Home Feed
Home
Search
Search
Add Review, Blurb, Quote
Add
Activity
Activity
Profile
Profile
#day15
blurb
Lizpixie
Black House | Stephen King, Peter Straub
post image

#ChillingPhotoChallenge #day15 #Black This is the sequel to The Talisman,both of which have ties to The Dark Tower series.In The Talisman,Jack Sawyer is a 12yr old boy who ends up in the “territories” searching for said object. In the sequel, Jack is now a LAPD detective who‘s called to Wisconsin to chase a suspect. The “Fisherman” has been killing children & eating parts & Jack is asked to help. #Scareathlon #TeamSlaughter 1point #PointsTotal-686

39 likes2 stack adds
blurb
Lizpixie
Wintering | Krissy Kneen
post image

#AyUpAugust #Day15 #Missing Another Australian novel set in the wilds of Tasmania(I‘m kinda obsessed with the island state!)Jessica‘s partner Mathew disappears on his way home one night, leaving behind his car on the side of the highway & his phone with a fuzzy video of some kind of animal taken at the time he goes missing. Then she gets a visit from a group of women talking about missing partners & Tasmanian Tigers. Strange days indeed.

squirrelbrain Another one to stack! ❤️ 3mo
45 likes1 stack add1 comment
blurb
LiterarySloth
Untitled | Unknown
post image

I‘m assuming book source means where I usually get my books. This app is the best thing to happen to me and the worst thing to happen to my bank account.

#day15 #30junebooks #booksource #thriftbooks

blurb
Kimberlone
Summer Wives | Beatriz Williams
post image

#Riotgrams #Day15 #Freebie

These three are all freebies I won from giveaways on Litsy!

hermyknee Litsy is the best!! ♥️♥️♥️ 5mo
Brewychock48 I am reading The Summer Wives. A great book,love Beatriz Williams. Enjoy your books. Congratulations on winning them😍 5mo
52 likes1 stack add2 comments
blurb
Bookwm85forever
post image

I‘ve made a commitment to walk 12000 steps a day. Today I plugged in my audiobook and the miles flew by. Am I the only one refusing to watch the show until I‘ve gotten through the books? #GameOfThrones #audiobook #day15 #DailyWalk #stepgoals #booknerd #bookaddict

Bookladylinda 🙋🏾‍♀️ but I‘m probably going to break down and just watch the dang show! 🤦🏾‍♀️ some of my friends are spoiling things, I‘ve been good with staying away from the internet, but ugh!!!! 5mo
Bookwm85forever @Bookladylinda I‘m only on book three. The temptation is great!! 5mo
28 likes1 stack add2 comments
blurb
tournevis
post image

#AMatterofHonor TNG 2.08, Riker temporarily transfers to IKS Pagh. The Enterprise gets its first Benzite, the Pagh gets space fungus and Riker a black eye and a promotion. The epi features the first believable Klingon woman and introduces us to gagh!

Donald Fyson‘s study Magistrates, Police and People speaks a lot of personal (masculine) honor in Québec and Lower Canada in the British colonial period. Duels and stuff.

#startreksummermay #day15

tournevis This post is my first from my new computer, now named Hopper, after Grace, of the Mark I and Cobol fame, she of the very first bug report. 6mo
Megabooks Nice re: the computer! And re: the book, duels are very appropriate for this episode. Klingons are always ready to fight! 6mo
tournevis @Megabooks Klingons and, turns out, early 19th century Anglo-Canadians. A lot. 6mo
37 likes3 comments
blurb
Lizpixie
You | Caroline Kepnes
post image

#MarchIntoThe70s #Day15 #JealousGuy I think being a creepy stalker qualifies you as a Jealous Guy. Joe is working in a bookstore when writer Guinevere Beck comes in. She‘s gorgeous, smart & Joe is instantly obsessed. He starts tracking her online & in real life, finding out everything he can and begins manipulating her life to include him and taking out any obstacles.Including murdering people in his way.Creepy.Just creepy.And definitely jealous.

Cinfhen And so addicting!!!! Great choice 💚#TeamJoe 😛 8mo
gradcat I agree with @Cinfhen ... I almost chose that book!! 8mo
Lizpixie @Cinfhen @gradcat thank you! So many people are #teamjoe but personally he creeps me out!😳 8mo
See All 9 Comments
MicheleinPhilly @Lizpixie THIS. It sort of frightens me how many “love letter to Joe” type things I‘ve seen on the Internet surrounding the tv series. 8mo
Lizpixie @MicheleinPhilly I think my reaction is because I was stalked by an ex boyfriend when I was 17. He even used to get his mates to watch me at work(Kmart). It was terrifying. So I don‘t find any obsessed suitor “cute”🙅🏻‍♀️ 8mo
MicheleinPhilly 😞That‘s horrible. 8mo
gradcat @Lizpixie So sorry to hear your story—it‘s frightening! I, too, think Joe is extra creepy. To put it in terms used when I was but a young lass, he grosses me out! 🤢 8mo
britt_brooke @Lizpixie @MicheleinPhilly I really hated this book and refuse to watch the tv series. Joe is disgusting. 8mo
MicheleinPhilly @britt_brooke @Lizpixie I enjoyed the book as a thriller and only watched the first couple of episodes of the series which I thought was campy trash. I just can‘t wrap my head around the whole “Isn‘t Joe so dreamy?” phenomenon. No, no he‘s not. I know he‘s a fictional character but I find the adulation disturbing. 8mo
54 likes9 comments
blurb
mlzbthc
Lone Wolf: A Novel | Jodi Picoult
post image
blurb
Lizpixie
post image

#MusicalNewYear #day15 #MyFavoriteThings My most favourite things are my grandbabies, they are the light of my life(We have a reader in Sophie!)then the hubby(love of my life)close behind my 4 amazing humans is my library(my own library has been a dream since I was Sophie‘s age)finally,the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney.Misty & cold in winter(snow sometimes!)autumn is colours, spring is wisteria & lilacs, summer is heat, lemon myrtle & eucalyptus.

Kaye You‘ve got a lot to be thankful for. 💕💕💕💕💕 10mo
AlaMich I went abseiling in the Blue Mtns., a hundred and thirty-two years ago, on my one and only visit to Australia 🇦🇺. 10mo
vivastory Great post! 10mo
Cinfhen So much love in that collage 🥰 10mo
68 likes4 comments
review
AMVP
The Fisherman | John Langan
post image
Pickpick

#riotgrams #day15 - Books More People Need to Read

If the disparity between the small publisher and the big-name blurb provider is any indication, Langan seems destined to be one of those genre authors more respected than renowned. Which is a shame, given that this story can easily be stacked up against the likes of classic King (an unavoidable comparison). At it's core, it's a story about the horror inherent to the telling of stories themselves.