Monday, June 25, 2018

Goth Girl: Summer

Found these cool items on Spooky Vegan's Amazon list she puts together for people to check out. 

Put together a corporate goth look for my youtube channel 

Got this cool book by Stephen King. I really like it so far. 

Saturday, June 9, 2018

Thrillers/June reading: Sometimes I lie and Neverworld Wake

I am reading 4 books for June but I wanted to focus on these two because they are thrillers. I will be posting reviews and discussions on my youtube channel: Eternal Wynter so please check them out there. Are you reading anything fun this Summer? I love adult fiction and also young adult fiction. Nothing wrong with YA and Neverworld Wake is fantastic so far! It deals with the main character Beatrice and her group of friends who get stuck in a place called Neverworld after a car accident. A world they are not able to get out of and deals with the disappearance and mystery of their friend Jim. The story kept me on the edge of my seat so far and I can't wait to finish it. I definitely recommend this book. Sometimes I lie is a fun crazy story told through the eyes of a woman in a coma who can hear everything around her. There are twists, turns and surprises at the ending that most will not see coming. It is really fun and I hold a discussion on my youtube channel if you want to chime in and give your opinions, questions or answers. What are you guys reading this summer? 

Friday, May 18, 2018

RIP Chris Cornell

Today is anniversary of one of my favorite musicians deaths. Chris Cornell, you will always be beloved in all of our hearts and your music will live on <3 

Got this tshirt at the 2014 NIN/Soundgarden tour. 

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Current reading for May and new shoes!

Currently reading: The Woman in Cabin 10 by Rut Ware and Welcome to Lagos by Chibundu Onuzo. They are both very different and very neat books. I just finished Welcome to Lagos. It is fantastic with lots of colorful images and even better characters. I fell in love with the main people in the book and really enjoyed the friendship they all forged while they were on the run from different things in their lives. The ending was sad but kind of bittersweet because you get to see what the characters are up to as well. I felt transported to Nigeria. I definitely recommend this book. I am almost finished with The Woman in Cabin 10. A creepy fun thriller set on a boat with loads of twists and turns. 
I was at a thrift shop and found these amazing spike stud shoes for only 5 dollars. Such a great find! How has your week been? I hope it is fantastic and you have an even better weekend. 

"Break forth from your grave eternally"......

Saturday, May 5, 2018

Current reading: April/May 2018

Horror retellings of old tales. 
A mother and daughter's relationship through the 80's and 90's. 

Fantasy at it's finest. 

Recipe book for food in Francesca Lia Block's Dangerous Angels series. 

American Fair by Pamela Littky

I have always been fascinated by carnivals and fairs. Pamela Littky documents them with beautiful photographs. I really enjoyed the photography and how she captured the different people who attend fairs across many of our U.S. states as well as the workers who work hard to put the fairs together. 

Pismo Beach 2018


Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein

This past weekend I attended the Frankestein film festival at Stanford movie theater in Palo Alto California. If you get a chance to check out that old theater you should. We stayed at the historic Cardinal hotel which was old Spanish style 1920's and had really cool old elevators.