The "King of Horror," Stephen King (pun intended). Without a question. The Master of Screams has written over 60 novels, including Cujo, It, Misery, and Pet Semetary, since releasing his debut book Carrie in 1974. He has established himself as one of the greatest writers in history. What more could a horror fan want than... Continue Reading →
I know. I know. You can't judge a book by its cover. But let me tell you, I will absolutely pick up a book if it gives me fall vibes. Give me those reds, oranges, yellows, and golds. Give me leaves and pumpkins. Throw in some black cats and witchy goodness. Y'all, my bank account... Continue Reading →
I love looking at pictures of peoples' bookshelves. BookTok and Bookstagram have me so jealous. But I love my little corner. But it needs a little help. Dear Goddess! What has happened to my shelf. Oh yeah. Working 60+ hours a week for 2 months. Well, guess it's a good time to redo the shelf.... Continue Reading →
Reading a well-written work of creepy fiction in the fall will get you in the mood for Halloween by making you feel uneasy and afraid. In the spirit of Halloween, I have compiled a list of eight novels
Since the resurgence of zombie pop culture, a number of books have been adapted for film. Here are twenty more titles that deserve the big-screen treatment.
It’s a three day weekend here in the states which means I may actually have a day to read. And even if my family comes over, I need a shield between them and me. And a book is a great protector in any situation. I love articles. I love lists. I love listicles. And if... Continue Reading →
Fall is finally here! My favorite season of the year is right now. As of September 1st, it is officially fall, so pull out the flannel, make a pumpkin spice latte, and settle down with a few good reads. In the fall, I become much too ambitious and want to do everything, including bookstagram picture... Continue Reading →
Only Shakespeare and the Bible have sold more novels than the author known as the Queen of Mystery, Agatha Christie. Christie has reportedly sold more than 1 billion copies worldwide, according to a recent research by Harper Collins. More than 100 languages have translated her writings, and 32 million Americans are thought to have read at least one of her works. She penned 66 crime novels throughout her lifetime in addition to six other books, 24 plays, and more than 150 short stories.
As you age, a curious phenomenon seems to take place. People begin to treat you as you are unable to perform even the most elementary chores after a short time. To live a life that is basically autonomous and then suddenly find yourself treated like a helpless creature must be more than a bit upsetting. Before they get old, people live long, healthy lives, and guess what? They successfully reached that level, thus I believe they understand how to play the game of life.