Blogoween, Movies

31 Horror Movies in 31 Days (4)

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31 Horror Movies in “31 Days”|
#Blogoween

For the month of  October I have planned to watched 31 horror movies!

This is the last blogoween post you’ll see from me, I had to post a day late to give me time to complete this challenge, particularly as I’ve been away since the 17th.

Keep reading to find out the last 9 movies I watched for this gigantic task! I can’t believe I successfully watched 31 even with how busy I’ve been.

If you missed earlier parts, you can read them here: one | two | three
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Author Interview, Blogoween, Books and Tea Book Club, Spooks and Tea

Spooky Q+A: Dawn Kurtagich

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For the month of October I’m hosting Spooks and Tea where we aim to consume as much horror, or spooky, books as possible.

I also wanted to do something a little different and fun this year so I reached out to a few authors to see if any would be interested in taking part, most of them agreed to do a Q&A with the Book Club! I have never felt more blessed.

If you’re a member of Books and Tea you’ll have been given the chance to ask these authors questions, as well as getting to see their answers early.

A bunch of us read Dawn’s work last year so I knew I had to reach out to her in hopes she’d take part and I’m pretty sure I cried a little when I got her reply saying not only yes, but also a giveaway for the members too. I’ve had Dawn’s answers sat in my inbox for a while now but I just couldn’t face editing this post on mobile whilst I was in Seoul and Tokyo so here I am jetlagged and determined to get it live for you now! Keep reading to see what we asked Dawn.
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Blogoween, Movies

31 Horror Movies in 31 Days (3)

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31 Horror Movies in “31 Days”|
#Blogoween

For the month of  October I have planned to watched 31 horror movies!

Today is my third day hosting Blogoween and it seemed only right I got y’all to pick out some of your favourite horror movies too.

Keep reading to find out the next 7 movies I watched for this gigantic task.

If you missed earlier parts, you can read them here: one | two
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Author Interview, Blogoween, Books and Tea Book Club, Spooks and Tea

Spooky Q+A: Tim Lebbon

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Author Interview |
Tim Lebbon

For the month of October I’m hosting Spooks and Tea where we aim to consume as much horror, or spooky, books as possible.

I also wanted to do something a little different and fun this year so I reached out to a few authors to see if any would be interested in taking part, most of them agreed to do a Q&A with the Book Club! I have never felt more blessed.

If you’re a member of Books and Tea you’ll have been given the chance to ask these authors questions, as well as getting to see their answers early.

It is now time for me to share the third one which is the Tim Lebbon! I’ve seen so many of his books in work all the time and always thinking how I need to pick them up, when I emailed him I did so 100% not expecting a reply because I’m just little ol’ me but he did! Keep reading to see what we asked him.
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Blogoween, Book Reviews, Graphic Novel, Received for Review

Graphic Novel Review: Slothilda by Dante Fabiero

Slothilda: Living the Sloth Life by Dante Fabiero
Genre: Humour | Graphic Novel
Length: 128 pages
Published on 18th October 2018 by Skyhorse Publishing
Purchase: Amazon | TBD
Dante Fabiero: Website | Twitter | Goodreads
Review copy received from the publishers thanks to NetGalley

Synopsis: A charming collection of comics about an ambitious little sloth who’d rather just take it easy.

Are you a fan of carbs, the internet, and naps? Slothilda is your spirit animal!

From former Simpsons animator Dante Fabiero comes this all-too-real comic series about an adorable little sloth who’s driven by her desire for self-improvement. Slothilda explores an inner conflict we can all relate to―the desire to succeed and grow, while paradoxically dealing with the ever present temptation to sloth.

With themes related to work, fitness, food, shopping, and pets―this book shows that you’re not the only sloth at heart.

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