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Boozy Books: The Mysteries of Udolpho

Heyo! Welcome to today’s (well, yesterday’s) Boozy Books. I confess, I’m not sure what’s going on with A; we’re on opposite sides of the state right now, so we’re not seeing each other. 394 more words

Spooky Books

Halloween is just around the corner. Do you read spooky books at this time of year? I do, so I thought you might like a list of what’s spooky in my list. 28 more words

Historical Romance

haunting books to make you shiver

Reading is an all-year-round thing for me but becomes extra special when the season changes and begins to cool down. It gives you a credible excuse to cozy up in your thick flannels and bury yourself in mounds of pillow and fuzzy blankets which a cup of hot herbal tea with your favorite book. 1,280 more words

The [Good] Bad Boy

Ladies love a bad boy.

I’d like to amend this statement to the following: Ladies love a good bad boy.

Actually think of a bad boy – a  507 more words


My Guest Kathy L Wheeler presents Blood Stained Memories

Welcome to my guest, Kathy L Wheeler

Please tell us why you wrote Blood Stained Memories.

I originally started this book to write under Mel Odom’s Winter Frost gothic line. 910 more words


Feminist Halloween 2016: Day 2: Empathy for the Devil

This absolute treasure of an essay and accompanying video by Evan Hayles Gledhill and Dr. Lori Morimoto explore the themes of the genre of gothic romance and the parallels between William Godwin’s Things as They Are, or the Adventures of Caleb Williams (1794); Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë (1847); and NBC’s TV series Hannibal (2013-2015). 284 more words


Fave Read | JANE EYRE: 4 Reasons to Read

Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre is my absolute favorite book. I read it first when I was 12 and have subsequently read it at least once a year since. 686 more words