Paperback Adventures: The Time I Did a Twitter Read-a-thon


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Over the summer when I started to spend every minute (it seems) on Twitter, I noticed something peculiar. People were participating in these events called “read-a-thons.” Curious, I decided to keep an out for them. From what I observed, these events usually last for a short period of time and have a certain topic behind […]

January 11, 2018

The October Country: Not Your Typical Bradbury Stories


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The Spook-a-thon and The October Country: An Intro Yes, I saved the best for last. My first read for the Spook-a-thon was The October Country by Ray Bradbury.  In early October, I contemplated about creating a list of collected short stories that would be good for Halloween. During my research, I discovered The October Country. […]

January 9, 2018

My (Not So) Scary Reading List


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For the last few weeks, I’ve been psyching up for Halloween. However, this is the first year where my Halloween spirit is sinking into the books I’ve been currently reading. I just finished Dawn of the Dreadfuls by today as matter of fact. Even a few bloggers I follow have suggested some awesome Halloween-centric reads. The […]

October 30, 2017