One of my favorite things is finding new books. I love getting recommendations from friends and devouring them in a matter of days! But there are also times when I just need to get lost in a story, which is where book...
I tend to be a seasonal reader. In summer, I read books that take place in warm places or by the ocean. I read Halloween and horror in October. Christmas, winter, and cold settings in Winter. You get the idea. I even read romance in February. So, why wouldn't I read Thanksgiving set books in November.
Are we really talking about November? Already? Didn't these kids just go back to school? Yikes stripes. How did this happen? How did the year slip past us? Again. I mean, I just bought a turkey. That means people are going to be in my house. Lots of people. Good thing there's a bunch of new cozies coming out so I can ignore them all.
I'm having a hard time dealing with the fact that it's the end of October. We haven't visited one haunted house. Not one pumpkin patch. I didn't even put out my tombstones or projectors this year. It honestly felt like the Halloween that just wasn't. Anyone else feel that?
Who doesn't love a good villain? I mean a well written, well rounded, oh my gosh it was you all along villain. And maybe it's my own warped brain, but sometimes I can relate to the bad guy. Seriously. There have been more times than not that I've thought Thanos was right. Maybe that's just due to my time working in customer service. Anywho. With this being spooky season, I thought it was time to celebrate some bookish bad guys. Warning, this post will contain spoilers. If you haven't read one or any of these books, feel free to either skip that book or this post.
You can get your copy here https://amzn.to/3yX0nAn If you buy from this link, I may receive a small commission. Thank you. Other than the weird homeschooled girl at my work who had never seen any pop culture phenomenon turned movie, who hasn't seen "Jaws"? Seriously, the movie is iconic. The shark's theme. The camera angles.... Continue Reading →