With the holiday season upon us many of us are feeling overwhelmed and stuck and while we are all stuck staying inside there’s no reason to stay stuck in a reading slump! I asked my fellow Nightworms their suggestions for breaking out of a reading slump and came up with this list of Slumpbusters:
Ring Shout was my most recent slump breaker.
"Moving on so many levels"
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Celebrating Latinx Authors
15 books by Latinx authors that should be on your radar.
This month’s Night Worms package is celebrating Latinx authors. We received two beautiful books by Latinx authors and this leads me to want more.
I decided to go around and ask readers who their favorite Latinx authors were. When I asked around most readers drew a blank or only had a few names to give. I was also guilty of only knowing a few Latinx authors myself so I set out to diversify my shelves...
I don't always read horror… sometimes I read… YA horror.
By: Ashley aka @bookishmommy
Do you ever need a break from the truly terrifying (and oftentimes disgusting) topics? Well, I do... so I've got a solution. Add some YA* horror to the mix. Here are 7 books categorized as YA horror that I absolutely loved and 3 that I'm dying to read:
*YA = young adult.
7 YA horror books I’ve read and loved (in no particular order):
The Night Worms review team got together to do another book party and this time we read WHISPERS IN THE DARK by Laurel Hightower. I just have to say as the person that compiles all of these blurbs for the Night Worms book parties, I have never seen so many exclamation points in the reviews I’m pulling quotes from. The team was EXCITED about this book. Check out the blurbs from our review team and the photos that showed up on social media.
We have a lot more book parties planned, so be on the...
Here's the challenge:
I arrived at my vacation destination and I realized that I forgot to pack books. One of my favorite vacation activities is reading by the pool! I'm also on a tight budget because this hotel was a little on the expensive side. What to do?
Hit up the local Goodwill Retail Store! (Any thrift store will do but Goodwill stores have sizable book sections) The most important part of this challenge is that it's February, Women in Horror Month so I also want to read in unity with the Horror Community. Let's see what I found...