Tag Tuesday: The Ultimate Recommendations Book Tag

My amazing friend Destiny tagged me over on her Howling Libraries blog back in November, and I am slow as heck at tags right now, so it has taken me awhile to get here! I’m so grateful for knowing Destiny, and if you haven’t checked out her blog, make sure you do so ASAP – she’s … Continue reading

5 Audiobooks I Loved Listening To in 2019

I’ve never been a huge audiobook person. I’m the kind of person that has trouble listening and absorbing information from that alone. When I watch stuff on TV, I always use subtitles. I usually have to watch people’s mouths to understand what they’re saying during parts of conversations. What I’m trying to say is, it’s … Continue reading

6 Collections of Horror Poetry That I Love

I’ve been reading poetry for as long as I can remember. When I was little, I’d read classic poets, and still have a huge fondness for them. I have two poetry-based tattoos – one with a line by Robert Frost, and the other a line from a Bukoswki poem. I dabbled in writing a bit … Continue reading

TBR: What I’m Reading in January 2020

This is the first month of a brand new decade of TBR lists, so I really want to make it count! I’m excited for every book on the list this month, as every one has either been recommended highly to me or just one that I’ve been dying to dig into for awhile now. Another … Continue reading

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

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 doing … Continue reading