Nothing too wordy today. Just some photos and a quick run-down from Hallowe’en 2019. We actually had a fairly eventful day!
How does a small town cope with day-to-day modern life when there’s an undead witch roaming around? Thomas Olde Heuvelt explores this idea in the 2016 English translation of his novel Hex. The English language debut of the bestselling Dutch novel, Hex, from Thomas Olde Heuvelt–a Hugo and World Fantasy award nominated talent to watch Whoever is born […]
The WWBC is a weekly blog hop hosted by Long and Short Reviews. Last week we talked about books recommended to us by others. Maybe go on over and see what everyone else is scared by this week!
This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is a Hallowe’en Freebie! I invite you to take a look at my photos of Hallowe’en Pumpkins past.
I was tipped off to this delightful book by some innocent byplay on Twitter. An editor or agent wanted a light read. Someone else, also in the industry, casually remarked, “How about the Vampire Knitting Club?”
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Thursday is Hallowe’en, my favourite day on the calendar. Hallowe’en, that is, not Thursday.
In The Vine Witch, Luanne G. Smith builds a magical alternate-universe turn-of-the-century France. The setting is very romantic, but also ambitious.
Once upon a time, Friday was the day for the Friday Five. Or Five on Friday. Or something similarly catchy. Let’s meme on, shall we?
I just recently finished reading Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt. I started reading it in January of 2018, and as often happens when I put something down for a while, I forgot to finish it.
I love when people recommend books to me. I can get a severe case of tunnel-vision when I deep-dive into a genre or series. Even worse if it’s some sort of potato-chip reading (I’m looking at you, Nora Roberts).