Tag: words

In a Nutshell – Naomi’s Room by Jonathan Aycliffe

HOLY S*** SNACKS. That was honestly the creepiest book I have read in a long time. I don’t know why but the haunted house trope always gets me right in the anxiety. But this? This was like a haunted house story but amped up by a thousand. So so insanely

In a Nutshell – The Stranger Diaries by Elly Griffiths

What an enjoyable gothic-tinged story! I’m not really sure what else to add to this review if I’m honest. The characters were solid + well formed. The story itself was executed perfectly. The many twists and shocks kept me on my toes. Hell, there’s even talk of ghosts + hauntings.

Adapt

The birds that sing overhead Insects scuttle underfoot Fish in the waves, riverbeds too The life that lives where it can. Adaptable, making the most of it They find a way to thrive Not all but some it must be known Do proudly soldier on. Humans as well do this

Bookish News!

Yes I’m one of those people now: I’m starting a Bookstagram. It’s the same link as the one I *think* is already hooked up with my blog. But in case you’ve missed it and want to check it out, here it is 😊 http://www.instagram.com/thosedarkpages

Freestyle #2

We see the world the way we want Rose-tinted glasses or the skeptics shades Optimist, pessimist and realist alike Perceive and analyse, fitting their views Good or evil, grey area morals Ethics for some but foreign to others Perhaps our realities aren’t the same Parallel but never to entwine Marching

Bring the right thing

Some people bring the sunshine Others bring the rain Some people bring both at once The joy and the pain Some people want what’s best For you and all their kin Others only see themselves Their selfishness kicks in What is it that you bring To other people’s lives Sunshine

Bookworm Q&A

Just a little light-hearted, book related post for this Sunday evening… *DISCLAIMER* I’m not shaming anyone who enjoys any of the authors or books mentioned. Everyone has their own taste and that’s what makes the world such an interesting place. BOOK I DISLIKE: The Boy in the Attic by David

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