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review 2016-12-05 07:47
Review: Bearly Working (Grizzly List #3)
Bearly Working (The Grizzly List Book 3) - Julia Talbot

This was even more adorable than the first two books of this series. I loved that there was no angst whatsoever in this cute little story.

This had the fastest insta-love of all insta-loves ever. I don’t think they said more than a couple of sentences to each other before the I love yous were bursting out. But hey, it’s true love!

Cute cute cuteness all around with these cuddly bears.

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review 2016-12-04 07:56
Review: One And Only Bear (Grizzly List #2)
One and Only Bear (The Grizzly List Book 2) - Julia Talbot

Very cute bear shifter story.

Bear shifter Oscar thinks a relationship or sex is not for him since he has never felt a lot of attraction to other people. But as any bear he does like to cuddle, so he places an ad in the Grizzly List Weekly for a cuddle buddy.

Big grizzly bear Patrick is intrigued when he sees the ad for a friend to cuddle with. After some online conversations the two decide to meet. Patrick immediately sees that Oscar doesn’t need a friend, he needs a bear like himself to take good care of him.

Everything seems to be going well between the two, when Patrick takes Oscar to meet his friends. When socially awkward Oscar feels overwhelmed Patrick doesn’t understand it, and they end up breaking up.

Of course once Patrick pulls his head out of his ass he is ready to beg for forgiveness if that’s what it takes for the cute white spirit bear to take him back.

I have to admit I’m not a big fan of the break-up trophy (especially the reason, Patrick was being a DICK!), but the cuteness of the rest made up for it. And there is snuggling. Lots of bear snuggling.

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text 2016-09-01 03:42
Halloween Bingo Eve - The List

"Something wicked this way comes..."

I'm a little crazy and going for the blackout.

"If this one doesn't scare you, you're already dead!"

I've got my book of Poe ready. I'll be working through a bunch of straight horror that we have on our shelves at home.

"They're all gonna laugh at you..."

I'm leaving some squares free of planned reading because it seems like a good idea based on my known tendency to mood read.

"Hi, I'm Chucky. Wanna play?"

I am ready.

ch ch ch ah ah ah

 

 

 

 

 

Read by Candlelight or Flashlight:

 

Magical Realism: The Winter Sea by Susanna Kearsley (own)

 

Witches:

 

Genre: Horror:  The Sentinel by Jeffrey Konvitz (own)

 

Black Cat:   Black Cat by John Russo (own)

 

Diverse Authors can be Spooky Fun:  Legend by Marie Lu (own)

 

Ghost Stories and Haunted Houses:  The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson   (checked out at library)

 

Young Adult Horror:

 

Scary Woman (Authors):  The Ghost Stories of Edith Wharton  (own)

 

Read with Booklikes Friends:  Ammie, Come Home by Barbara Michaels  (need to buy)

 

Grave or Graveyard:  The Grave by Charles L. Grant (own)

 

Genre: Mystery:  

 

Raven:

 

Gothic:  Phantom by Susan Kay (own)

 

Creepy Crawlies:  The Rats by James Herbert  (own)

 

“Fall” into a good book:  Stiff Competition by Annaliese Ryan (library)

 

Locked Room Mystery:  The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman  (own)

 

It was a Dark and Stormy Night:

 

Set in New England:  Salem’s Lot by Stephen King (own)

 

Full Moon:  Jogger’s Moon by Jon Messman (own)

 

Vampires vs. Werewolves:  Night Broken by Patricia Briggs (library)

 

Supernatural:

 

Classic Horror:  I am Legend by Richard Matheson  (own)

 

Pumpkin:

 

Set on Halloween:  Halloween by Curtis Richards     (own)

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review 2016-06-21 03:23
The Yellow Wall-Paper
The Yellow Wall-Paper - Charlotte Perkins Gilman

It starts so simply...a couple is on vacation. She is ill and taking a rest in the country. But is that true? She is scared, and trapped, and not allowed to leave. Her fear is palpable. Or, maybe, she is an extremely unreliable narrator?

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review 2016-06-09 05:18
The House on the Borderland
The House on the Borderland - William Hope Hodgson

This book started off so promising--it was creepy in a science fictiony 1900 kind of way.

And then it got weird. Not science fiction weird. More like Carl Sagan narrating a tour of the universe as imagined by some guy in 1900. For chapters and chapters and chapters.

And then it goes back to part one, kind of. But now the terror is caused by something completely different.

All in just 186 pages.

WHY OH WHY is this book on the 1001 list?

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