Sunday Post

Yesterday I went on a ghost tour at Yorktown. I been look forward to it all week. I will have the picture posted on my other blog: The Haunted Archives. The post will be up later today. I was eating dinner outside and took a picture of this cool ship sailing by on the river.… Continue reading Sunday Post

Book list · Classic Club


Okay I'm doing it. I'm joining the Classic Club. Where I make my own list of classics and read it. What is a classic? That is the question. The universal definition is it a book that is culturally relevant and hasn't stop saying what it needs to say. When thinking about the literature canon it… Continue reading CLASSICS CLUB BOOK LIST

Movie Reviews · Movies

Ernest and Celestine: movie review

Original title: Ernest et Célestine Genre: Animation, adventure, comedy Rated: G Year of Release: 2017 Director: Stephane Aubier, Vincent Patar, Benjamin Renner Summary: Ernest is a bear and Celestine is a mouse. The mice live down in the sewer and the bears live up top. Bears and mice cannot be friends. Ernest and Celestine form an unlikely friendship that cause them both… Continue reading Ernest and Celestine: movie review

Book Blogger Hop · Meme

Book Blogger Hop

Hosted by Coffee addicted writer Question: Have you ever switched reading genres? If so, why? (submitted by Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer) Answer: Honestly I don't understand the nature of the question. Because I don't read one genre to begin with. I read whatever book interest me at the moment. Right now I'm reading a literary… Continue reading Book Blogger Hop

Book Reviews

Tiger Eyes

Genre: realistic fiction POV: 1st person Summary: Davey has never felt so alone in her life. Her father is dead—shot in a holdup—and now her mother is moving the family to New Mexico to try to recover.Climbing in the Los Alamos canyon, Davey meets the mysterious Wolf, who can read Davey’s “sad eyes.” Wolf is the… Continue reading Tiger Eyes

Meme · Stacking the Shelves

Weirdest foods I love

Hosted by Long and Short Reviews This week topic is Weirdest foods you love. Answer: I like eating goat cheese. What I like to do is put some goat cheese and a little cream cheese in the crock pot. Then add some peppers, tomatoes, and a bunches of different herbs. Heat it up and used it… Continue reading Weirdest foods I love

Monthly wrap up · Sunday Post

July Wrap-up

How to make a Serial Killer by Christopher Berry-Dee, & Steven Morris - Read review - So...I read about serial killers. yeah that a thing I do. The Vison by Dean R. Koontz - Read review - Has anyone else read anything by Dean Koontz? What other books of his would you recommend? I have… Continue reading July Wrap-up

Graphic Novels · Graphic novels & manga

The Nameless City Trilogy

Author: Faith Erin Hicks Color by Jordie Bellaire Summary: Built on an ancient mountain pass, the City is forever being invaded by one nation or another, and every new master gives it a new name. But for the natives, their home is the Nameless City, and those who try to name it are forever outsiders.… Continue reading The Nameless City Trilogy

Book Reviews

The Demon’s Mirror

Author: James S. Wallerstein Genre: Horror, Fantasy, Weird fiction POV: 3rd person Summary: A haunted mirror that lays hidden in a cave in the mountains. This is the story of the unlucky souls that find it. Review: Once again another obscure book I find bury in the hoopla app. I have a tendency to read books… Continue reading The Demon’s Mirror


Showing my bookshelves

This weeks challenge: Show us your book(s) Oh boy. Are you ready for this? Lo! and behold! My bookshelves: Here some more pictures for a closer look. The lighting is not the best and my shadow got in the way. Top shelf: Middle shelf: Bottom shelf: Nonfiction: That is only the tip of the iceberg… Continue reading Showing my bookshelves