if you like this, you might like this #2

the first post i did in this vein was way way back in october of 2018, so i figured it was about time i do another one! i've read a helluva lot since 2018, figured out some tropes and themes i enjoy in what i read, so i have a lot more to recommend. 1: …

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book haul #2 | my mum’s taking my bank card

said in march i would stop buying so many books. bought 75 physical books, more ebooks, and asked for more netgalley arcs than i can possibly hope to get through since. no comment. physical books the melancholy death of oyster boy by tim burton ūüćéqueenie by candice carty-williams ūüćéa good girl's guide to murder/good girl, …

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three thriller reviews | lock every door, night film, eight perfect murders

lock every door by riley sager riley sager's lock every door is one of the two thrillers published in 2019 that i constantly mistake for one another: the other is the turn of the key by ruth ware. i only confused them thanks to their similar covers, and the fact that both follow a woman …

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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: Books I’ve Bought Because Of Other Media

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! This week's Top Ten Tuesday prompt is¬†books I bought/borrowed because of.... It was difficult figuring out what approach I wanted to take with this …

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My New Favourite Reading Podcast!

When February started, I found myself in a rut. I'd binge-listened to over 30 hours of the Collected Sherlock Holmes Stories on Audible in January, and was tired out from audiobooks. However, I still¬†desperately¬†wanted to listen to things. I found that listening to things helped break up my days that I was spending mostly indoors. …

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April TBR! Magical O.W.L.S Read-A-Thon 2020

After a¬†very¬†successful March TBR, I decided to carry on over to April and do another list of books I want to read this month. April marks the return of the¬†Magical O.W.L.S. Read-a-thon.¬†Run by Book Roast, I took part in it the first year it ran, but couldn't take part last year because of University. I've …

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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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