Today has been a very long day, I never posted a post so late before but I’m still in time for this post. Today I am going to share with you all some wonderful Halloween photos from Bookstagramers that I personally follow. I absolutely love each and every photo that I have found. Hope you all enjoy these lovely festive photos as much as I do. Here is the Bookish Halloween Appreciation!
Make sure to check out these amazing Bookstagramers. TTFN.
Hosted Today By Camilla @ Reader In The Attic
“Create one or more snacks (sweet or savory) and a drink (if you want), all must be Halloween themed. Should be created with a mix of common food elements and parts of our beloved mythical and magical creatures.”
Welcome Bookworms to the Blogoween Gory Bar, I’m your bartender, Viva Marie and I’m here to make your evening a bit more spooky with some Bookish Cocktails with some Spook for the season, This is Halloween!
2 Cups Vodka (Your gonna need it)
1 TSP Of Prince Cardan’s blood
1 TSP of Queen Of Heart’s blood
1/2 Cup of Blueberries
Splash of grenadine
1 TPS Tiger blood
1 Tigers toe
3 Sabertooth Fangs
1 cup of pineapples
2 Cups of Whiskey
2 Cups of Vanilla Vodka
1 Blue Caterpillar
1 Mystical Cats eye
1 Blended Lemon Tart
Sprinkle some sugar powder on top
( My boyfriend was watching me make this post so he made one up all on his own and this is what he came up with, measurements done by me)
2 cups of whiskey
1 cup of Fairy’s blood
2 blended Fairy Wings
5 Crocodile scales
1 Lost Boy’s Tooth
Sprinkle of Fairy Dust
Garnish With a Pirates Hook
3 Monkey’s Paws
Dead Man’s Toe
White Rabbit’s Ears
Hope you enjoy this Spooky, Gory cocktails made by yours truly. Now sit back and relax with a good book for the rest of the evening. Let me know what you guys think. TTFN.
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Happy Saturday bookworms. Today is a gloomy day here in Vegas and I can’t get enough of it. Perfect reading and cleaning weather. I have a confession to make! I absolutely love to read but in the past three days, I been addicted to playing Call Of Duty WW2 Hordpoint, Which is zombies running after you and you always have to focus killing the other teammates while holding a certain spot down to earn points. I swore to myself to get back on track tonight and read my current read to have it finished in three days.
Every month I go on a big book haul on the 25th or around that time. This month I will be going on the 24th which is our Book Club meeting at our local Barnes And Noble and that’s when I’ll do my major book shopping. I thought I would share with you guys my Halloweenish books on my list for this month.
The Monkey’s Paw By W. W. Jacobs
I remember reading this when I was a kid in school and I loved it! I barely remember what happens or the full details but what I do know is that whoever holds the monkey paw you have three wishes…that come with major consequences.
The Witch’s Daughter By Paula Brackston
The Return Of The Witch By Paula Brackston
Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children Series By Ransom Riggs
I think I’m going to leave it at that for this month. I’m not really into scary stories however if it has a great, twisted story, something I was not expecting towards the end then I’m all in for it. If you heard of any of these books let me know. TTFN.
Title: One Too Many Lies
Author: L. A. Bowen
Publisher: West 44 Books
Publishing Date: December 1, 2018
THANK YOU NETGALLEY AND THE PUBLISHER FOR THE COPY OF THIS BOOK. ALL THOUGHTS AND OPINIONS ARE MY OWN.
This book was not for me. The book is written in verse. I felt this could have been written better with more of a story to it. The book was not going anywhere with the characters or nothing too exciting happens.
Paige is the girl writing as if she is in her journal. She writes down everything that is going on around her. She and her two best friends tell little white lies to people around them if it is about their age or where they are staying the night.
The story is short and maybe could have been a bit longer so we could get more from the characters. But all in all, I almost DNF the book but kept going for hopes that it was going to get better with the plot but nothing came of it.
I gave it 1/5 for the lack of character growth, not very detailed or scripted. The story of the girls and the white lies was just not very interesting or exciting for me.
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