Blogtober Day 19: Goodreads Most Popular Horror Part 2

Part One As I very much really did enjoy going through the first five of these, I thought I’d continue that as part of my Blogtober posts! I’m going through the Goodreads Most Popular Horror books to see which I’ve read, which I want to read, and maybe which ones I haven’t heard of butContinue reading “Blogtober Day 19: Goodreads Most Popular Horror Part 2”

Top Ten Tuesday/Blogtober Day 18: Favourite Words

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. If I had to pick out my favourite words, IContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesday/Blogtober Day 18: Favourite Words”

Blogtober Day 15: Goodreads Most Popular Horror

As I was trying to decide what to do for Blogtober Day 15, I noticed the ‘Readers’ Favourite New Horror Books’ banner at the top of the Goodreads page, and decided to have a look. Even just from the first four, there’s two I’ve read, so I thought it might be fun to go throughContinue reading “Blogtober Day 15: Goodreads Most Popular Horror”

Blogtober Day 14: Werewolf by Night

In case you haven’t guessed, I’m a bit of a Marvel fan. I love the MCU, and I love reading the graphic novels when I can – as you can likely tell from my various reviews. So I was really excited to see Werewolf by Night pop up on Disney+, and let me tell you,Continue reading “Blogtober Day 14: Werewolf by Night”

Blogtober Day 13: Apocalypse Books

Seeing as it is October, with Halloween coming up, I thought I’d spotlight some of my favourite end of the world themed books. Zombie Apocalypse An absolute classic – the zombie apocalypse can take many forms, beyond military/small band of survivors, and these are just some of my favourite examples. Rot and Ruin by JonathanContinue reading “Blogtober Day 13: Apocalypse Books”

Top Ten Tuesday/Blogtober Day 11: MG & YA Horror

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. So the TTT for today was actually Books I ReadContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesday/Blogtober Day 11: MG & YA Horror”

Blogtober Day 10, Graphic Novel Review: The Wicked + The Divine, Vol. 2: Fandemonium

By Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie (Illustrator), Matt Wilson (Colorist), Clayton CowlesPublisher: Image ComicsRelease Date: July 1st, 2015Genre: Urban FantasyGoodreads Rating: 5/5 Stars This has very quickly become a must-read series for me, and with Volume 2 I am completely and utterly hooked. Drawn back into the worlds of gods, Laura searches for the truth behindContinue reading “Blogtober Day 10, Graphic Novel Review: The Wicked + The Divine, Vol. 2: Fandemonium”

Blogtober Day 8: Creepy Covers

There is a great Blogtober suggestion list over at Owl Book World, and I thought I’d stick with the suggestion for Day 8: Creepy Covers! Usually for covers I look through my read books, but for these I’m going to try and remember some of the covers over the years that have truly got underContinue reading “Blogtober Day 8: Creepy Covers”

Blogtober Day 7: Anthologies

One of the many things I love about horror is the amount of anthologies. They’re everywhere, and as well as providing a good place for newer writers to get their work out there, it offers readers so much variety in what they can read. Horror seems particularly well-suited to the short story form, and aContinue reading “Blogtober Day 7: Anthologies”

Blogtober Day 6: Horror Non-Fiction

For Blogtober today, I thought I’d highlight three horror film non-fiction books that I’ve really enjoyed, in case you’re looking for something to read this October more rooted in ‘real life’ than fiction. The Monster Show: A Cultural History of Horror by David J. Skal Review Goodreads Summary: Americans love horror. The evolution of ourContinue reading “Blogtober Day 6: Horror Non-Fiction”