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Every October, I try to read Halloween-appropriate books. I love getting into the mood for the holiday, and even though I usually don’t go out (parties are not really my thing), I love curling up with some dark and spooky reads. 633 more words


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Challenge Week: Monster Book Challenge Day #5: Demons

Welcome to the final day of my Monster Book Challenge! So far, there have been book reviews on vampires, zombies, witches and ghosts. Today’s chosen monster is… Demons [sort of]!

  • Title: Horns
  • Author: Joe Hill
  • Published: 2010

I don’t know about you, but I get demon/devil vibes from a book with a title like Horns – not to mention Daniel Radcliffe’s portrayal as Ig with some creepy looking horns in the 2014 film adaptation. Hence, my decision to feature Horns.

However, this is where I leave my opinions on Horns, as I haven’t actually read the book!

If you’re particularly eagle-eyed, you’ll noticed that the following Horns book review is actually a reblog from Stephanie’s blog at Adventures of a Bibliophile.  I’m a follower of Stephanie’s and I absolutely loved reading this book review, and thought it just perfect for Halloween, so I thought I’d share it with you all.

You can find Stephanie's review below - read and enjoy!

That’s all from me; I hope you enjoyed my various Halloween book reviews! I’ll definitely be adding Horns to my TBR!

- Judith

Head Sculpture

Excited about this sculpt by Brian Hulsey! Check out the cool side by side with my original painting “The King’s New Crown.”


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Day 27 - Creepy

This right here is the bane of my existence – the deathclaw. I love how the style of it has developed so much between Fallout 3 and 4. 65 more words


Nearing the end of inktober!

Here’s today’s drawing, only 5 more to go!


Horns - Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)


With the death of one town’s little angel comes the rise of a demon, one who exposes everyone’s inner most sinful thoughts.

Trigger Warning(s): Rape scene… 871 more words



There is probably a Latin name for it, kerasophobia, perhaps. The constant honking of car horns here in Delhi drives me crazy. Some drivers blast their horns to signal their approach, so that everything in their path will move aside to let them pass, like Moses parting the Red Sea. 677 more words