SoftMocs

8532%20BLK_SSSI bought a pair of moccasin boots at Soft Mocs. They are meant for outdoors and more expensive than I originally thought, NOT on sale. I spent over a hundred dollars on them ffs! I still like them a lot or I wouldn’t have bought them . Anyway they’re just what I need in this snowy winter weather.and I hadn’t bought myself a pair of boots in awhile. An early Christmas gift to me  I wish I could get a pair of indoor moccasins too because they are soooo comfortable . My feet love them. The inside layer is full of fur which gives it an extra layer of padding and comfort. Did I say they were comfortable? Yes they are. The only trouble is the rubber sole. I had to get a size bigger and my heel doesn’t really stretch to that area and I’m worried they will end up looking sloppy. The only way to prevent me worrying about it is if I stick something in the back of my foot and I don’t really want to do that because they definitely look good. I can’t wait to walk around in the snow with my feet nice and warm.

The World of Harry Potter Re-Read Kicks Off

Universal Studios: New Harry Potter World Additions and Re-Read Kick Off.

kkhp-box-front-lgFor the kick off to the Harry Potter Re Readalong , Sheila from Book Journey shares the amazing experience to be had of the Harry Potter world in Florida.  I would love to ride the Hogwarts Express and the night bus, or have a drink of butter beer and shop in Diagon Alley. I’m already on Chapter Six of The Philosopher’s/Sorcerer’s Stone and enjoying it tremendously. It is so addicting and I love how my obsession over all things Harry Potter grows each time I read these books. Chapter Six: Journey to Platform Nine and Three Quarters is all about the first train ride Harry has ever been on that will take him to Hogwarts School of Wizardry.  He makes it to platform nine and three quarters with the help of the Weasley’s.

‘Salem’s Lot by Stephen King

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Jackie:

I’m taking a bite into scary books reading this book for October countdown to Halloween. If anyone else is interested to read a long with me please sign up on my main blog here: http://www.2jackies.com .

I like this person’s review. I admire those who can review a book without spoilers.

Originally posted on Dark Chest of Wonders:

The Town Knew Darkness

(A Book Review of Stephen King’s ‘Salem’s Lot)

Far more complex than his debut Carrie, Stephen King ups the ante in his sophomore hit ‘Salem’s Lot, published in 1975.  Raising the bar of horror from a quaint character study of a girl coming to terms with her powers and her eventual maturity, King opts to a much larger grasp of the terrors that haunts us (or more specifically the American way of life) by digging into the darkness hidden in the human heart and focusing on the familiar confines of small-town life where malevolence festers underneath the sheen of its idyllic exterior.

Jerusalem’s Lot, or ‘Salem’s Lot as commonly known and called by its locals, is no stranger to its own shadows one of which is the Marsten House, the notorious haunted house in the area where violent incidents and whispers of occult…

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Allison(Allie) Sekemoto

Jackie:

That is such a cute picture.

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Have you read The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa? You should. The series is called Blood of Eden, and they are absolutely amazing! I’ve already pre-ordered the 3rd book! Only like 2 weeks to go yay! Basically, without giving too much away, they are set a dystopian society where Vampires rule. They are not crappy vampire books(like twilight and those other sad excuses!) so don’t just dismiss them! The main character, Allie, kicks SUPER butt. Seriously, she’s up there with Tris Prior(divergent) and Pressia(pure). READ THE BOOKS DO ITTTT! They are pretty much the best thing you will ever read..ever! I drew a sweet, butt-kickng, scribble of Allie :)

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The Coveted Gift

The thing I never received probably because I never really told Santa that I wanted one and because it was a sin to covet or want something that Barb, Sue and Sally had. It was an easy bake oven. O Yeah. I wanted one but maybe I wasn't as good as they were :/

I also never received a simple Barbie! That just sucked six ways from Sunday!

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