Book Review: The Human Santapede

"So here it is, Merry Christmas, / Everybody's arse to face, / Shitting down each other's throats, / A yuletide disgrace." The Human Santapede.  Who even knew this was a thing?!  I was just looking through Amazon for some Christmas horror books when I stumbled across this cover, spat out my eggnog, and dropped my … Continue reading Book Review: The Human Santapede

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The 20 Questions Book Tag

I got this tag from Kara at Bernard's Book Blog and SHE got this tag from Destiny at Howling Libraries.  This is the first book tag blog post I have taken part in, but my bff Kara does them all the time and I could not resist any longer!  She pointed out in one of … Continue reading The 20 Questions Book Tag

Book Review: Warm, Dark Places Are Best

I just finished reading Warm, Dark Places Are Best by Mike Duke.  And all of my fears (irrational, as some of my loved ones have always told me) came to life and I am dying right now.  The only thing I really want to give away about the plot is that the story is about … Continue reading Book Review: Warm, Dark Places Are Best

Book Review: The Woman In Black

Where do I even begin with this one?  Maybe I will just start with a brief summary of the book for y'all and then get right into business. Arthur Kipps is an up-and-coming London solicitor who is sent to Crythin Gifford—a faraway town in the windswept salt marshes beyond Nine Lives Causeway—to attend the funeral … Continue reading Book Review: The Woman In Black

Book Review: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

I am not sure I am at the right place in my life to need/enjoy this book as much as others do.  It all seemed a little too "Dr. Phil with lots of cuss words" to me and not very much helpful information.  Maybe I have already mastered the subtle art of not giving a … Continue reading Book Review: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

Book Review: Unqualified

I just love when Audible has the authors narrate their comedic novels or memoirs.  They wrote the book, so they definitely know how it sounded in their minds and can give it that perfect inflection, emphasis, loudness/quietness, etc.  Unqualified, by Anna Faris, is no exception from that.  Anna does a great job narrating in this … Continue reading Book Review: Unqualified

A Trip To The Dentist

I just recently had my quarterly teeth cleaning at the dentist.  Yes, quarterly.  It takes some work to have a flawless smile, you know.  Like many of you, I detest going to the dentist.  I even try to make it as painless and convenient as possible by selecting a dentist that is in the same … Continue reading A Trip To The Dentist