Book Review: The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson

Technically, this is a novella, not a novel, coming in at just under two hundred pages (four hundred on Ebook). This classic horror is probably most famous for its 1963 movie remake called The Haunting. I watched the movie years ago, back when I was obsessed with TCM, and my memory is a little fuzzy … Continue reading Book Review: The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson

My Favorite Books With Violet Covers

This is the final post in my series of favorite books with different colored covers. I could continue with minor colors, but I’ve hit most of the colors I really like (red, black, turquoise, green…). But I had a fun time with this series! I chose violet (versus purple) simply because I like the word … Continue reading My Favorite Books With Violet Covers

Book Review: The Maze Runner

I have been ruminating on whether to read this book since before the movie came out. Honestly, I am not a huge YA fan. Even the books I actually enjoy in this genre (like The Hunger Games), had really poor character development. So, I confess, I was avoiding this book. But this week I had … Continue reading Book Review: The Maze Runner

My Favorite Book with…Forest Green Covers

Are you guys getting sick of these types of posts? Well, sorry, I love them...you can't stop me! Anyway, after red, black, and turquoise, I love dark forest green. Not light green, or lime green, but dark, vivid green! And here are some of my favorite books with dark green covers! The Princess and the … Continue reading My Favorite Book with…Forest Green Covers

Book Review: The Amityville Horror

This is the book that inspired a sometimes mediocre, sometimes interesting horror movie franchise, none of which I have actually seen. I’m not a massive horror buff. I enjoy some horror movies, but I can probably list all the horror books I’ve read on one hand. However, I do love true crime books and I … Continue reading Book Review: The Amityville Horror