kay, so I couldn’t just stop reading the fantasy genre cold turkey. Just because Halloween is over does not mean that we have to give up the paranormal altogether. Besides, I didn’t review any vampire books last month!
Book/Author and Year Published: The Chaos of Longing by k.y. robinson (2016) Reviewer: Jeriann Age/Genre: Poetry Preferred Reading Environment: The bathtub Reading Accoutrements: Lots of bubbles and pretty-smelling things Content Notes: Sexual Assault, Racism Having a husband that works at the library definitely has perks! Once in a while, my husband brings home a poetry…
October is officially over, so I wanted a change of pace from the paranormal and fantasy books that I have been reading for the past month. The first book to catch my eye in my Kindle queue was Highlander’s Dark Pride by Fiona Faris.
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Everything is Going Wrong is a collection of comics about punk music and culture and mental illness.
We figured that fairy tales were a pretty good fit for Halloween, what with magical creatures of all sorts and occasionally dark settings.
Halloween is fast approaching! So, in the spirit of the season, I decided to read a thriller that includes zombies, automatons, cyborgs, alchemy, and people with mutation-caused fishy qualities.
Toil and Trouble is a collection of short stories about women and witchcraft.
If you read my review of Hypnos, you know that I can be picky about adult urban fantasy books. There are concepts that I have no interest in exploring and there are a lot of plotlines that I consider overdone and don’t really want to read over and over. As a result, I rarely go looking for urban fantasy novels. Instead, I wait to find them in the wild.
As I was cataloguing the books in my home and setting aside horror-related books for October, Monsters of Templeton caught my eye.