TTT: Non-Scary Spooky Movies

Sometimes, I just don’t want my pants to be scared right off me, you know? Sometimes, I just want to chill a little in my Halloween vibes with a good, non-scary movie. So here are my top ten favorites! Kicking off this list is one of the best of the best–9! Released on 9/9/9 because […]

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TTT: Super Scary Spooky Movies

I am a long-time horror fan, though I’ve only recently gotten into reading horror and not just watching it. I’ve always loved clutching a blanket to my face while my heart beat way too fast and then nearly crying by the end, I was that terrified. And I am so easily scared! Paring down this […]

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The Ultimate Book Tag!

I saw this tag over at A Little Haze Book Blog, and the questions were so fun, I just had to give it a whirl, and if my sleuthing is correct, it was originally created by Things Eric Reads. Do you get sick while reading in the car? Yes! I get sick on anything that’s […]

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September Wrap-Up, Part 1

September has not been the greatest month so far, reading and everything else. I only got through four books, but I did manage to make three of them preorders, and I’m working to turn things around. Here’s hoping the second half will be better! Mini Book Reviews What: Clockwork Angel by Cassandra ClareWhen: 9/2-9/13Rating: ★★★★Review: […]

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Monday Musings: So… What the Hell is the Dark Crystal?

Let me set the scene for you. Holy mother of Aughra, that trailer is something else. Okay, so The Dark Crystal was a cult classic that came out in 1982. It’s not to be confused with The Labyrinth, which came out in 1986, though I understand where your wait a minute moment comes from watching […]

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Romance Isn’t Dead

Happy Valentine’s Day! At this moment, I am currently wearing the cutest shirt ever. Here, have a picture: Hey, that’s me! Your friendly neighborhood writer/book blogger. In the past, I’ve not always been a huge fan of Valentine’s Day, and I’ve definitely been known to wear all black or listen to death metal, but in recent years, I’ve […]

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