A brief recommendation for a spooky novel about family and cannibalism.
We are taking a look at some evil books today, both real and fiction.
I have been reading Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and this poem popped up and immediately attacked me with childhood nostalgia. It’s so creepy, so weird, and oh so great.
“The Conqueror Worm” is an excellent poem and has all the right amounts of irony (a little bit of satire) and weirdness to make it one of Poe’s best.
Today, I give my thoughts on the wonderful and horrific 20th Century Ghosts by Joe Hill.
We are taking a look at The Picture of Dorian Gray today because it’s a little creepy, a little weird, and really, really good.
Thought I would discuss the Raven today (generally, of course) because it’s high time to talk about some of Poe’s work. And, why not begin with one of his most important pieces?
A beautiful fall poem by Emily Bronte.
Giving an update on how things in the blogging world are going for me!
We are beginning our journey into “Idylls of the King” by Alfred, Lord Tennyson with the first section: “The Coming of Arthur.”