Between Naps (1)


Between naps, this happened last week:

Horror Reviews:  
Got Your Goat by Edward Lorn, Trooper #4 by Noah Chinn,  Cool to the Touch by Terry Maggert

Other Reviews:
Spun by Catherine McKenzie & Yes, Please by Amy Poehler

Horror Film Friday: The Forest

New Books for Fall:  Creepy & New

Personal: My Sweet Buddy



And this week features more of the same. I will be running more "reviews" as I try to get everything up and categorized. This is an on-going, possibly never-ending project. There might be a Horror Film review if I get my butt in gear, and there will be reviews by authors Ernest Cline,Tim Curran, Maria Semple and a short story freebie from H.P. Lovecraft & Stephen King as well as a cookbook review for our furry friends. A little something for everyone, eh?
May the bowl never be empty again!
I am pretty much booked up with reading selections for the next month but if there are any authors with a new release who would like a little spotlight on their book without a review please leave a comment on this post or, if you prefer to keep things under wraps, you can contact me via my queries page. I am open to horror, romance, erotica, anything slightly off-kilter and monsterporn, of course, is always welcome. Since my blog is new and I'm slowly building it up, I will not be running giveaways just yet but I'm hoping to maybe do so in the future. No interviews or stock blog tour posts though, sorry, I'm way too lazy for all of that.

I'm going to become a little social, as scary as that may be, and do the Stacking The Shelves,  Sunday Post and Mailbox Monday & It's Monday! What Are You Reading? thing because they are all about sharing the book love. And I love that. I'm also easily tempted and always adding things I see to my wishlist when I should be reading. I'm sticking them all in one post because, again, lazy!

From the evil that is Netgalley, my finger slipped and I requested these two.  Ooops! 

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These two arrived in my mailbox. Thank you paperbackswap, the two peened dude and a boy killer dressed as a clown. What was I thinking?

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I grabbed the rest of these while perusing my wishlist over at that other evil place they call Amazon. I know. I have a problem.

The Long Way Down (Daniel Faust Book 1) by [Schaefer, Craig]Enthralled: A Futanari Vampire Erotic Romance (Futanari Vampires Book 1) by [Calderwood, Bryce]Dark Desires (Dark Gothic Book 1) by [Silver, Eve]Ghost Story by [Brackett, Jeff]Hungry Like the Wolf (SWAT Book 1) by [Tyler, Paige]What's a Girl to Do?: HarperImpulse Erotica Romance (A Novella) (Indecent Proposals, Book 1) by [Duffy, Aimee]Girl in the Dark: A Novel by [Pauw, Marion, Velmans, Hester]

As for Monday, What Are You Reading? This is what I'm working on:

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Will I finish them all? Highly unlikely but I'm going to give it my best.


Please talk to me and tell me what you're up to!  I'd love to hear from you and will always visit you in return.

Comments

  1. It looks like you read some good creepy books. I love the title for The Bride Wore Brains! I have to find out more, and look forward to your review.

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    1. That title got me too. I'm hoping it's a good one. Thanks for visiting!

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  2. I thought about nabbing a copy of Nightmares - Datlow always puts together a great collection - but I know I won't get to it anytime soon. I haven't read Enthralled yet, but One Good Turn was fantastic, so I'm looking forward to more futa vamps. :)

    The Bride Wore Brains was a fun read too, although I found it a slow starter.

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    1. I'm a fan of short stories but not-so-much a fan of reviewing collections. I don't know why I do this to myself ;) Glad to hear about The Bride Wore Brains. I'm in desperate need of a fun read.

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  3. I have Nightmares and couldn't resist requesting Five Stories High too. I love horror and my pups so I'll be looking forward to some of next week's posts.

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    1. Yay, thanks for visiting. I love finding fellow dark fiction fans!

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  4. The evil that is Netgalley got me this week too! :) Not near as bad as normal though...lol. I hope you like Hungry Like a Wolf, I enjoyed it. :)

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    1. Thanks Stormi, that Netgalley is a dangerous place!

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  5. Oop, NetGalley has struck again! Don't worry, it got me last week. You've been reading a lot of horror books, but I guess that it's the right season. Have a fabulous week! :)

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    1. Yeah, I was part participating in the Booklikes Halloween Bingo so it's been all horror for several weeks. I need a little breather from all of the darkness though!

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  6. Ooo lots of pretty new reads. Yay for getting social. I'm going to attempt the same in Nov and start doing Top Ten Tuesday and Waiting on Wednesday. Hopefully we both have fun with it :D

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    1. I hope you have fun with them too. I'm going to start things slowly. Don't want to overwhelm myself ;)

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  7. Awesome set of books you got! I need to read the Fireman sometime down the line!

    Here’s my Sunday Post!

    Catch you over @ Rabbit Ears Book Blog and join in this week’s Book Photo Sundays!

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    1. Thanks for checking out my blog Ronyell. I've been wanting to read The Fireman for ages but it's so huge that it scares me a little :)

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  8. My fingers seem to get slippery when it comes to Netgalley too! Strange, right?

    I enjoyed The Fireman and I hope you do too!

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    1. I think my best bet is not logging on to Netgalley. I have no willpower!

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  9. ENJOY your new books.

    Great covers. A few are catching my eye.

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

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  10. The puppy is so darn cute. I had a dog that would sit while she was eating when she was a puppy. :-)
    sherry @ fundinmental My Sunday Memes

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    1. That was my first pup ever. He had such a joy about him and loved every minute of his life.

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