Monthly Wrap-Up: January

I’m a little late with this, but better late than never, right? Not always, but it’ll do here. ūüėõ I didn’t read as many books number-wise as I planned to this month, but with one of the books I did read being over 1,000 pages, I’m still happy with what I made my way through.Continue reading “Monthly Wrap-Up: January”

Monthly Wrap-Up: December

I read 17 books in the month of December! This was a really strong way to end out the year – and I gave almost everything above 4 stars, so the quality was just as good as the quantity. Check out my full book wrap-up below, and please feel free to comment and share linksContinue reading “Monthly Wrap-Up: December”

TBR: What I’m Reading in January 2019

I decided to start off the year by being as ambitious and extra as ever – I’ll be reading a book over 1,000 pages, and I’m participating in¬†FOUR group/buddy reads, including a 7 month group readalong of the entire Harry Potter series. I also want to read a couple of ARCs I’ve received recently ifContinue reading “TBR: What I’m Reading in January 2019”

Book Review – Bones by Andrew Cull

Title: Bones: A Collection of Monsters Author: Andrew Cull Edition: Paperback Page Count: 212 pages Rating: ¬†5 / 5 ‚ú®‚ú®‚ú®‚ú®‚ú® Short Summary: ‘Bones’ brings together four chilling ghost stories by award winning writer-director Andrew Cull. Four monsters collected in paperback for the first time. Goodreads | Amazon (Physical) | Amazon (eBook) “Being scared’s good,” GrandpaContinue reading “Book Review – Bones by Andrew Cull”

Book Review – The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon

Title:¬†The¬†Winter¬†People Author:¬†Jennifer McMahon Edition:¬†Paperback Page Count:¬†382 pages Rating:¬†¬†5 /¬†‚ú®‚ú®‚ú®‚ú®‚ú® Book Summary: West Hall, Vermont, has always been a town of strange disappearances and old legends. The most mysterious is that of Sara Harrison Shea, who, in 1908, was found dead in the field behind her house just months after the tragic death of her daughter.Continue reading “Book Review – The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon”