Judge a book by its first line rather than its cover. This week: werewolves. Continue reading First Lines Friday: 3/25/22
For years, the internet has been telling me to watch What We Do in the Shadows, a mockumentary comedy TV series following four vampire roommates. I finally got around to watching it, and internet, you were right. This show is amazing. Continue reading My Top 10 Moments from What We Do In The Shadows
She doesn’t do Bigfoots. Bigfeet. Whatever. Continue reading Letters to the Exorcist: Bigfoots or Bigfeet?
Ah, that moment in a book when the couple you’ve been rooting for finally kiss. Maybe it comes early on as they first try a relationship, or maybe it doesn’t happen until the fifth book of a long-running series. Whatever the case, it’s something magical. Continue reading 6 Magical Kissing Quotes from Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance Books
Judge a book by its first line rather than its cover. This week: a magical town. Continue reading First Lines Friday: 2/11/22
Judge a book by its first line rather than its cover. This week: predators and prey. Continue reading First Lines Friday: 1/14/22
When I first tried Scaredy Cat Bingo last year, I had fun but didn’t get a bingo. (I’m a very scattered, mood-based reader.) That changes this year though. Check out this bingo board! I won, and I managed it before my goal of Halloween.🎃 Let’s talk about the books that helped me get there. Succulents and Spells by Andi C. Buchanan This book may have … Continue reading Scaredy Cat Bingo Update: Complete!
First Lines Fridays is a weekly feature for book lovers hosted by Wandering Words. What if instead of judging a book by its cover, its author or its prestige, we judged it by its opening lines? Pick a book off your shelf (it could be your current read or on your TBR) and open to the first page Copy the first few lines, but don’t give anything … Continue reading First Lines Friday: 10/22/21
I’m making some progress on my book bingo board. Check it out! My recent reads include: The Wizard’s Butler by Nathan Lowell I loved this one. I always enjoy stories that shine the spotlight on a character archetype that’s usually in the background: in this case, a butler. Not that the main character started out as a butler. He just needed a job and didn’t … Continue reading Scaredy Cat Bingo Update: Werewolves, Wizards, and Butlers
Man, October is going by fast. Like I mentioned earlier this month, I’m participating in the Scaredy Cat Bingo reading challenge, and if I want to get a bingo by the 31st, I need to get moving. Here’s my current board: I’ve got two new additions since last week. The first is Biggs, Myer, and the Vampire by E.M. Lacey, which fits nicely on the … Continue reading Demons, Vampires, and Lawyers: A Scaredy Cat Bingo Update