Reading Recap: January

One month into the new year and I am already behind on my reading challenge. I am two books behind this month. I should be able to get back on track soon. In fairness, the new job is taking up a lot of time. I'm still trying to adjust to my new routine.  Several People... Continue Reading →

Update on Nerd Rambles

Hi, folks! This has been a long time coming. I've discussed a few times how I sometimes struggle to write posts. Sometimes it would be because I had a lot going on that week, which will be more likely to happen with recent changes at work (I've been promoted to full-time). Other times I would... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: The Gingerbread Men

Ah Christmas, a time for peace on earth and goodwill for all men. Well, unless you are unfortune enough to find yourself trapped in a cursed hotel like the gingerbread men. The Gingerbread Men by Joanna Corrance is a horror novel set in a hotel all but hidden in the Scottish Highlands. A grand place, yet... Continue Reading →

Winter Reading List 2022

December is here! I know this is a bit redundant, but boy this year feels like it has flown by.  As I was jotting down ideas for what I should read this holiday season, I noticed that most of them are horror novels. Huh, I wonder if that is something I should be worried about.  ... Continue Reading →

Reading Recap: November

With the days getting colder and the nights getting longer, we are only a few days away from December. As much as it pains me to admit this, I am starting to feel a bit festive. I am one of those people who doesn't do Christmas stuff until December 1st, but I have caught myself... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: CLAMPdown

Before we get started, I have two thank yous to say. Thank you, Jon Spencer and Ian Wolf. Jon Spencer for recommending me and my blog to Ian Wolf, and Wolf for sending me a free copy of his book for me to read and review. I'm sorry it has taken a while to finally get this up,... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: A Dowry of Blood

This book is bloody good! Alright, I am sorry for that godawful pun. I had to get it out of my system somehow.  A Dowry of Blood by S.T. Gibson is a queer gothic retelling of Dracula, written from the perspective of his first wife, Constanta. The story starts on that fateful night when he "saved"... Continue Reading →

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