#Griffskithon | Join us for a Sarah Maria Griffin Reading Month
So if you know me, you know I (along with part of our little bookish coven) love the work of Sarah Maria Griffin. After having a chat about how we need to re-read all of Sarah’s books, Beth came up with the idea of having a Griff readathon, and so after Lauren and I decided this was an amazing idea and wanted to join in, #Griffskithon was born.
We’re aware that some of you may have already planned your May TBRs or might be taking part in other readathons, so we’ve made ours super flexible so you can join in even if you don’t want to read a full novel.
We all truly enjoy Sarah’s writing as it brings us comfort or joy, hopefully you’ll join us too!
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For this post, we are looking at some Halloween reads that aren’t classic horror. Instead of thinking Dracula and Frankenstein (but still go and read those), we’ve chosen some books that are quietly creepy, that are atmospheric and have aspects of darkness and fear in them. Does that sound fun? Yep. We hope you find something you like and feel free to answer the question we’ve left at the end. Continue reading “#Blogoween // Halloween Reads (that aren’t classic horror)”
So if you’ve been following me anywhere on social media over the past month, you’ll probably have seen me expressing my love for Spare and Found Parts by Sarah Maria Griffin. Today, this wonderful book is released in the UK, and I’m bringing you an excerpt from it as part of the blog tour with Titan Books! Be sure to check out the other stops on the blog tour and pick up a copy!
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