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Consuming with Kallie & Kami- Summertime Edition

Consuming with Kallie & Kami- Summertime Edition

Hey everyone, Kallie here! When Kami and I came up with the idea to do a monthly bookish food and drink feature for the blog, we knew we had to do a summertime theme for our first article. And what says summertime more than camping and ghost stories? We chose to give recipes based off of the book Spooky Campfire Tales. I’ll be giving you a fun drink recipe in this first half of the article, and Kami will be giving you some fun food recipes in the second half.

 

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John's Review- Dead Sea by Brian Keene

John's Review- Dead Sea by Brian Keene

Let me start this review off with something I’m embarrassed to admit. It’s 2019 and I’ve JUST read my first Brian Keene novel. He’d Been on my TBR for some time, I just didn’t know where to start. I received quite a few recommendations of Ghoul, however, I already knew I’d love it so I decided to go for one Mr. Keene himself recommended to me on Twitter. Dead Sea.
Dead Sea follows Lamar Reed as he attempts to survive hell on earth, this particular hell...


Night Worms Interview with Author John Hornor Jacobs

Night Worms Interview with Author John Hornor Jacobs

Night Worms - 8:55 AM

First burning question: Did you start your day off right?

John Jacobs - 

I have not had breakfast, no. But I am drinking coffee

Night Worms - 

How do you take your coffee?

John Jacobs - 

With 2 packets of Stevia

Night Worms - 

That makes me feel guilty. Ha! My coffee routine is indulgent

Night Worms - 

I did do a little...


Friday Feels- August 16th, 2019

Friday Feels- August 16th, 2019

Hey Worms, Happy Friday! I wanted to showcase Matt Hayward’s What Do Monsters Fear? today for two reasons. One, this book is rad. And two, this new edition was just released from Poltergeist Press yesterday. I read this book in one sitting and loved it. It follows a group of people who sign up to go to rehab. But their rehab facility isn’t exactly what they were expecting. It’s splatterpunk with a heartwarming theme throughout. To quote the author, “It’s Evil Dead by way of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.”...


Literary Quickies May Lead to True Love by Beth Griffith

Literary Quickies May Lead to True Love by Beth Griffith

Literary Quickies May Lead to True Love


Think of short story anthologies as the dating apps of the literary world. It doesn’t matter if you prefer Tinder, ok cupid or Ashley Madison (you dirty dog), the point of using a dating app is to find a partner who is compatible with you and your lifestyle.  Short story anthologies generally feature a variety of authors writing about the same genre or variations on a specific subject, making it easy for you to quickly decide if you like their style....