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Weekly Quote for Week-20 2024 ~ The Maid by Nita Prose

Weekly Quote for Week-20 2024 ~ The Maid by Nita Prose

The Maid by Nita Prose, red cover with a keyhole in which a character can be seen running away just out of sight“It’s easier than you’d ever think—existing in plain sight while remaining largely invisible. That’s what I’ve learned from being a maid. You can be so important, so crucial to the fabric of things and yet be entirely overlooked. It’s a truth that applies to maids, and to others as well, so it seems. It’s a truth that cuts close to the bone.”

Top 10 Books November 2023

Top 10 Books November 2023

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Teaser Tuesday ~ Hotel Magnifique by Emily J. Taylor

Teaser Tuesday ~ Hotel Magnifique by Emily J. Taylor

Hotel Magnifique by Emily J. Taylor, Purple, Feathers, House, Key, Fantasy, Young Adult, HOtel, Mystery, Secrets, Fantasy, Magic, Romance
I flipped through the book and landed on page 193!

No one paid me any attention when I dipped behind it and grabbed the gold paste, slipping it down my pocket. When I glanced up, Zosa looked right at me.
I froze.
Seconds passed. She took a step in my direction. Her pink lips moved, like she was speaking my name, but she was too far away to hear clearly. My throat closed up at the thought that she still knew me somehow, that there was a chance I wasn’t forgotten like I’d assumed.
Zosa was too thin. Her dark eyes shone like drops of oil. A tear dripped down my cheek, and I couldn’t look away. It took everything inside me not to run to her.
Favourite Horror/Spooky Books Recommendation 2023 Edition

Favourite Horror/Spooky Books Recommendation 2023 Edition

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First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ A Guide to the Dark by Meriam Metoui

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ A Guide to the Dark by Meriam Metoui

A Guide to the Dark  Meriam Metoui, Horror, Photographs, Young Adult, Two Girls on the cover one with a camera
It was only a room at the time. There was nothing about it that Pete found out of place.
Eerie.
Wrong.
It was only a room in a motel in a city he never planned on coming back to. A fleeting memory, if one at all. But Peter Greenwell had the unfortunate honor of being the first.
When the phone rang, Peter was in the shower. He stood beneath the hot water, hoping it would calm his quick heartbeat. Het had been waiting for this call.
Dreading it.