Monthly Archives: August 2020

The Book Pile – 28/08/2020

Last time I wrote about books, I said that I had my next 3 reads picked out. Like always that changed quickly. I did read, as planned, Rosemary’s Baby by Ira Levin, which I absolutely loved. It is one of … Continue reading

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The Watch List – 21/08/2020

Last Saturday, I was watching something on youtube and a trailer came up for Cursed Films, a documentary about horror films on Shudder. It caused a conversation between me and Tabby and that led us to watch Halloween. The original … Continue reading

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The Roommate – Short Story

There is a spider that lives in the corner of my bathroom, right above the door when you walk in. Every day it is curled up pretending to be dead, but last night I couldn’t sleep and went to the … Continue reading

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The Book Pile – 17th August 2020

A few weeks back Tabby and I went to see her family and her brother mentioned that he hadn’t enjoyed Artemis by Andy Weir. I liked Artemis when I listened to the audiobook. Then Tabby’s brother mentioned that he prefered … Continue reading

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The Book Pile

During lockdown and working from home, I’ve found that I’ve had more time to read books. I used to read a hell of a lot when I was younger, but life gets in the way and I don’t read as … Continue reading

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