Carrie: Stephen King

Looking for an October read? Look no further! “Carrie”, by accomplished author Stephen King is the perfect combination of both psychological chaos and teenage trauma. It follows the story of a high school teenager named Carrie, who is a social outcast and the main victim of any mean girl’s torment. After suffering through school she comes home to her mother, a woman who carries an insanely cult-like worship to the Lord and the belief that her daughter is a demon. And, to be fair, she might not be entirely wrong…

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Magic of the Season

Halloween isn’t just a time for dressing up, scaring people, and eating candy. It is also a time for scary stories, or even non-scary stories filled with magic and fairy tales. If you are looking for a fantastical book with a refreshing take on magic to enjoy this spooky season, I recommend Magic For Liars by Sarah Gailey…

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To Do: Read

Here is a fun fact that’s not so fun: spending all day on the computer for class can be mentally and physically exhausting. Now, that’s not a surprise. The big surprise for me has been just how easily I get bored and antsy during the school day! Based on my misadventures and attempts to take care of my brain during busy days, here are some tips to stay on top of your work while fueling yourself with free time…

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Review: Havenfall

In the midst of chaos, there is something freeing about being pulled into a captivating story that sweeps you out of your current reality and fills your head with an entirely new world. Released on March 3rd, 2020, “Havenfall” provides a promising escape for readers looking for more intrigue, mystery, and criss crossing magical worlds with each page turn. If this is what you’re looking for, then this book serves as a reservation for a stay at the Havenfall Inn, where you can poke around to your heart’s content- at your own risk…

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