Let’s Talk Bookish: Predicting Someone’s Genre

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly meme that was originally created and hosted by Rukky @ Eternity Books starting in August 2019, and was then cohosted with Dani @ Literary Lion from May 2020 to March 2022. Book Nook Bits has hosted since April 2022. December 2: Can You Predict Someone’s Genre of Choice? (Fives @ Down the Rabbit Hole) Prompts: What is yourContinue reading “Let’s Talk Bookish: Predicting Someone’s Genre”

One Sentence Book Reviews

I thought I’d try something different today, as I usually get a review posted on a Monday but I don’t currently have one ready to go, so to speak. Things have just been very busy, so although I’d been reading, I’ve fallen off the review aspect. Hopefully will have something else posted later this month,Continue reading “One Sentence Book Reviews”

Let’s Talk Bookish: Personal Reading Tastes

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly meme that was originally created and hosted by Rukky @ Eternity Books starting in August 2019, and was then cohosted with Dani @ Literary Lion from May 2020 to March 2022. Book Nook Bits has hosted since April 2022. November 4: How Do You Define Your Personal Reading Tastes? (Jillian @ Jillian the Bookish Butterfly) Prompts: How wouldContinue reading “Let’s Talk Bookish: Personal Reading Tastes”

Blogtober Day 30: Horror TBR

For the last but one day of Blogtober, I thought I’d spotlight three of the horror books that are currently on my TBR. There are a lot on there, but these are three I am very much looking forward to reading. I’ve also tried to go for ones that I haven’t mentioned too much inContinue reading “Blogtober Day 30: Horror TBR”

Blogtober Day 29: Halloween Graphic Novels

I love graphic novels, and there are some great ones that fit in nicely around this time of year, as the nights get longer and colder, the wind picks up, and we enter that most spookiest time of the year. Here are my top three choices for graphic novels to read for Halloween. Deadpool: Dracula’sContinue reading “Blogtober Day 29: Halloween Graphic Novels”

Blogtober Day 28: Let’s Talk Bookish Halloween Freebie

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly meme that was originally created and hosted by Rukky @ Eternity Books starting in August 2019, and was then cohosted with Dani @ Literary Lion from May 2020 to March 2022. Book Nook Bits has hosted since April 2022. October 28: Halloween Freebie!Why I Love Horror Prompts: Halloween is in just a couple of days,Continue reading “Blogtober Day 28: Let’s Talk Bookish Halloween Freebie”

Blogtober Day 26: Goodreads Most Popular Horror Part Four

Part One / Part Two / Part Three We’re getting closer and closer to the end of Blogtober, so I thought I’d try to get in one, maybe two more posts about the Goodreads Most Popular Horror books. This has been really fun to check out, and if you’re a horror fan looking for recommendations,Continue reading “Blogtober Day 26: Goodreads Most Popular Horror Part Four”

Top Ten Tuesday/Blogtober Day 25: Halloween Freebie

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. As this week’s Top Ten Tuesday is a Halloween Freebie,Continue reading “Top Ten Tuesday/Blogtober Day 25: Halloween Freebie”

Blogtober Day 22: Goodreads Most Popular Horror Part 3

Part One / Part Two I’m really liking this list of Goodreads Most Popular Horror – it has, so far, had a fairly good mix on it, and it’s showing me books I wasn’t aware of, which is always a plus. I’m going through the Goodreads Most Popular Horror books to see which I’ve read,Continue reading “Blogtober Day 22: Goodreads Most Popular Horror Part 3”

Blogtober Day 21: Children of Demeter Book Review

Another review from Divination Hollow archives for today. By: E.V. KnightPublisher: Raw Dog Screaming PressFormat: PaperbackRelease Date: August 5th, 2021Genre: HorrorGoodreads Rating: 5/5 Stars Original Review After her husband’s death, Sara escapes to an old farmhouse, hoping work will distract her from the pain her husband caused, and intending to research and write about theContinue reading “Blogtober Day 21: Children of Demeter Book Review”