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IMWAYR – It’s Monday! What are you reading?

It’s Monday! What are you reading? IMWAYR is hosted by Kathryn at BookDate. Last week: Wow, I had a pretty good week. I guess I somehow read 3 books??? Hmm…I finished Pet Sematary! Gosh, that was creepy good. Check out my review over HERE! I also read the graphic novel I Hate Fairyland by Skottie Young which… Continue reading IMWAYR – It’s Monday! What are you reading?

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Throwback Thursday – Brain on Fire

Throwback Thursday is a weekly meme created by Renee at It’s Book Talk as a way to share some old favorites as well as sharing books we want to read that were published over a year ago. This week I’m throwing it back to Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness by Susannah Cahalan. Published November 13th 2012… Continue reading Throwback Thursday – Brain on Fire

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Blogger Spotlight – The GrimDragons!

Hey, hi, hello and HAPPY WEDNESDAY! Let’s get over the hump by having some fun. Today I am so very excited to be interviewing the dynamic duo of Holly and Corey aka The GrimDragons. Ya’ll Holly (the_infinite_book_dragon) and Corey (grimdark_dad) host a truly FUN and CREATIVE monthly book photo challenge over on Instagram. Find it… Continue reading Blogger Spotlight – The GrimDragons!

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Review – I Hate Fairyland Volume 1 by Skottie Young (Graphic Novel)

I Hate Fairyland, Volume 1: Madly Ever After by Skottie Young My rating: 5 of 5 stars Ok, I Hate Fairyland is hilarious. It’s about a maniacal little green haired woman child. Yes, Gertrude looks 8 years ago but she’s actually in her 30’s. You see, she’s been stuck in Fairyland for 27 YEARS! Volume… Continue reading Review – I Hate Fairyland Volume 1 by Skottie Young (Graphic Novel)

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Review – Pet Sematary by Stephen King *possible spoilers*

Pet Sematary by Stephen King My rating: 4 of 5 stars The thing I love most about Stephen King is how he takes so much time to develop his characters. You become invested in them, you understand how they’re feeling and most importantly you can usually relate to them. So by the time you’re 80%… Continue reading Review – Pet Sematary by Stephen King *possible spoilers*