So last month my Fantastic Strangelings Book Club (CLICK HERE TO JOIN NOW) read Lute by Jennifer Thorne (or at least placed it on our TBR pile with very good intentions to treat ourselves to more reading time) and we talked murders during our online craft hour while I made nipple pasties for the cats.Continue reading “November is for reading”
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Nipple hats for cats.
If you’re a member of the Fantastic Strangelings Book Club then maybe last month you joined us for our online craft hour where I made a man (sort of) and taped myself to him (accidentally) and his arms kept falling off (embarrassingly)? Well it was so much fun that we decided to do again, so checkContinue reading “Nipple hats for cats.”
Need something creepy to read? I’VE GOT YOU COVERED.
This month the Fantastic Strangelings Book Club is reading Lute by Jennifer Thorne and it is just the haunting, atmospheric folk horror weirdness you need for October. It’s about love, duty and community and it’s a bit like Wicker Man mixed with Midsommar and Final Destination. Want more details? On the idyllic island of Lute,Continue reading “Need something creepy to read? I’VE GOT YOU COVERED.”
Bitch, it’s Halloween Eve. LET US HAVE THIS.
So last week Aedan and I built the Halloween windows for Nowhere Bookshop, and the floating candles made of papertowel rolls looked fantastic but we also tried to make a ghost out of chicken wire and after several hours we had scratches all over us, a new appreciation for why people wear gloves, and aContinue reading “Bitch, it’s Halloween Eve. LET US HAVE THIS.”
It’s September and that means I have a list of wonderful books you should read, including this month’s Fantastic Strangeling Book Club pick, The Fortunes of Jaded Women by Carolyn Huynh. It was exactly the zany, dramatic, messy, hopeful tale that I needed and it had me hooked from the very first line: “Everyone in Orange County’sContinue reading “Books? Books.”
It’s a good month for reading
This month’s Fantastic Strangeling Book Club choice is so, so good. It’s The Book Eaters by Sunyi Dean. I devoured this atmospherically creepy and gorgeous novel. Well, not literally. But after reading the book I kind of wanted to. In fact, I loved it so much I made my own book house inspired by the cover and onlyContinue reading “It’s a good month for reading”