Posted in August 2013

Book Review: Night Film

Book Review: Night Film

Cult horror director Stanislas Cordova hasn’t been seen in public since 1971. A dark and secretive figure, his fans can only speculate about the man behind such chilling and thought provoking movies.  After receiving an anonymous phone call insinuating something sinister about Cordova, however, investigative journalist Scott McGrath’s interest in the director turns into an … Continue reading

Pride and Prejudice for Babies?

Pride and Prejudice for Babies?

While grabbing some Starbucks and browsing through Chapters this past week with Kaley from Books Ect, I stumbled upon the most amazing book I could ever imagine: Pride and Prejudice….for babies!  Written by “Little Miss Austen,” this board book adaptation brings aspects of her classic novel to life through counting: 1 English Village, 2 Rich … Continue reading

Tea Time: Night Film

Tea Time: Night Film

Tea: Organic Stormy Night (David’s Tea) On a recent visit to David’s Tea this past weekend, I picked up a sample of Stormy Night to try. With a name like that I figured it would be the perfect companion to Marisha Pessl’s dark and mysterious novel Night Film. The ingredients also sounded heavenly: chocolate, cinnamon, … Continue reading

Ten Second Reviews

Ten Second Reviews

Scarlet by A.C. Gaughen I love when all of the positive hype I hear about a book ends up being true, and that was exactly the case for Scarlet by A.C. Gaughen. A retelling of the classic folklore surrounding Robin Hood, the story replaces one of the Merry Men with a young woman named Scarlet. … Continue reading