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October Horror Mystery Month Fest ~ Deadly Creatures from the Dark ~ Day 4: Dread Wood by Jennifer Killick

October Horror Mystery Month Fest ~ Deadly Creatures from the Dark ~ Day 4: Dread Wood by Jennifer Killick

Dread Wood by Jennifer Killick, Children's Book, Mystery
Spiders, BIG M-F-ing SPIDERS!
Top 10 Books April 2022

Top 10 Books April 2022

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Top May Books, Books, Manga, Picture Book, Graphic Novel

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First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Journey Beyond the Burrow by Rina Heisel

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Journey Beyond the Burrow by Rina Heisel

Journey Beyond the Burrow, Rina Heisel, Mouse, Animals, Children's Books, Adventure, Forest,
Crouched in perfect stillness beneath a toadstool, Tobin sniffed the air. Wet, with a faint metallic odor.
A storm was coming, a big one. Lightning for sure. Not a good day for a mouse to venture too far from the Great Burrow. Tobin lifted his nose to the breeze again, performing the junior weather scout procedures dutifully: Sniff the air. Search the air. Feel the air.
He didn’t even need all three steps today. The odor of rain was obvious, the clouds sat heaped in the sky like a row of giant bears, and as for feeling the air – his tan-and-black speckled fur was already clumped together from the humidity. For the third time that afternoon, Tobin rubbed his cheeks, fluffing out his fur and whiskers. After all, whiskers used properly are a fine-tuned sensory tool. Drooping whiskers can’t do their job.
Weekly Quote for Week-44 2020 ~ The Corpsing

Weekly Quote for Week-44 2020 ~ The Corpsing

Corpsing, Masks, Blood, Gray, Red Letters, Kayleigh Marie Edwards, Ghosts, Horror, Paranormal, Short Stories, Zombies, Creepy Kids, Flesh-eating monsters, Spiders,Lucy Black didn’t like her new house, and she had told her mother as much. Her complaints fell on deaf ears; her mother, Julia, was going through a divorce and insisted that they were lucky to find such a nice, lakeside house, especially at such a short notice.
Of course, had Julia seen the little girl that lived in the lake, she might have reconsidered.