Oldie but a goody. Needed an easy but interesting read, and this fit the bill perfectly.
#smilesonlitsy , @dabbe - not a pic I'd usually share but this one's for you! I was at a Christmas card making class and we got candy canes + chocolate as welcome presents. The instructor asked me to pose for a pic - I chose to ham it up.
@StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego - Thank you for my awesome #hauntedhallowswap package! I've been wanting to read this book! The light up ghost, socks, napkins and bookmark are adorable!! Hubby and kiddo were very excited for the candy ♡♡♡
@LeahBergen - Thank you for the awesome swap package!! I will be starting this book today while I enjoy my new coffee and much needed eye patches. The owl mug is AMAZING!!! You are so thoughtful ♡♡♡#FFFS 2023, Thank you for hosting @Chrissyreadit .
K.A. is an auto-buy author for me. I'm not sure how I feel about this one. It is her first foray into adult horror. The creep factor was there, and it was certainly gory. However, I expected more from the ending.
@Deblovestoread - thank you for the AMAZING #FBTBS package!! I can't wait to read The Shadow and Bone Trilogy and the Oregon bookmark is an awesome new one for my collection! The entire package was so thoughtful and made my day! The post it notes are already in my work bag for tomorrow! @Bookgoil
I was hesitant to read this one as it's everywhere with a lot of hype. Oh boy is it worth the hype! I could not put it down! Fantastic cast of characters and a great storyline. Love!
@TheLudicReader - how are you making out? Did you have to stay inside yesterday away from the smoke? Been thinking of you!
I will make a collage for #hhs this week. I've never attempted one on my phone. I've tagged my fav fall/Halloween book that I read every October and the photo is a super cool coffee house I visited in Lethbridge, AB. When I think Halloween, this is my vibe. @wanderinglynn
My fav book of the series so far. I love Louise Penny's unique blend of "whodunit," mixed with character development, moral questions, actual history, and poetry. It's a seamless blend of so many genres into a fantastic fictional series.
1. The Blair Witch Project
2. The original Scream movie - I've never viewed a bathroom stall the same.
3. Poltergeist - TV static *shiver*
Thanks for the tag @TheLudicReader and @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks .
Wanna play @DinoMom , @DebbieGrillo
While on vacation in Lethbridge AB, I visited the amazing local indie bookstore Analog Books. While there, I met author Genevieve Graham, and she graciously signed a copy of her book and posed with me for a pic!!
Conclusion of the Kingdom of the Wicked Trilogy. I enjoyed this book as much, if not more, than the previous two books. There is a satisfying conclusion while also leaving room for secondary characters to explore their own stories in further books. This series is auctioned packed with wide open door romance. An entrataining read.
This review will be ironic as the premise of this book is that a woman writes a poor online review of a book and then gets stalked by the unhappy author.
This book was not good. Extraneous gore, underwhelming writing, unlikable characters. The author tries to throw in every trope and plot twist you can think of related to murder.
100% would not recommend.
Non fiction. I enjoyed learning about New York's complicated first responder system and what a shift actually looks like for EMT's. The author was deeply affected by both 911 and Covid and her experiences are eye opening.
It took me 3 tries to get into this book. Audio was the magic choice. I did not feel interested in this book in the beginning, but by the end, I felt like a friend was giving me a hug.
Coffee, baking, music, magic, and found friends. A wonderful adult fairy tale.
Highly recommend to managers in the vet field. This book is choc full of examples from the vet industry and reviews issues unique to the field. Loved it so much that I've convinced my boss to purchase a copy for each of her clinic managers, and I'm going to host a book club about it!
I'd held off on reading this one as it had been posted everywhere, and I usually do not have good luck with really popular books.
This one was a great surprise! The characters were interesting, the storyline was fun (and at times made fun of itself), and the romance is full open door.
This was very dry. I did enjoy the scientific research. They were able to prove that incivility impacts productivity, causes the loss of focus, and creates organizational instability. The most interesting part? Employees only need to witness incivility to have these effects!
I've been down and out with a gastro bug the past couple of days and I needed something to read that would keep my attention without requiring too much thought. Coven fit the bill!! I loved the color palette and illustrations in this graphic novel and the story of teenage found (witch) family was interesting. I also really liked that it kept both my attention as an adult and my 11 year old was able to enjoy it as well.