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 →

Reading Recap: October

Halloween, the best night of the year, is finally upon us! I am so excited, my friends and I are going to play an extra spooky session of D&D to celebrate, plus I have plenty of pumpkin snacks at hand. Halloween isn't just a holiday, at least not for me. It's a state of mind.... Continue Reading →

Do Graphic Novels Count as Reading?

Short answer, yes. Long answer, keep reading.  Graphic novels are sometimes looked down upon by elitist snobs who claim they are not "real" reading material. Here is the thing all reading, no matter what the format is, counts as reading. Graphic novels count, short stories count, plus ebooks count. It isn't that deep. If anything,... Continue Reading →

Page Turner: I’m Glad My Mom Died

My heart broke for Jennette McCurdy while reading her memoir.  I'm Glad My Mom Died by Jennette McCurdy is a memoir about growing up in a poor family, forced into acting to appease her controlling mother who wanted to live through her daughter and live off said daughter's paychecks. Keep in mind, she started at 6... Continue Reading →

Website Powered by

Up ↑