The Savior’s Champion by Jenna Moreci *Release Week Extravaganza!*

Hi everyone!

I’m so excited that it is release week for Jenna Moreci’s The Savior’s Champion! If you remember, I reviewed TSC and it’s a 5☆ in my opinion. Check out my review here!


The Savior’s Champion

Romance/Dark Fantasy/Action Adventure/Adult

Release Date: April 24th

Synopsis:

Tobias Kaya doesn’t care about The Savior. He doesn’t care that She’s the Ruler of the realm or that She purified the land, and he certainly doesn’t care that She’s of age to be married. But when competing for Her hand proves to be his last chance to save his family, he’s forced to make The Savior his priority.

Now Tobias is thrown into the Sovereign’s Tournament with nineteen other men, and each of them is fighting–and killing–for the chance to rule at The Savior’s side. Instantly his world is plagued with violence, treachery, and manipulation, revealing the hidden ugliness of his proud realm. And when his circumstances seem especially dire, he stumbles into an unexpected romance, one that opens him up to unimaginable dangers and darkness.

*This book contains graphic violence, adult language and sexual situations.*


Jenna is holding a presale giveaway, and there are only a few days left to enter. Everyone who pre-orders is welcome to enter the presale giveaway. Each participant will receive the first five chapters of TSC. Grand prize winners will be selected on the release date, and weekly prizes will be handed out to random winners up to and during release week. Enter here!

Buy TSC! (Available in Ebook and Hardback):

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Read the first three chapters here

Add TSC to your GoodReads shelf


If you haven’t subscribed to Jenna’s channel yet, now would be the time to do so. She’s posting videos every day from now until the 27th, in celebration of the TSC release on the 24th. You won’t want to miss it! (Click the photo to go to her Youtube channel and subscribe.)

Learn More About Jenna Moreci:

Jenna Moreci is a Silicon Valley native and YouTube sensation, dominating the authortube communities with her straightforward and hilarous writing channel. A lifelong storyteller, Jenna specializes in crafting thrilling adventures with heaping doses of bloodshed and romance.

When she’s not writing or ‘tubing, Jenna enjoys angry music, potent wine, and laughing until her face hurts with her goofball fiance.

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This book is fantastic and I can’t wait to hold it in my hands on the 24th. Jenna is amazing on YouTube and if you like writing, she gives great advice. I highly suggest subscribing and buying TSC. If you do, let me know what your thoughts are on it. I’d love to hear your opinions!

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Days of the Week Book Tag

Hi everyone!

Ugh. It’s Monday, but we can only hope the week will fly by.

I found this tag at Sam’s Little Corner and thought it would be a fun way to kick off the week.


Monday: Book you’re too lazy to read.

The Game of Thrones books. I might ruffle some feathers here but I’m not a fan of the show (😮) and because of that, I’m not really intetested in reading the books. But, they are also really long, and I’m too lazy to try to see if I’ll enjoy them.

Tuesday: A book that was hard to finish.

I’m not sure why, but I struggled to finish The Call by Peadar O’Guilin. It’s not a bad book, nor is it boring…I just kept putting it down. I’ll have to work out my issues with it in a review.

Wednesday: Book you haven’t finished.

Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas. Not because I don’t like it, but because Obsidio by Aime Kaufman and Jay Kristoff was released. Haha.

Thursday: Book you don’t recommend.

The Maze Runner by James Dashner. I liked it when I read it, but now I’m not that into it and have no interest in finishing the rest of the books.

Friday: A book you can’t wait to be released.

It’s cheating to say Obsidio by Aime Kaufman and Jay Kristoff, but I’m going to anyway. I’m not normally one to keep up on release dates, except in this case.

Saturday: A book you wanted to re-read right away.

The Savior’sChampion by Jenna Moreci. I almost started reading it again, right away, but I had to contain myself.

Sunday: A book you didn’t want to end.

Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor. Thank goodness there were two more books!


What are you currently reading?

If you do the tag, let me know so I can read your answers!

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The Intimidating TBR Tag

Hi everyone!

Happy weekend. It’s been a crazy week, but hubby and I took Monday off, so I’m excited to have a three day weekend.

I haven’t done a tag in a while, and thought this would be fun. I found this one here. As usual, if you’d like to do the tag, go for it! Let me know so I can read your answers. 😊


1. A book on your TBR pile that you haven’t finished.

Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas. I’m about half way through, but I recently agreed to read and review a couple of books, so I put this one on the back burner so I could focus. I have one more to read and review, and then I’ll be back to this one.

2. A book you just haven’t had the time to read for.

Dreams of Gods and Monsters by Laini Taylor. I’m so mad I haven’t finished this one. I loved the first two, and I can’t wait to find out the end, but I just haven’t had time.

3. A book you haven’t read because it’s a sequel.

I will choose Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo for this one. I’m definitely getting there. I need to write my Six of Crows review.

4. A book you haven’t read because it’s brand new.

I’m going to say Origin by Dan Brown. It’s the newest book on my shelf, so I’m going with it.

5. A book by and author you read previously but didn’t really like.

Insurgent by Veronica Roth. I’m not really a fan of Divergent, so I’m not sure how much time I really want to dedicate to the other books.

6. A book on your TBR pile that you’re just not in the mood to read.

I guess for this I will go with Gone by Michael Grant. I bought it at a used bookstore, and now I’m just not that excited to read it. I’ll probably read it someday.

7. A book on your TBR pile that you haven’t read because it’s enormous.

I’m really disappointed to say Gemina by Aime Kaufman and Jay Kristoff. However, I’ve been listening to the audio book to and from work, and on lunch break, so I’m making time. It’s so good, but it’s also big. Haha.

8. A book on your TBR you bought because of the cover.

Cinder by Marissa Meyer. I really didn’t need to read the blurb, I just wanted the pretty cover. Haha.

9. The book on your TBR you find the most intimidating.

Creation Basics & Beyond by Various authors at ICR. This one is a science book, and while I’m not really great at science, I really want to dig into it. It’s just intimidating. I’ve read a bit of it, but it takes time for my brain to process in the info.


That’s all I have for you today. What are you currently reading? Let me know in the comments!

I hope you enjoy your weekend!

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The Bookshelf Scavenger Hunt

Hi everyone!

Happy Sunday. I hope your weekend is going well. I found this tag here. Once again, I apologize that the picture quality isn’t the best.

Enjoy. 🙂


• Find an author’s name or title with the letter Z in it

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• Find a classic

I sadly don’t have any classics on my shelf. 😦

• Find a book with a key on it

I also failed to find a book with a key on it. 😦

• Find something on your bookshelf that’s not a book

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These were on my cake for my wedding shower. 🙂

• Find the oldest book on your shelf

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• Find a book with a girl on the cover

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• Find a book that has an animal in it

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• Find a book with a male protagonist

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• Find a book with only words on it

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• Find a book with illustrations in it

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It has maps in it…it’s as close as I could get.

• Find a book with gold lettering

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My camera sucks, but this is definitely gold.

• Find a diary (true or fictional)

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Not really a diary, but it’s her story.

• Find a book written by someone with a common name (like Smith)

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• Find a book that has a closeup of something on it

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• Find a book on your shelf that takes place in the earliest time period

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I mean, it’s about time travel, so, it kind of works.

• Find a hardcover book without a jacket

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Find a teal/turquoise colored book

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• Find a book with stars on it

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Okay, I cheated a little.

• Find a non-YA book

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That’s all I have for you today. If you participate in the tag, be sure to let me know. I’d love to see your answers.

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The Savior’s Champion by Jenna Moreci – *Cover Reveal, Book Trailer, & Release Date!*

Hi everyone!

I know this is a late post for me, but I couldn’t wait! I have mentioned Jenna Moreci a few times in past blog posts. She has just revealed the cover, book trailer and release date of her up coming fantasy novel, The Savior’s Champion, and I can’t even put into words how excited I am! I’m just going to let the cover speak for itself. So, without further adieu…


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Isn’t it beautiful?! If you love the cover, you definitely need to check out the book trailer. You can see that here!

The Savior’s Champion will be released, April 24th and you can be sure I will be reading this as soon as I can get my hands on it!

Jenna is having a cover reveal contest. Check out the description of the book trailer linked above for all the details.

Learn more about Jenna here and don’t forget to subscribe to her YouTube channel.


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Giving Thanks – Book Tag

Hi everyone! I wanted to do this tag now because I won’t be posting tomorrow or Thursday.

I’m still feeling completely awful, so I’m still home. Today and tomorrow, I am going to write all day.

Unfortunately, I don’t think I will be winning NaNoWriMo this year, but I’m immensely impressed with what I was able to accomplish while feeling so terrible.

Thanksgiving Day is always crazy and I will be sure to do a blog post on that, Friday.

Today, I wanted to do a Thanksgiving themed tag, which I found here. As always, I tag you if you d like to play along.


Giving Thanks Book Tag

Name a book that made you thankful you live in your world and not the book’s world.

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. Definitely not a world I would want to live in. The districts, poor and unhealthy…the Capital, naive and obnoxious…and, I would be the first to die in the Games.

Give thanks to a book that changed your perspective.

My Story by Elizabeth Smart. I very rarely pick up biographies and this one had reviews ranging from 1 star to 5. I went to a Woman’s conference with a group from work, and Elizabeth Smart was the speaker. After hearing her describe some of what happened to her, I immediately bought the book. While the writing isn’t the best, the story is heart-wrenching and inspiring all at once.

What character would you be thankful for if they were your significant other?

I’m cheating. Damon from The Vampire Diaries TV show. I haven’t read the books, but he’s always my answer. I know, he’s a pretty messed up character but the change he goes through during the entire story is so significant that I can’t help but love him.

What character would you say, “thanks but not thanks” to?

Akiva from Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor. I’m just…meh…about him. It isn’t that he’s a bad character or boring, he is just not my favorite.

Name a book that made you laugh out loud?

I don’t read a ton of comedic novels, however some of the banter in Eve: The Awakening by Jenna Moreci is hysterical. Specifically, Madison, Hayden and Heather with their “Mean Girls” attitudes.

Name a book that made you incredibly angry.

I’ve mentioned this before. I try very hard not to get angry with books (unless the reason it sucks is the atrocious writing). However, in school, we were forced to read The Butterfly Revolution by William Buttler… I threw the book across the room. The kids made decisions that just made me want to jump into the book and strangle them. 😲

Name one thing you are thankful for in the wordpress community.

Meeting people who are like minded. I love getting to know people who love to read and write as much as I do. It’s so fun to share our opinions, even when they differ. 😊


That’s all I have for you today. If you do the tag, let me know, so I can read your answers.

From my family to yours, have a FANTASTIC Thanksgiving!! 🦃

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How I Read – Tag

Hi Everyone! I hope you’re having a great weekend so far. I’m still not feeling great, but working on Alter Reach, regardless. Slow progress is better than no progress.

I’m doing the How I Read Tag, which I found here.  As always, I tag anyone who would like to participate. Just make sure you let me know so I can read your answers. 🙂


1. How do you find out about new books to read?

Booktube, WordPress reviews, and GoodReads.

2. How did you get into reading?

I missed the Harry Potter train when I was younger (I read them later in life). I wasn’t much of a reader as a kid, though I did always want to write. I didn’t really start reading as much as I do now, until Twilight came around. Then when Hunger Games was released, I really started filling my bookshelf.

3. How has your taste in books changed as you’ve gotten older?

I think my love of reading has increased rather than my taste in books. I’ve always loved Fantasy and Sci-fi, and that hasn’t changed. I will branch out a bit more now that I’m older and read some Contemporary and other genres.

4. How often do you buy books?

I try not to go crazy, but when a book is released or I hear about a book I’m interested in, I tend to buy it.

5. How did you get into Book blogging?

I started this blog to promote myself as an author and create a platform, so when Alter Reach is published, I’ll have some place to start. I enjoy reviewing books, and various other topics, so a blog made sense. I’ve been thinking about a YouTube channel, but that isn’t a solid plan yet.

6. How do you react when you don’t like the end of a book?

Eh. It happens. If it’s a poorly written end, then I tend to avoid that author. If it’s just not how I wanted it to end, then I move on with my life.

7. How often have you taken a sneaky look at the back page of a book to see if it’s a happy ending?

I’ve honestly never done this. I like the suprise of an ending and would be less likely to actually read the book if I knew the ending. (Unless I’m re-reading.)


That’s all I have for you today, back to writing for me. What’s on the agenda for you this weekend? Let me know in the comments.

Just a little house keeping note – I changed my Twitter and Instagram handles to @jessica_rachow. Facebook stayed the same because @jessica_rachow wasn’t available. I did this because I am trying to make my online presence more consistant. When I first started writing Alter Reach, I wasn’t even sure I’d get to the editing stage, let alone consider publishing options. @jessicainspired was just a name that came to me because I was inspired to follow my dreams. Now that I am actually doing that, and I’m thinking about my brand, this change made sense to me. 🙂

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Watching Glass Shatter by James J. Cudney – Blog Tour

Hi everyone! I’m honored and excited to be a part of this blog tour. Jay has been extremely helpful and supportive in my blogging adventures, and I’m happy to help him out now.

You can buy Watching Glass Shatter on Amazon in Ebook and Paperback, here, however, there is still time to get your Ebook copy for FREE, so get to it. 🙂

You can also enter the GoodReads giveaway, for your chance to win a signed, physical copy! You have until 11/30 to enter.

Enter the poll to choose your favorite character thru 11/20. You can choose from all the major family members or submit your own write-in vote.

Jay will also being doing a radio spot on Artist First Radio Broadcast, tonight from 6PM-7PM (EST). For more info, click here.

For more Watching Glass Shatter fun, make sure you follow along with the blog tour. Links to previous posts and posts to come, here.


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Synopsis:

The wealthy Glass family lost its patriarch, Benjamin Glass, sooner than expected. Benjamin’s widow, Olivia, and her 5 sons each react to his death in their own way while preparing for the reading of his will. Olivia receives a very unexpected confession from her late husband about one of their sons that could shatter the whole family.

Prior to revealing the secret to her children, Olivia must figure out which boy Ben refers to in the confession he left her in his will. While the family attorney searches for the mysterious Rowena Hector whom Ben says holds the answers, Olivia asks her sons to each spend a week with her as she isn’t ready to let go of the past. When Olivia visits her sons, she quickly learns that each one has been keeping his own secret from her. Olivia never expected her remaining years would be so complex and life-altering, but she will not rest until her family is reunited after Ben’s untimely death.

We all need family. We all want to fit in. We’re all a mix of quirky personalities. Will Olivia be able to fix them or will the whole family implode? What will she do when she discovers the son behind Ben’s secret? Check out this ensemble cast where each family member’s perspective is center stage, discovering along the way who might feel the biggest impact from all the secrets. Welcome to being an honorary member of the Glass family.

Review:

Watching Glass Shatter is one of those books you pick up with the intention of reading a few chapters before bed and then end up staying up way too late trying to finish it. The family drama layers up, and the more you read, the more you want to know. It truly is unlike anything I’ve read before. A very unique perspective on family life, and relatable to a degree, to anyone who reads it.

This is a very character driven novel, and it is ambitious. We follow Olivia and her 5 sons: Zachary, Matthew, Teddy, Caleb, and Ethan. Each chapter reveals vital pieces of background for each character, that really drives the plot forward and piles on the family secrets. I particularly love novels that focus on characters to drive plot, and this one doesn’t fail. Don’t let the amount of character perspectives worry you, each character is so well developed and defined, you won’t get confused.

The plot is well thought out. The interweaving of each character’s life to build up tension is fantastic. As the plot thickens, the emotions are real and there were a few moments, I shed some tears…okay, bawled my eyes out. A testament to Jay’s writing, because I was emotionally invested in these characters from the beginning.

Speaking of the writing, itself – stunning. The dialouge is beautifully written, and so realistic, it truly feels like the Glass family members are real, and I want to meet them.

Wrap-Up:

Watching Glass Shatter is a character driven, heartwrenching, and inspiring family drama. I highly recommend picking this one up. You won’t be disappointed!

Rating:

5/5 ☆


Learn more about the author:

Basic Bio & Background
I live in New York City, grew up on Long Island, and graduated from Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. I spent ~15 years in a technology career in the retail, sports, media and entertainment industries. Throughout those years, I wrote some short stories, poems and various beginnings to the “Great American Novel” but I was so focused on my career that writing became a hobby. After leaving my position in 2016, I directed all my energies towards re-invigorating a focus on reading, writing and publishing.

Author
Writing has been a part of my life as much as my heart, my mind and my body. At some points, it was just a few poems or short stories; at others, it was full length novels and stories. My current genres include family drama / saga, contemporary and mystery fiction. My first novel, Watching Glass Shatter, was published in October 2017. I am currently in the process of writing my second novel, ‘Father Figure,’ which will be released in early 2018.

Reader & Reviewer
Reading has also never left my side. Whether it was children’s books, young adult novels, college textbooks, biographies or my ultimate love, fiction, it’s ever present in my day. I read 2 books per week and I’m on a quest to update every book I’ve ever read on Goodreads, write up a review and post it on all my sites and platforms.

Blogger & Thinker
I have combined my passions into a single platform where I share book reviews, write a blog and publish fiction: In the blog, I started my 365 Daily Challenge, where I post about a word that has some meaning to me and converse with everyone about life. There is humor, tears, love, friendship, advice and bloopers. Lots of bloopers where I poke fun at myself all the time. Even my dog has a weekly segment called “Ryder’s Rants” where he complains about me. All these things make up who I am; none of them are very fancy or magnanimous, but they are real. And that’s why they are me.

Genealogist & Researcher
I want to be a researcher or historian. I want to reach back into the past to figure out why someone made the choice he or she did and what the consequences were. I want to feel the pressures and culture of hundreds of years ago. I want to trace the roots and find the puzzle of my own history. I want to watch my ancestors from a secret place to know how they interacted with others; and maybe I’ll learn why I do things the way I do them.


All the Links!

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Thanks again, for having me on the tour, Jay. Congratulations on all your success, and here’s to even more success in the future! 🙂

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Alter Reach Playlist

Hi everyone! Happy Sunday!

My NaNoWriMo word count update: 9,089

I’m right on track. I’d like to have a bit more, but I’m not pushing it. This is by far, the most productive NaNoWriMo I’ve participated in. Normally, I’m procrastinating until the last minute. This time, I’m trying to do it right.

I wanted to talk about a subject I feel like I read and hear a lot about in the writing community, and that is music. Music is a great tool for inspiration, and I understand why people make writing playlists to go along with their novels.

Music has always been a little tricky for me when it comes to writing. I am inspired by it, like most, but I have a hard time listening to music with singing while I write. It distracts me too much. I can listen to instrumental music, but sometimes, I write in silence.

I’m not sure what it is about silence, but I’m able to concentrate so much more. It’s part of the reason why I can’t wait until we have a house. Currently, my writing space is in our apartment living room. I have my desk in a little corner, and it works, but it’s not ideal. It’s a heavily trafficed room (even with just the two of us), and we have two (going on three) fish tanks running. If you have a fish tank, you’re aware that it makes noise. It’s a calming noise, and I like it, but it sometimes distracts me from my writing task. I’m apt to turn around and watch the fish. I need a room with a door and a do not disturb sign. Haha.

As I said earlier, I am very inspired by music and while I can’t always listen to it while I write, I can listen to it throughout the day and before I sit down to write.

I’ve never made a writing playlist, but for this post, I thought it would be fun. Here are 10 songs that I’ve listened to recently or use to listen to, that remind me of plot points or characters of Alter Reach. These are in no particular order, and I’m sure there are more. Maybe I will do another list in the future.

Enjoy 🙂


Lindsey Stirling – Lost Girls

Evanescence – Haunted

Nightwish – Nemo

Epica – Chasing the Dragon

Ed Sheeran – I See Fire

Lindsey Stirling – Crystalize

Enya – So I Could Find My Way

Within Temptation – The Hollowing

Amaranthe – Stardust

Leave’s Eyes – My Destiny


That’s all I have. If I think of ten more, I will do another list.

In other news, and I’ve mentioned this a few times in the past, but I’m finally looking into my options for publishing an Ebook of some of my poetry. It’s something I’ve contimplated since I started writing poetry, but never actually sat down to do. During my NaNoWriMo breaks, I am researching, formatting and getting everything together. I don’t have a publish date in mind yet, but I will of course, keep you posted.

I hope you had a great weekend. Mine was pretty busy, but I’m looking forward to the holidays.

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Halloween Book Tag

HAPPY (ALMOST) HALLOWEEN! 👻

Before we get started, I just wanted to say thank you so much for the support! You guys are great. If you haven’t already, click here to enter my 100 Followers Giveaway for your chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card!

I love this time of year. I was going to wait until tomorrow to post this, but I couldn’t, so in honor of Halloween, I wanted to do a fun tag. I found this one here.

Stay tuned to the end of this post for a photo of my Halloween costume (I didn’t get the best photos from the Halloween party I went to the other night, but you’ll get the idea.)


Favorite Horror Book? 

Salem’s Lot by Stephen King. I’ve loved every Stephen King book I’ve read, but something about Salem’s Lot stuck with me. 

Scariest moment in a book you’ve read?

I don’t really want to spoil, and I can’t say this is the absolute scariest moment, but there was a scene in The Call by Peadar O’Guilin that made me turn the light on.

Have you dressed up as a book character for Halloween?

No. I tried to be Lara Croft from Tomb Raider once and ended up looking like a mix of Katniss from the Hunger Games and an unknown character from the Walking Dead. Last year, I dressed up as a book nerd though. That was cool.

What do you think your favorite fictional character would dress up as for Halloween?

Good question. Damon from the Vampire Diaries would probably go out as himself, and no one would question it.

What is your favorite type of horror (gore, psychological, etc.)?

I want a good story, and I want to be scared. I’m not a huge gore fan – I find movies like Saw to be unbearable, so you won’t find me watching the new Jigsaw movie. But, as long as there isn’t ridiculous amounts of gore, I’m in.

Recommend some Halloween Reads!

Anything Stephen King. The Call by Peadar O’Guilin is pretty fun so far.


Per usual, I tag anyone who wants to do the tag. Just let me know you did it, so I can read your responses!

Here’s my costume (I might wear this to work tomorrow!):

I love orange, and if I didn’t have a day job, I might just actually do this to my hair. Haha! The rest of the costume wasn’t pictured very well, so I won’t share the photos… but it was a black shirt, orange tutu, black and orange stockings and orange shoes. 😁

Are you dressing up? What will your costume be?

Thank you again for the support. Don’t forget to enter the giveaway. 😊

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