Sunday Synopsis

I don’t typically do anything for Halloween, but one of the farms near my hometown has a few extremely popular activities for this time of year and we decided to see what all the fuss is about. We did one of the activities that was a mix of corn maze, haunted house, and haunted hike. Way more variety of spooks than I had expected, and other than the long wait time I had a lot of fun. We’ll probably never do it again, but I’m glad we experienced it. Plus I got more cider donuts and a couple new varieties of apple that I’m excited to try.

Last Week I Finished Reading

For the Wolf by Hannah Whitten – I didn’t love this, and I’m a little bummed about it. But not every book I read is going to be a new favorite for me. I think this book has a good appeal for someone with a slightly different reading taste than my own

Wundersmith by Jessica Townsend – Morrigan is great, her friends are great, I dare say the villain is also great. There’s so much wonderful adventure and discovery and heartwarming relationships in this series

Hollowpox by Jessica Townsend – I’ve been loving this series. I’m happy to say I think it deserves all the hype it has gotten, and I’m looking forward to the fourth installment set to be released next year

Currently Reading

Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames – I’m sneaking chapters in here and there when I have time during the week, but unfortunately I haven’t had time to finish this one yet. Still enjoying it though

My Best Friend’s Exorcism by Grady Hendrix – I’m not far into this at all, so I don’t have anything resembling an opinion on it, but I’m hoping I’ll make some good progress this week and also that it’ll be good

The Midnight Lie by Marie Rutkoski – I’m about halfway through this, and although I’m not loving it as much as I had hoped, I am thoroughly enjoying the writing and the story

Last Week’s Posts

Five Horror Recommendations
Do I Read a Lot?
By the Book Tag
For the Wolf by Hannah Whitten Review