No Post Today

I am truly sorry about this, but there isn't a post today. Due to scheduling issues as well as some dense brain fog as of late, I have been struggling to write for the past few days. It isn't even a case of writer block this time, I simply can't get my upcoming review up... Continue Reading →

Bookish Apps and Websites

As a reader, I use a fair amount of apps and websites to try and get the most out of my hobby. Whether it's by logging and tracking, finding something new to read, or granting access to free books. I mean, come on, who doesn't love free books? These five apps and websites are free,... Continue Reading →

Steam Powered: Behind the Frame

Listen, I can't draw to save my life, but I love the idea of painting.  Picture it, sitting by a window on a rainy day, freshly brewed cup of coffee in your favourite mug at your side while you slowly paint fine details on your latest masterpiece. Doesn't that sound divine?  Unfortunately for me, I... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: Hex

If I had a nickel for every time I read a book titled Hex and was disappointed with it, I'd have two nickels. Which isn't a lot, but it's weird that it happened twice. Not only that, but this is the second time I was under the impression said book was one way but turned out another.... Continue Reading →

New Obsession: Dead by Daylight

My D&D group and I like playing games together outside of our weekly Curse of Strahd. While it is fun, as a group of five it kind of sucks since most games are designed for 4 player co-op. So often someone misses out. Then we finally got around to playing Dead by Daylight. Dead by Daylight is an... Continue Reading →

Autumn Reading List 2021

Finally! Spooky season is almost here! Oh, I adore autumn. In my humble opinion, it is the superior season. The lovely crisp air, the crunch of leaves underfoot and beautiful shades of brown, gold and orange everywhere. Plus, it gives me an excuse to binge read horror novels. Not that I need justification, but it... Continue Reading →

Reading Recap: August

I did it! I hit my 2021 reading goal! I am pretty proud of myself, not just for, well now, beating that goal, but also reading more classics this month. I even gave poetry another shot. This year has not been kind to me in many ways, reading has been one of the few sources... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: The Maidens

I'm a simple woman, I find a book about murder with ties to Greek Mythology, I'm happy. Also, the second I heard it compared to one of my favourite books, The Secret History, I just knew I had to read it. The Maidens by Alex Michaelides is a Mystery Thriller following group therapist Mariana Andros. A widow... Continue Reading →

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