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SomedayAlmost
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Reading a supernatural story while writing a ghost story… I am only a few chapters in, but already enjoying the mood and setting… #spooky #supernatural #horrorwriter

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PaulaCappaAuthor
The Dazzling Darkness | Paula Cappa
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JASPER PEACOCK hits the Amazon Kindle Best Seller List #44 in Horror Short Stories and #60 in 45-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads. Review: “There is much talk of ghosts. Ghosts in Peacock‘s paintings, ghosts that harm, ghosts that haunt. A short, spooky, little story, five stars!“ Priscilla Bettis, author of The Hay Bale. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09PJXGPZX #mysteries #shortstories #fiction #thrillers #AmazonKindle #kindle

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MaggieLeighB4483
Meddling Kids | Edgar Cantero
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“The night was cold but gentle like an X-rated metaphor.” 😂🤣😂

Ddzmini 🤣🤣🤣👀 2d
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Andrew65
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Love this #Book #BeginsWith

Eggs Another great Gaiman book 💙🖤💙 2d
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swynn
Book of Accidents | Chuck Wendig
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(2021) Here's a wild ride, a chunk of dark fantasy presenting as horror, that reminds me a lot of the books Clive Barker was writing in the 1980s and early 1990s, but exploring cycles of abuse the way Barker examined desire. Plus, you know, serial killers, violence, magic, ritual sacrifice, and then there's the weird stuff ...

Leftcoastzen Great review! 😂 3d
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bookish.mum
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I completed my 2021 Goodreads goal of 45 books so I am happy with that 🙌 I read 34 physical books and 11 ebooks and I enjoyed all of them! My first read of 2021 was a reread of The Green Mile and my last read for the year was The Troop by Nick Cutter. My 2022 goals are to aim for 45 books again, go on a book buying ban for a few months and continue to read all the unread books on my shelves.

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ProudBookNerd
Dead in the Family | Charlaine Harris
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My guilty pleasure. There's been a lot going on and I needed something light and entertaining to get my mind off the insanity so it was time to revisit this series. Vampires, shapeshifters, fairies, demons with some romance, mystery, and intrigue thrown in. Book 10 in the Sookie Stackhouse series is just as insane and entertaining as the first 9 books. Serious literature it is not, but it sure is creative, entertaining and silly.

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CoffeeNBooks
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I really enjoyed this second book in the series. It seems like there was even more going on in this book than the first. There were a few things that didn't get explained, but I'm hoping it will all make sense after I read the third book.

DrexEdit Wasn't this made into a TV show once? Like one that only lasted a season or two? It sounds so familiar but I don't think I've ever read the books 5d
CoffeeNBooks @DrexEdit Yes, I didn't realize until I started reading the books that they made a TV show based on them. 4d
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Enchanted_Bibliophile
Lasher | Anne Rice
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Managed to finish my #BookSpin book (Lasher) as well...
Things are looking up...
I've even started 2 new ones

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TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 5d
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Nicki_K
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If like me you love anything serial killery then this book is for you. John Wayne has been obsessed with serial killers from a young age...he even likes to tell people he was named after John Wayne Gacy (which he wasn't). Now there is a serial killer in John Waynes town and he is determined to use all the serial killer knowledge he has gained to hunt them down, all whilst keeping his own desires to become a serial killer under control.⭐⭐⭐⭐