Books I loved (and didn't love) in January
It was so strange, she thought, that the villains in fairy tales were all ugly old women or wolves that could talk. After all, Daddy wasn't either of those things. © Shyla Fairfax-Owen
(358 words) She didn't want to wake up.
HAPPY NEW YEAR's EVE ♥ I must say, 2019 was not my best year, but I did read a lot of great books. So that's something! But with all the major life events that occurred this past year, I kid you not, I 100% forgot about this challenge until mid-December. I probably only paid attention… Continue reading 2019 Reading Challenge Results
Day 7 - Stockings and Spells by Nancy Warren Here it is, my final pick. I chose today's book based on the fact that it's the most enjoyable book I read this year that was set entirely throughout the holiday season. It's the 4th instalment of the Vampire Knitting Club cozy mystery series, and it's… Continue reading Christmas Cookies and Book Pairings – Day 7
Christmas Cookies and Book Pairings
Day 5 - Harbour by John A Lindqvist There are so many good horror books set in the wintertime, but oddly enough, many of them are still on my TBR list (get on it Santa!). That said, when I think of cold horror books, Lindqvist always comes to mind. This one takes place on an… Continue reading Christmas Cookies and Book Pairings – Day 5