Halloween 2021

Clockwise from top left: Poultrygeist | Hardly Haunted | Vampenguin | You, S3 | Midnight Mass | Malignant| Till Death | The Djinn | Night House Last year's Halloween round up were things I wanted to read or watch., as well as a few things I was recommending for younger audiences. I got through 3 of the 15 things shared. So this year's round up are

Monthly Reads: September

September is always a busy month. It's birthday month. It's back-to-school month. It's a change in seasons month. BUSY, BUSY, BUSY. No surprise that reading diminished significantly. The standout this month was Too Much Slime! This was so much fun to read, which a lot of sound effects. I'd pair this book with a DIY

Monthly Reads: August

August saw fewer romances, although I'm still on that Alyssa Cole train! Alisha Rai was really cute. This was the September book for The Happily Ever After Book Club. What I found interesting was how Rai skirts around COVID-19 and the global pandemic by hinting towards illness and isolation without outright stating global events. Dear

Monthly Reads: April

Well, April was very picture book heavy. It's been a struggle balancing working, reading, content creation and house hunting, all while trying to find a vaccine appointment. If you live outside Ontario, Canada, you may not know -- but it's been an extremely stressful pandemic, due to poor decision-making at the leadership level. All the

Monthly Reads: February

I have been busy, all swept up in Julia Quinn's Bridgerton series. I've just got the last book left -- Gregory Bridgerton. I've already started. I've found that I vaguely remember each story once I've started reading, but sometimes I remember better than others. If you don't know already, the identity of Mrs. Whistledown is