An Indie Pub Novel with Potential | Eve Brenner: Zombie Girl by A. Giacomi

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I’m going to start this post with an instant mood killer: This is not the review I wanted to write. I wanted to love this novel. I really did. And here’s the thing, at the very root of it, Eve Brenner: Zombie Girl by A. Giacomi is a good story. It’s action packed, it’s thrilling, […]

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A Modern Adaptation of a Gothic Classic | The Turning by Francine Prose

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I am a slow reader. I mean, a slooooooooooow reader. I am also a distracted reader, so the fact that I even maintain a book blog is kind of a feat. Truly! I read about how other bloggers devour entire libraries in a year, and in five years, I could count the number of books […]

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Spoil This Books For Me, Please? | And the Trees Crept In by Dawn Kurtagich

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There was a time when I would actively seek out books with “unique formatting”. They could have been epistolary novels or verse novels. They could have been novels with doodles or comics throughout. They could have even been books that simply had font face and size changes throughout the course of the novel. Granted, this […]

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I Don’t Deserve These Books!

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Yesterday was a particularly perfect Autumn day that had me jonesing for some spooky literature, so I escaped to the library for a little while and returned home with more books than I am capable of reading in a three-week period (as usual). I probably…definitely should not have indulged in a library visit since I’m […]

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Life Lately: Countdown to Autumn and Cat Snuggles

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Ah summertime. There used to be a time in my life when I looked forward to the season. It used to mean staying up until three o’ clock in the morning to work on my blog (pre-book blogging days) or playing Final Fantasy VIII, sleeping in until one o’clock in the afternoon (which was about […]

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