The Bingo Boards i’m doing this year

This first bingo board a friend, Georga, showed me at the beginning of the year, got it from somewhere, and we’re both working on it.

This second bingo board I made, with a little help from Georga. Making sure I read as diversely as I claim to be trying to!

Then I just recently made these last 2 bingo boards! I decided to make a horror board and a nonfiction board because those are my favorite genres so I want to put my reading where my mouth is! I wasn’t happy with any of the bingo boards I found hence why I made my own, borrowing prompts here and there to make them.

I’m not sure if i’ll do bingo boards next year or not but for this year at least I want to make sure i’m truly reading a diverse list of books and stuff that I (hopefully) love.

Are you doing any bingo boards? Have you ever made your own? Feel free to use mine or borrow prompts for your own!

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My Goodreads Group “Creatures, Creatures Everywhere!”

I have a Goodreads group I made awhile ago called “Creatures, Creatures Everywhere!” that is about, well creatures of course. At the moment it’s heavily horror leaning but you don’t need to read horror to be in it. There are places for fantasy, paranormal romance etc. If creatures are in the story, any type of creature (mermaids, aliens, cryptids, ghosts etc.), it counts. There are over 350 members at the moment and we have monthly group reads but they are optional (and are voted on!). The group is Here if you wanna check it out!

My BOTM picks so far and how i’m liking it

I got my first book of the month box in December. Here’s what I got so far.

December 2021

Somebody’s Daughter by Ashley C. Ford

January 2022

Love & Other Disasters by Anita Kelly

What Storm, What Thunder by Myriam J.A. Chancy

Razorblade Tears by S.A. Cosby

February 2022

Peach Blossom Spring by Melissa Fu

The Girl with the Louding Voice by Abi Daré

The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt

March 2022

Honey Girl by Morgan Rogers

Olga Dies Dreaming by Xóchitl González

The Verifiers by Jane Pek

April 2022

True Biz by Sara Nović

Kaikeyi by Vaishnavi Patel

The Good Left Undone by Adriana Trigiani

May 2022

Yerba Buena by Nina LaCour

The Hacienda by Isabel Cañas

Take My Hand by Dolen Perkins-Valdez

That’s what i’ve gotten so far. I’ve sadly only read Love & Other Disasters so far. I did really enjoy it though! I’m so happy to see the picks by BOTM because they are so diverse! I’ve seen people complain about their picks now and it makes me sad (and annoyed to be honest) that it appears people don’t want diverse book picks. They want the same cishet white stuff. I know i’m not alone in liking the picks now though. I need to get off my butt and read them though!

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My Audible Plus borrows

From my understanding audible plus can take stuff down and it’ll disappear, but they should send a notice via email if they do that to something currently borrowed (last I heard) so hopefully they will, giving me enough time to listen to them, if they take any of these down. Here is what I currently have borrowed.

Black Rednecks and White Liberals by Thomas Sowell

Nonfiction. Politics. Intriguing.

Meeting Manson An Uneasy Journey into an All-American Nightmare by Erik Hedegaard

I’ve read Helter Skelter. Nonfiction. True Crime.

Locke & Key by Joe Hill

I’ve read Locke & Key, the main volumes 1-6, and enjoyed them.

Up from Slavery by Booker T. Washington

Nonfiction. Autobiography.

1984: New Classic Edition by George Orwell

I’ve read, and loved (if that’s the right word), 1984, and it’s one of those books I wish everyone would read!

Dracula by Bram Stoker

I have read (and actually didn’t like) Dracula. I think I might be able to appreciate it more now actually.

The Summer of Jordi Pérez (and the Best Burger in Los Ángeles) by Amy Spalding

YA queer (F/F) contemporary.

The Trauma Cleaner: One Woman’s Extraordinary Life in the Business of Death, Decay, and Disaster by Sarah Krasnostein

Nonfiction. Autobiography. Queer.

Yard Work by David Koepp


The Polygamist’s Daughter: A Memoir by Anna LeBaron

Nonfiction. Autobiography. True Crime. Religion.

A Living Nightmare by Darren Shan

Horror. Fantasy.

Super Mario: How Nintendo Conquered America by Jeff Ryan

Nonfiction. History (of Nintendo specifically).

Secret Societies: Inside the Freemasons, the Yakuza, Skull and Bones, and the World’s Most Notorious Secret Organizations by John Lawrence Reynolds

Nonfiction. History.

Roots: The Saga of an American Family by Alex Haley

Historical fiction. African American.

Witchcraft in the Western Tradition by Jennifer McNabb

Nonfiction. History.

On Color by David Scott Kastan

Nonfiction. Art.

The Pluto Files: The Rise and Fall of America’s Favorite Planet by Neil deGrasse Tyson

Nonfiction. Also, Pluto will always be a planet to me. I am not arguing this.

Exile and Pride: Disability, Queerness, and Liberation by Eli Clare

Nonfiction. Queer. Disability.

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West by Dee Brown

Nonfiction. History. Native Americans.

The Kissing Bug: A True Story of a Family, an Insect, and a Nation’s Neglect of a Deadly Disease by Daisy Hernández

Nonfiction. Autobiography.

The Republican Brain: The Science of Why They Deny Science–and Reality by Chris C. Mooney

Nonfiction. I would love to know the answer to the subtitle.

Tides: The Science and Spirit of the Ocean by Jonathan White

Nonfiction. Nature. The Ocean.

Welcome to Smellville by R.L. Stine

I actually bought a physical copy of the third book in this series (this is the first) because I got it signed by R.L. Stine! I had ordered it online via Barnes and Noble. So I saw this on Audible Plus. No idea if you need to read them in order or not.

The Little Mermaid and Other Stories by Hans Christian Andersen

I love The Little Mermaid.

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Taboo Thursday: Kraken by M. Caspian

Taboo Thursday? I’ve decided I am going to start doing Taboo Thursdays where I review a taboo book. Some might be slightly taboo, some more taboo, but in some way they shall be. There is no way i’ll have something every week. I’d like to have at least 1 a month, but we shall see. I am starting off with this book


Kraken: A gothic erotic horror with tentacle non-con.

When boyfriend Parker gives him an ultimatum Will never dreams his heart is about to be ripped out: move to a remote off-shore island with him, or call it quits. But Will picks wrong, and now he’s heading into the unknown to fix his mistake. But why do the locals think they recognise him? And why can’t he seem to leave?

Reader advisory: This work of fiction contains explicit sexual activities between men that may offend some people. It also contains scenes of rape, extreme violence, tentacles, and reference to sexual abuse of children.

63,000 words

Available at Amazon for Kindle, and Smashwords in all formats.

My Review:

At first I didn’t think some things made sense. Since finishing it, it makes more sense, though i’m still not sure everything does. Maybe it could’ve been a little more fleshed out but over-all I liked it and had a fun, and horrifying, time.

I initially found the romance weird but eventually it did make sense. It is abusive and there are major red flags, and actually it’s not romance after all. It’s not called a gothic horror tentacle non-con for nothing! I am trying to not spoil anything though.

The characters were varying degrees of annoying. The main character Will was so frustrating, because he was constantly making stupid decisions, like

Some of which I understood but most of them, no. Parker, is a jerk but after finishing it i’m actually thinking not quite as much as he initially appears. Cyrus, well he’s abusive and a powerful cephalopod shifter. You’re not supposed to like him. Cyrus is very controlling.

This story gets more horrifying as you read. It completely says fuck the limits of the human body. Even though Will was frustrating I felt so bad for him because he didn’t deserve what he went through, and some of the frustration (some of it, not all) makes sense later when you consider what he had gone through.

This definitely hits on some kinks, including uh … mine. I was horrifyed, slightly aroused, and wanting to save poor Will all at the same damn time. It felt weird.

It is a strange read. It took me some time to really warm up to the story but I did. I went from “this is ok” to “omg i’m really enjoying this”.

I will never understand the noodle fetish thing though. Is it like, an ASMR fetish? Do people get turned on by ASMR? Or noodles? You’ll have to read it.

It does have quite a bit of typos. Normally I wouldn’t mention a few but it was more than a few. I still enjoyed the story though and that’s what matters.

I also loved the ending. It was emotional and sweet.

So, in short, I found it enjoyable, horrifying, arousing, strange, and emotional. A solid 4 stars from me.

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WWW Wednesday May 25th, 2022

  1. What are you currently reading?
Kraken by M. Caspian

All the stuff I mentioned on my currently reading last week is still there but Kraken is what i’m now actively reading. It says it’s a gothic erotic horror with tentacle non-con. Right now i’m 40% of the way through. It doesn’t always make sense to me and the characters are varying degrees of annoying. There’s also a lot of typos. However it’s interesting and I want to know what’s going on. So right now I would say i’m liking it. Obviously i’ll know my full thoughts after i’m finished.

2. What did you recently finish?

Discover – March/April 2022

I’m still not caught up on my magazines but if I keep up this pace each month I will be eventually.

I also finally got all 8 chapters of my Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988) fanfiction up! You can read it on AO3 Here if you want to and add it on Goodreads Here.

3. What do you think you’ll read next?

I have no idea. Here are some things i’m looking at at the moment.

Trans Wizard Harriet Porber and the Bad Boy Parasaurolophus: An Adult Romance Novel by Chuck Tingle
Get a Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert
The Brightsiders by Jen Wilde
Coral by Sara Ella
The Little Mermaid (With Original Illustrations) by Hans Christian Andersen
The Little Mermaid by Walt Disney Company
Disney: The Little Mermaid by Editors of Canterbury Classics

Trans Wizard Harriet Porber and the Bad Boy Parasaurolophus, Get a Life Chloe Brown and The Brightsiders would all work for the neurodivergent author bingo board space. Coral would work for the mental health rep bingo board space AND it’s a The Little Mermaid retelling! And it’s Mermay, and I haven’t done shit for it (except watch the first Little Mermaid movie by Disney. I still have to watch the rest. I still haven’t seen the live movie or the animated tv show). And of course then there is The Little Mermaid stuff.

Does this mean I will without a doubt pick one of these? No, but it’s likely.

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Thinking about “Guilty Pleasures” and Reading Shame

I want to talk about the term “guilty pleasure” and feeling ashamed of what one enjoys reading.

Thinking about Guilty pleasures (and reading other articles on the subject) made me think about guilty pleasures in regards to other things, like TV shows. I’ve seen so many people, celebrities and non-celebrities alike, talking about those “guilty pleasure” tv shows they love to watch…and no one bats an eye. Which is perfectly fine, nothing wrong with watching a tv show for some mindless entertainment, to laugh, to unwind, most of us have stressful lives and it’s healthy to take a break and de-stress. So why don’t we afford that same respect to books?

Books get called “trashy”, people look ashamed as they say “It’s a guilty pleasure read” about a book they enjoyed they didn’t want others to know about. It’s “fluffy” it’s “chick lit” it’s “smutty” it’s “trashy” people say either shamefully or pretentiously, like it’s beneath them as are those who enjoy those books.

I love all kinds of books. I’ve also read books that i’ve seen called “guilty pleasure trash” and just “basic chick-lit fluff, nothing deep” as if that’s a bad thing. It’s also made me want to mention just how some of those books have touched me. Some having rep i’d never seen before that I really related to, so much that I couldn’t stop crying, like anxiety rep in Queens of Geek. That’s just one example of many. But I also don’t want to defend the books even if I can because then it seems like i’m saying, if a book is just 100% pure entertainment, it’s truly trash, and that is simply not the case.

Every book tries to do something different, so when i’m reading I ask myself “what is this book trying to do?”. “Is it trying to be literary and thought-provoking? Is it trying to be deep and meaningful at all?” etc. And I love books like that too. But sometimes a book isn’t trying to be thought-provoking or deep. Some books only purpose is to be entertainment. To not be taken literally or as a road map for life. And that’s ok. There is something to be said for being able to be purely entertained or amused. To “turn off” the brain a little bit and let it relax and re-charge. We aren’t machines that can just go go go.

“But it has so many flaws!” Pretty much EVERYTHING has flaws. People make books, tv shows etc. People are flawed, people make the things, they aren’t going to be perfect. I’m not saying stuff can’t be harmful and by all means mention if something is, so people can continue to learn and grow. Something can be both flawed and still have merit and good parts to it. They don’t cancel each other out. There is also something to be said though of being able to separate fiction from reality.

Also it’s important to go into a book hopefully knowing what it’s trying to do. Is it ment to be thought-provoking? Taken literally? Or is it just ment to entertain, to not be taken literally, to be just an escape for a little bit? People can even like books that have to do with something they would be 100% against in real life. It all depends on the book and the person. Just because someone likes a book, doesn’t mean they approve of such and such action. It’s hard to get across what i’m trying to say, and i’d love to have a discussion if anyone wants to. For one example though, just because someone loves thriller books about serial killers doesn’t mean they are one. Granted that’s an example most people would agree with. There are other examples that people have a harder time with. Like rape fantasy erotica. Many rape victims, myself included, like those stories and it can be a means to cope, to take the power back in a way. Then there are examples that have nothing to do with coping but still don’t mean someone approves of it in real life. Fiction does not equal reality.

Another point I want to bring up, is people don’t often start reading the literary heavy-weights, they are freaking intimidating. A child or teen discovers the joy of reading finally after having trouble, but it’s say a Goosebumps book or a comic book, are you really going to tell them that isn’t what they should be reading? If so, congrats on making a child feel bad for reading, now they might just quit reading all-together. I say such things from stuff i’ve experienced and seen. An adult can discover the joy of reading too, whether re-finding their love for it or the first time.

People often start reading easier to read books and often later on tackling harder things. And just because something is “easier” to read doesn’t mean it’s any less worthy or isn’t helpful (though that does make me want to go back to the point of feeling like I have to defend certain types of books when I don’t believe that should be the case). Telling someone what they are reading is “too easy” and they “should be reading *insert books here*” instead, often doesn’t do anything other than make them feel bad and ashamed, and possibly lose their love of reading because they aren’t “reading correctly”.

We all read for different reasons, and one reason isn’t better than another. We all have different lives. Some reasons to read may be to gain knowledge on a subject, or to escape the stress of real life for a bit, to lose oneself in a story, to feel something: laugh, cry, to relate..If you read a story, I hope you get what you want out of it, regardless of what that thing is.

Read whatever makes you happy. Whether that’s YA, Horror, Middle Grade, Children’s picture books, Thrillers, Erotica. Whatever makes your heart happy or for whatever you are reading for. I don’t care if you’re an adult reading a children’s book, if it brings you joy OWN YOUR JOY. I’m 33 and love to read children’s books sometimes. I Also watch My Little Pony, un-ironically, and love those colorful ponies, having fun, going on adventures and learning valuable lessons about friendship. It makes me smile. Why is that seen as a bad thing?

Here are some articles I read to help me think of what I wanted to say here, and I higly recommend checking them all out too!

Why Are We Embarrassed To Have Guilty Pleasure Reads? by Huffpost

Why I’m calling time on “guilty pleasures” by newstatesman

In Defense of Guilty Pleasure Reading by

5 reasons the idea of “guilty pleasures” is total bullsh*t by

Full disclosure, I wrote this years ago on my now not active blogger blog. I have slightly edited it but not much. It is still sadly relevant and I am still trying to battle the shame monster. But I am working on it!

So read what you want, for the reason you want. Own your happiness, be yourself, and realize we all have different tastes. We can enjoy many different things for different reasons.

What do you think about all this? I’d love to have a discussion! What are some books (or other things like shows, video games..) that you’ve felt ashamed to enjoy? If it helps any i’ve been amused by Cum for Bigfoot (which I need to reread the first volume so I can finish the series, yes, i’m serious) and tentacle porn. Trust me, I won’t judge you. 🙂

Also check out my friend Georga’s post about the same topic Here.

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My Comixology unlimited borrows

You can borrow up to 50 last I knew. Here’s what I currently have borrowed from Comixology.

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol. 2: Squirrel You Know It’s True by Ryan North

It’s … uh … been nearly 4 years since I read the first volume. Oops?

American Vampire, Vol. 2 by Scott Snyder

It’s been over 3 years since I read the first volume of this. Jeez. Maybe I should reread the first volumes?

Love is Love by Marc Andreyko, Jeff King

It’s queer, that’s all I need.

Dollface #1 by Dan Mendoza

I’m not sure why I borrowed this, but I did.

Giant Days, Vol. 1 by John Allison

Heard good things and it’s queer.

The Arrow by James Tynion IV, Michael Dialynas

Horror and queer apparently.

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Volume 1 by Katie Cook, Andy Price
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Volume 2 by Katie Cook, Heather Nuhfer

I like My Little Pony.

Girl Town by Casey Nowak


Heavy Vinyl, Vol. 1: Riot on the Radio by Carly Usdin

Queer. I’m sensing a pattern :p.

Lumberjanes, Vol. 4: Out of Time by Noelle Stevenson
Lumberjanes, Vol. 5: Band Together by Noelle Stevenson
Lumberjanes, Vol. 6: Sink or Swim by Shannon Watters
Lumberjanes, Vol. 7: A Bird’s-Eye View by Shannon Watters

Camping. Fun. Queer. It’s been over 2 years since I read volume 3.

The Beauty, Vol. 2 by Jeremy Haun

Horror. Queer. Almost 3 years since I read the first volume. I’m sensing another, not so good, pattern here. >.<

Cautionary Fables and Fairy-tales by Kel McDonald
Cautionary Fables and Fairy Tales: Asia Edition by Kel McDonald

I read The Girl Who Married a Skull: and Other African Stories (part of the series) almost a year ago.

The Fortuna Island Lagoon by Christophe Bec

Adventure. Horror. Megalodon.

The Wicked + The Divine, Vol. 1: The Faust Act by Kieron Gillen

Queer fantasy.

The Walking Dead, Vol. 1: Days Gone Bye by Robert Kirkman

I used to love The Walking Dead TV Show! I didn’t watch it for the longest time because “ew, zombies, I don’t care about zombies” but I heard so many good things about it I gave it a shot, and fell in love! For several seasons, but it went downhill fast (to me). I pushed and pushed myself to continue watching until I couldn’t push myself anymore and had to quit (somewhere in the beginning of season 8). I don’t even remember where I started not liking it anymore. Maybe the graphic novels will be better?

Chew, Vol. 1: Taster’s Choice by John Layman

Horror. Funny.

Girls, The Complete Collection by Joshua Luna, Jonathan Luna


The Blood Queen: Omnibus Vol. 1 by Troy Brownfield


Fatale, Vol. 1: Death Chases Me by Ed Brubaker

Horror. Mystery. Lovecraftian.

Nailbiter, Vol. 1: There Will Be Blood by Joshua Williamson


Saga of the Swamp Thing, Book One by Alan Moore

Horror. Superheroes.

Mayo Chiki! Vol. 1 by Hajime Asano


iZombie, Vol. 1: Dead to the World by Chris Roberson

I loved the TV show iZombie! Except for the finale. Which is a bummer but otherwise I loved it.

Little Mermaid Vol. 1 by Meredith Finch


Zombie Tales Omnibus Vol. 1: Undead by Mark Waid

I may have eventually been let down by The Walking Dead but I loved it for awhile, which showed me I CAN enjoy zombie stuff.

Bone Vol. 1: Out From Boneville by Jeff Smith

Middle Grade Fantasy.

Rocko’s Modern Life Vol. 1 by Ryan Ferrier

I loved Rocko’s Modern Life as a kid!

Rugrats, Vol. 1 by Box Brown

I also loved Rugrats!

Tarot, Witch of the Black Rose #1 by Jim Balent


Until Your Bones Rot, Vol. 1 by Yae Utsumi


Vampblade Vol. 1 by Jason Martin

Space vampires!

Zombie Tramp Vol. 1 by Dan Mendoza

Sounds like horror comedy.

Dinosaur Empire!: Journey through the Mesozoic Era by Abby Howard

Nonfiction. Dinosaurs.

Motor Crush, Vol. 1 by Brenden Fletcher


Wet Moon Vol. 1: Feeble Wanderings by Sophie Campbell

Queer. Do not tell me I have too much queer stuff. I will just get MOAR queer stuff in response.

Garfield Vol. 1 by Jim Davis


Hack/Slash Omnibus Vol. 1 by Tim Seeley


That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime, Vol. 2 by Fuse

I haven’t read volume 1 but I physically have volume 1 and 3 of the manga and 2 of the light novel. Why you ask? Because at the time I had no idea about light novels so I thought it was the manga! I don’t even know if I like the series yet and I found that on Comixology so …

Chi’s Sweet Home, Volume 1 by Kanata Konami


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My Kindle Unlimited Borrows

These are what I currently have borrowed from Kindle Unlimited that I need to read! Keep in mind that once you’ve borrowed a book from KU it stays there until you return it even if it’s taken off of KU so there is no guarantee you can still borrow them from KU!

Vampire’s Lust: A Paranormal Erotic Tale by E.V. Gray

I like vampire erotica but really haven’t read much of it. Due to shame really, but that ends now! Now I just gotta get to it.

Siren by John Everson

A mermaid horror. I want to read more mermaid books, and more horror, so 2 birds 1 stone.

Cirque Berserk by Jessica Guess

It’s in the Rewind or Die series but they are all standalones. I’ve read Transmuted by Eve Harms in it and highly recommend it! A transgender body horror! This, Cirque Berzerk, is a slasher involving a carnival. Sounds fun!

The Caribbean by Rob Kidd

This book is why you’ll notice i’ve borrowed 21 despite the max of 20. How? Well before I got KU I found out about prime reading, I had prime already but had no idea about prime reading for a very long time (so when I learned of it I had to check it out), and borrowed it from there. So even though it’s now on my KU borrows because all of prime reading is on KU and that’s how they do it I guess, it doesn’t count as against my KU borrows because I got it from prime reading, and STILL haven’t read it yet!

I love Pirates of the Caribbean, and I refuse to watch any if Johnny Depp isn’t Jack Sparrow.

Seed to Harvest: The Complete Patternist Series by Octavia E. Butler

I’ve read Kindred by Octavia E. Butler, but I think that’s it. I definitely need to read more by her!

Daughter Of Earth And Water: A Biography Of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley by Noel B. Gerson

Have I mentioned before that I am obsessed with Frankenstein, and the author Mary Shelley? (lol, yes, yes I have).

No Room At The Inn by Brooke Winters

I typically avoid Christmas romances unless they are queer. I don’t do that for romances in general, it’s just Christmas … isn’t for me. But if it’s queer of course i’ll give it a shot! This is an F/F Christmas romance by a queer, disabled, autistic writer! Queer, disabled and autistic, like me! 🙂

Unburied: A Collection of Queer Dark Fiction by Rebecca Rowland

Queer. Horror. Do I need to say more?

Sunscreen & Coconuts by Eliza Lentzski

An F/F summery romance.

The Sacrifice; Box Set by Brittany Strokes

Tentacle romance. Yup. I used to think it was too weird, then I read a good tentacle romance and now it’s a thing …

Monster Lust 1 (Werewolf, Dinosaur, Vampire, Bigfoot Erotica): 5 Stories of Powerful Creatures and the Innocent Women They Seduce by Devon Marlowe

Monsters need love to, ok? Honestly I saw someone had that has a goodreads shelf (Monsters need love to) and stole it. Yea, i’m down for some monster fucking, deal with it.

Zombie Necro a Go-Go: 6 Erotic Short Stories About Dead Things by Elizabeth Bedlam

These should be disturbing and for some reason i’m compelled to consume disturbing things.

Morning Glory Milking Farm by C.M. Nascosta

Again, monsters need love to, and i’ve heard good and interesting things about this one.

Hot Queer Witches Fight Demons: a f/nonbinary erotic suspense by Lia Meyers

A F/NB witchy short erotica. I haven’t read this yet because … why?

Collected Christmas Horror Shorts, Vol. II by Kevin J. Kennedy

The kind of Christmas stories I love is horror. Holiday horror, yes please. I might just be a Grinch.

The Bennet Women by Eden Appiah-Kubi

Sounds like a good romance and it has a trans woman MC.

Midnight From Beyond the Stars by Kenneth W. Cain

Horror anthology. Something about aliens.

This is Halloween by James A. Moore

Horror Halloween themed anthology.

Bite Back (Library of Teeth, #1) by Molly Likovich

Queer vampire erotica with bisexual characters. I don’t know why I haven’t devoured this yet! I watch the author on Youtube and Instagram as well. It sounds amazing (to me)!

COWS by Matthew Stokoe

From what i’ve heard, due to personal reasons, this may be too much for me. It’s super disgusting. I want to give it a shot though.

The Book of Queer Saints by Mae Murray

Queer. Anthology. Horror. If I need to say more you obviously don’t know me lol.

Magazines! You can borrow 3 magazine subscriptions through KU (of what they have available). Right now I have 2. They don’t count against the 20 max.

BBC Wildlife Magazine by Immediate Media Company London Ltd

Animals! Nature! Me love.

BBC Science Focus Magazine by Immediate Media Company London Ltd

Me learn things lol.

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