour Theatre

Worms by James Montague Goodreads In Worms, James Hildebrand, along with his wife, go on holiday to the Norfolk coast, only for him to be plagued by a haunting vision of.... worms. Just. Loads and loads of worms. This novel was originally published in 1979, so the general treatment of women is... not great. They're all written as hyper-realistic …

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Top Ten Tuesday: Most Anticipated Horror Reads! (+a brief discussion on why I’ve left the book twitter sphere)

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature created by That Artsy Reader Girl (originally The Broke and the Bookish). For information on how to participate and the topics of each week, click the link! It's a freebie week for Top Ten Tuesday, and this time it's themed around genre. As is my brand, I'm listing ten horror reads I'm most anticipating. I'm mixing things …

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Book Review: HEX by Thomas Olde Heuvelt

HEX by Thomas Olde Heuvelt translated by Nancy Forest-Flier Goodreads | Wordery | Book Depository  Whoever is born here, is doomed to stay 'til death. Whoever settles, never leaves. Welcome to Black Spring, the seemingly picturesque Hudson Valley town haunted by the Black Rock Witch, a 17th century woman whose eyes and mouth are sewn …

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Three Horror Reviews: Beautiful Darkness, Portus, Hideout

Beautiful Darkness  by Fabien Vehlmann, Kerascoët Beautiful Darkness is, at its core, an anti-fairytale. It begins with princess Aurora having tea with the boy she has a crush on, only for things to turn sour when their surroundings suddenly start collapsing. When she emerges, we realise she wasn't in a building: instead, she was inside the …

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Book Review: Alice Isn’t Dead by Joseph Fink

Alice Isn't Dead by Joseph Fink October 30th 2018, Harper Perennial Goodreads, Amazon, Book Depository, Wordery Keisha Lewis lived a quiet life with her wife, Alice, until the day that Alice disappeared. After months of searching, presuming she was dead, Keisha held a funeral, mourned, and gradually tried to get on with her life. But …

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Top Ten Tuesday: Books Outside My Comfort Zone

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature created by That Artsy Reader Girl (originally The Broke and the Bookish). For information on how to participate and the topics of each week, click the link! Helllo! This week is a weird prompt for me! In the past two years, 'comfort zones' haven't really been a thing I'm conscious of. …

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