one of those days i'm just going to click post on one of my posts before the doubt and panic sets in. before i'm thinking about how useless all thoughts are because i'm not the first to think and/or feel them and articulate them and i won't even be the second, third or hundredth person… Weiterlesen book plots that inspire me because they are weird // an introspection and ode
It's the 10th day of April (for you probably not lol) and instead of posting my Monthly Recap, I've decided to start the month the right way and -- do the PANCAKE TAG. I'm currently only in the mood to talk about happy things because the bad things have ruined my last couple of weeks and I'm… Weiterlesen 🥞 The Pancake Book Tag!! 🥞// delicious food + delicious books = right start to April ❤
If you didn't know: I'm a proud part of the #HufflepuffSquad. Which is why I'm very excited for the Top 5 Wednesday topic of this week: Characters That Embody Your Hogwarts House. It's a real good topic to think about and I'm giving it all the power and energy I have inside of me right… Weiterlesen #T5W: TV, Movie & Literature Characters That Are Just So Hufflepuff™
Romance is in the house!! It's the month of love and affection; the month you consume media that makes your heart fluttery and your insides mushy with sugary emotions.
I decided to read Paul Tremblay's The Cabin at the End of the World because I'm still in the mood to be (fictionally) scared and creeped out. I want my mind to bend and my morals to twist and my thoughts to rattle and brim with indecision and questions of morality and humanity. Which is… Weiterlesen (Review) The Cabin at the End of the World – Paul Tremblay 🌳🏚️⏱️⛏️
Four horror novel authors in a haunted house sounds like the beginning of a joke and I'm absolutely loving it. The first half of Scott Thomas' Kill Creek is the love child of Blair Witch Project and Cabin in the Woods; it's clever, spooky and perfectly self-aware in the horror tropes it (dis)plays with. I don't want… Weiterlesen (Review) Kill Creek – Scott Thomas 🏚️
This, this, this book impressed me. It's the kind of book that makes you afraid of something completely normal to you. It's the kind of book that changes you, the way you think. It's one of those books that deal with such an interesting topic that you would've loved to come up with that yourself. I… Weiterlesen (Review) Bird Box – Josh Malerman 🎃
OCTOBER IS HERE. (And with it: me.) It's my second favorite month of the year (after December) and I'm ready for trashy spooky movies on tv, horror and thriller marathons, beautiful scarves and coats and sweaters and a mild breeze going around the neighborhood. My heart is already full with all the witchy things that… Weiterlesen Horror Week 1: Fall Recommendations 🎃