Book Review – My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite

Title: My Sister, the Serial Killer Author: Oyinkan Braithwaite Edition: Hardcover Page Count: 226 pages Rating: 5 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ Short Summary:  When Korede’s dinner is interrupted one night by a distress call from her sister, Ayoola, she knows what’s expected of her: bleach, rubber gloves, nerves of steel and a strong stomach. This’ll be theContinue reading “Book Review – My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite”

My Big 2019 Blogging Wrap-Up!

I’ve never done one of these types of posts before, but 2019 was the first year that I’ve really focused on being consistent with my content, blogging schedule, and social media sharing in regards to my blog. Writing about books – whether it’s with reviews, lists, or just random “I’M SO EXCITED FOR THESE BOOKS!”Continue reading “My Big 2019 Blogging Wrap-Up!”

Book Review – Ghoster by Jason Arnopp

Title: Ghoster Author: Jason Arnopp Edition: Paperback Page Count: 496 pages Rating: 4.5 / 5 ✨✨✨✨ Short Summary:  Kate Collins has been ghosted. She was supposed to be moving in with her new boyfriend Scott, but all she finds after relocating to Brighton is an empty apartment. Scott has vanished. His possessions have all disappeared. ExceptContinue reading “Book Review – Ghoster by Jason Arnopp”

26 of the Best Books I Read in 2019

It was super hard for me to put this list together, ’cause I originally intended to only include 10 titles – but quickly realized that’d be impossible. I genuinely had such an amazing reading year! So many books came out that I couldn’t wait to dive into, and the anticipation paid off in the best way –Continue reading “26 of the Best Books I Read in 2019”

TBR: 12 Books from the Backlog To Read in 2020 – #StartOnYourShelfathon

How many of us have a huge stack of books we’ve been “meaning to read” for ages? Whether it’s a release I thought I’d get to immediately after its publication, something I picked up on a whim thanks to a recommendation, or a book my boyfriend mentioned to me when we first met and heContinue reading “TBR: 12 Books from the Backlog To Read in 2020 – #StartOnYourShelfathon”

2020 TBR: Branching Out in a New Decade (#branchout2020)

I’ve been debating this one for awhile, and almost chickened out several times. I grew up reading mostly horror & a bit of sci-fi almost exclusively, but added some fantasy in when I was a teen. In the last couple of years, I’ve really enjoyed nonfiction – well, some of it anyway. I’ve tried doingContinue reading “2020 TBR: Branching Out in a New Decade (#branchout2020)”

Thursday 10: Horror Books to Read This Winter

I love themed horror, and Christmas or winter themed stories are some of my favorites. I love the juxtaposition of happy holidays and lots of scares – holiday horror has always been my #1 favorite niche genre of all time! While not ALL the books on this list are totally Christmas themed, a bunch ofContinue reading “Thursday 10: Horror Books to Read This Winter”

My Most Anticipated Reads of 2020

Friends, 2019 was such a great year for books. I’m not sure if I just didn’t pay attention hard enough all the years before, but wow! So many knock out books were published in 2019, and so many of the ones I was anticipating at the start of the year ended up being amazing! Most of whatContinue reading “My Most Anticipated Reads of 2020”

Book Review – I Am Not Your Final Girl by Claire C. Holland

Title: I Am Not Your Final Girl Authors: Claire C. Holland Page Count: 91 pages Rating:  5 ✨ Perfect for fans of: Poetry, horror cinema, feminism This review was first featured on the Night Worms blog, which has a team of amazing people involved with promoting & reviewing horror books (of which I am happyContinue reading “Book Review – I Am Not Your Final Girl by Claire C. Holland”

My 2020 Goals: Reading, Life, & Art!

I know you’re probably hearing this all over the place right now, but wow! How has 2019 flown by so fast? At the same time, holy shit! How has so much happened? I started this year in a totally different place than I’m ending it, and although it’s a definite improvement in nearly every aspect, it’s been quiteContinue reading “My 2020 Goals: Reading, Life, & Art!”