As I have just passed 500 views on my site I wanted to do some research as to what it is that keeps making you come back to my blog or what attracted you here to begin with. Thank you for your support and feedback.
So now that Halloween is less than a week away, 6 days to be exact, I have decided to compile a list of some of my favourite Horror and/or Thriller books that are perfectly fitted for this time of year. All of the books mentioned I believe are the best of the best, no less than 5 stars in my opinion. I will also link my review to the books next to the titles.
1). Scared To Death by Alan Gibbons (yet to do a review)
2). Stalker by Lars Kepler Review
3). The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor by Robert Kirkman and Jay
4). Murderablilia by Craig Robertson Review
5). His Bloody Project by Graeme Macrae Burnet (yet to do a review)
6). The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena Review
My opinion on the concept on reading being ‘nerdy’
“Why would you want to do that?” “Boring” “You read? What a nerd” “I’m not reading the assigned book for homework, I have a life” “Are you reading? *laughter*” “Books are for nerds, what a waste of time”
I love Goodreads. I’m pretty sure Goodreads was where I found out about my favourite book series: Jack Reacher by Lee Child. Goodreads shows you book recommendations based on what you’ve previously read and genres that you like that you enter into the App. I find this extremely useful for when I’m looking for a new book that I’ve never read before and just seeing how many book are out there. I currently have 164 books on my want-to-read list on Goodreads as it has shown me just how many good books are out there. Continue reading “Reading App Spotlight: Goodreads”
Instead of a book review on some Mondays I want to do something a little different. I want to showcase some of my favourite Apps I use to do with books and reading that I have found to be extremely useful. For the first one I want to showcase an App that I swear by now. Bookling is a reading habit tracker. I love this App because it is so simple and the design is so sleek and yet it is packed of awesome features. Continue reading “Reading App Spotlight: Bookling”