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Monday, August 19

Sunday Post & It's Monday! What Are You Reading?

Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @  Caffeinated Book Reviewer!


It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is a weekly meme hosted by The Book Date.

Good Morning, Everyone!



I can't believe I'm writing a post early on a Monday monring!

FYI: I'm kinda like Garfield - I hate Mondays!

Anyway, as you can tell I'm back to combining my Sunday Post with my It's Monday! What Are You Reading? post. Why is this? Well, last week I didn't get around to posting my Sunday Post and yesterday I was just to lazy to do anything. Therefore, this week I'm shoving two posts into one.

What Am I Currently Reading?

How did my reading go last week? To tell you the truth - not very good. Did I finish reading IT? Nope!

However, I did read a few pages over the weekend and I'm now on page 535. As you can probably tell, I'm in no hurry to read IT. It's not like I have a review deadline for it, though I would like to post a review sometime during the first week of September.

Additionally, I did listen to an audiobook Wake the Dead by Stacey Rourke yesterday afternoon.

I'll be reviewing it sometime this week. Maybe even today! My reading agenda for this week is to once again finish reading IT. Plus, I'll be listening to the audiobook The Unlucky Ones by Stacey Marie Brown.


Recent Reviews

 

The Maine Nemesis
(Summer Reads)

Lonesome Dove
(Blu-ray Steelbook Review)

Goosebumps SlappyWorld: The Dummy Meets The Mummy!
(Back To School Reads)

The New Kids
(Midnight Horror Review)

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Trilogy
(Rereads)

New in the Mail

 

Books

Nearly two weeks ago, I received the novella The Witch Port Video Game by Leonard Bassed. I will be reviewing the title in September for a book tour. On the exact same day, I received The Inn by James Patterson & Candice Fox. Now the latter isn't for review purposes as I had pre-ordered a few days prior to its release. However, whenever I get around to reading it, I'll most likely post a review for it.

DVDs/Blu-rays

Saturday, August 17

Back To School Reads: Goosebumps SlappyWorld: The Dummy Meets The Mummy!


*This is a sponsored review. All opinions are 100% mine.

AMAZON; Barnes & Noble;
Scholastic
I'm feeling a bit old while I'm writing this review as it has come to my attention that R.L. Stine's Goosebumps franchise just turned 27-years-old last month! And this also means it's been 27 years since I read my very first Goosebumps - Welcome to Dead House.

Despite that fact I'm soon to be a 38-year-old in just a few weeks, I still read each and every new Goosebumps title that's published. Yes, I'm well aware I'm way past the Grade 4 reading level but I like nostalgia and that's exactly the feeling I get every time I read a Goosebumps book. Plus, I just love horror stories, even the kid-friendly ones.

The newest entry in the franchise is titled Goosebumps SlappyWorld: The Dummy Meets The Mummy! (a.k.a. - the eighth installment of the spinoff SlappyWorld series). And as you can probably guess by the art cover, this story centers around everyone's favorite villainous ventriloquist dummy - Slappy! There's also a creepy mummy in this tale. No, it's not the same mummy from the classic Goosebumps titles The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb and Return of the Mummy. Instead it's a brand new character named Arragotus.

Of course Goosebumps stories don't just center around the villains as there's always one or two young protagonists, typically around 12-years-old, who have to stop the bad guys from doing some evil deed. For The Dummy Meets The Mummy!, there are in fact two main characters - Cathy O'Connor and Aaron Riggles. 

The plot involves a middle-grade class having a supervised sleepover in the Haunted Horror Museum, which is owned by Cathy's father. The museum's newest attraction is Arragotus the mummy. Just before the kids arrive, the museum received a rather odd donation - a ventriloquist dummy named Slappy! 

Let's just say having Arragotus and Slappy under the same roof isn't a very good thing!


Final Thoughts

Friday, August 16

Book Blogger Hop: August 16th - 22nd





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Thursday, August 15

Midnight Horror Review: The New Kids (1985)


*This is sponsored review. All opinions are 100% mine.

Mill Creek Entertainment; Amazon
There were a slew of teens in peril movies released in the 1980s. A few of these titles became classics and many others have mostly been forgotten, such as 1985's The New Kids starring a young Lori Loughlin and James Spader.

The New Kids was released this week to Blu-ray (R; 90 mins; $14.98) for the very first time by Mill Creek Entertainment. There are no special features or bonus extras. It does come with an '80s VHS-style DVD slipcover. 

Directed by Friday the 13th's Sean S. Cunningham, the film centers around Loren and Abby McWilliams (played by Shannon Presby and Lori Loughlin), whose parents were killed in an accident. With no were else to go, the siblings pack their bags and move to a small Florida town to live with their Uncle Charlie on his roadside amusement park.

After helping their uncle get the amusement park in working shape, Loren and Abby start school at the local high school, where I guess you can say things don't go so well there. Unknowingly to Abby, Dutra (played by James Spader) and his redneck gang make a bet to who can take Abby's virginity. However, Abby rejects all their attempts to sweep her off her feet. This leads to Dutra and his goons harassing, stalking, and tormenting Abby and her brother.

The film was critically panned and bombed at the box office; taking in under $200,000 on a $6 million budget.


Final Thoughts

Monday, August 12

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?


It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is a weekly meme hosted by The Book Date.



My agenda this week is to finish reading IT by Stephen King.

ReReads: Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Trilogy


If you grew up in the 1980, then mostly likely you would remember the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark books written by Alvin Schwartz and illustrated by Stephen Gammell.

There are three titles in the series - Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (pub. 1981), More Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark (pub. 1984) and Scary Stories 3: More Tales to Chill Your Bones (pub. 1991). As of 2017, the books have sold more than 7 million copies; though that number is probably a bit higher thanks to recent release of the PG-13 film adaptation.

All three books have "retellings" of folklores and myths, but they're all written in a kid-friendly way. However, the American Library Association has challenged the books several times over the years for stories featuring nightmarish topics such as disfigurement and murder. Plus, there has been criticism over the creepy drawings by Stephen Gammell. Besides from us horror fans, the American Library Association and the The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Book have defended the books.

I remember my mother ordering all three Scary Stories books from Scholastic book flyers - you know the ones you get from your elementary classes - back when I was a little bitty kid. Many of the stories are interactive and I have fond memories of my mother reading several of the stories to me. Never once did she believe the stories were harmful. They're just stories!


Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark features 29 stories: The Big Toe, The Walk, What Do You Come For?, Me Tie Dough-ty Walker!, A Man Who Lived in Leeds, Old Woman All Skin and Bone, The Thing, Cold as Clay, The White Wolf, The Haunted House, The Guests, The Hearse Song, The Girl Who Stood on a Grave, A New Horse, Alligators, Room for One More, The Wendigo, The Dead Man's Brains, May I Carry Your Basket?, The Hook, The White Satin Evening Gown, High Beams, The Babysitter, The Viper, The Attic, The Slithery-Dee, Aaron Kelly's Bones, Wait till Martin Comes, and The Ghost with the Bloody Fingers.


More Stories to Tell in the Dark features 28 stories: Something was Wrong, The Wreck, One Sunday Morning, Sounds, A Weird Blue Light, Somebody Fell from Aloft, The Little Black Dog, Clinkity-Clink, The Bride, Rings on Her Fingers, The Drum, The Window, Wonderful Sausage, The Cat's Paw, The Voice, Oh, Susannah!, The Man in the Middle, The Cat in a Shopping Bag, The Bed by the Window, The Dead Man's Hand, A Ghost in the Mirror, The Curse, The Church, The Bad News, Cemetery Soup, The Brown Suit, BA-ROOOM!, and Thumpity-Thump.


Scary Stories 3: More Tales to Chill Your Bones features 25 stories: The Appointment, The Bus Stop, Faster and Faster, Just Delicious, Hello, Kate!, The Black Dog, Footsteps, Like Cat's Eyes, Bess, Harold, The Dead Hand, Such Things Happen, The Wolf Girl, The Dream, Sam's New Pet, Maybe You Will Remember, The Red Spot, No, Thanks, The Trouble, Strangers, The Hog, Is Something Wrong?, It's Him!, T-H-U-P-P-P-P-P-P-P!, and You May Be Next....

Final Thoughts

Friday, August 9

Book Blogger Hop: August 9th - 15th





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The Friday 56: More Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark



Rules

Grab a book, any book.
Turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader.
Find any sentence, (or few, just don't spoil it).
Post it.
 Add your (url) post below in the Linky at: www.fredasvoice.com
Add the post url, not your blog url.


When she tried to turn on the light, she would find herself holding a dead man's hand.

page 56, More Scary Stories to tell in the Dark by Alvin Schwartz with drawings by Stephen Gammell

  My Thoughts

Wednesday, August 7

Blu-ray Steelbook Review: Lonesome Dove


*This is a sponsored review. All opinions are 100% mine.

Mill Creek Entertainment; Amazon
I know for a fact there are many fans of Larry McMurtry's novels, especially the Lonesome Dove series. For those of you don't already know, the 1989 miniseries adaptation of Lonesome Dove was recently released on a Blu-ray Steelbook (Not Rated; 6 hrs 13 mins; $34.98) from Mill Creek Entertainment. Additionally, it comes with a movieSPREE digital code.

Directed by Simon Wincer, the miniseries featured a star-studded cast including Robert Duvall, Tommy Lee Jones, Diane Lane, Danny Glover, Anjelica Huston, Robert Urich, Steve Buscemi, D.B. Sweeney, Rick Schroder, and Chris Cooper.

Told in four parts, Lonesome Dove centers around two former Texas Rangers and lifelong friends, Gus McCrae and Woodrow Call (played by Robert Duvall and Tommy Lee Jones), going on one last adventure together - a cattle drive from Texas to Montana.

Bonus Features include:
  • The Making of an Epic
  • Cast Interviews
  • Original Sketches and Concept Drawings
  • On Location with Director Simon Wincer
  • Interview with Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Larry McMurtry


Final Thoughts

Monday, August 5

Summer Reads: The Maine Nemesis by R. Scott Wallis


*This is a sponsored review. All opinions are 100% my own.

As everyone who reads my blog already knows, I've been a little nitpicky about my reads this year, especially when it comes to new authors. I get many emails about upcoming book blog tours but I've been ignoring most requests because of my "no spotlights" policy that I started last year. However, I have nothing wrong with reviewing a title during one of these tours, which explains why I'm participating in "The Maine Nemesis" tour.

In the case with this title (and many other books), the art cover caught my attention right away. Now I didn't sign up to review the book based on the cover alone. I did read the blurb!

What's the book about?

Set in Wabanaki, Maine, the novel centers around best friends Skyler Moore and Brenda Braxton. While their love lives isn't exactly perfect, they are both very accomplished women with Brenda being a famous chef and owner of several restaurants and Skyler is a public relations hotshot.

The duo has to put their skills to the test when the deputy's wife is found dead inside one of the local restaurants. Murder is something that never happens in this small town so the community is shell shocked. Skyler takes charge to help the restaurant's owners by dealing with all the PR nightmare following the murder. Then she quickly turns into an amateur sleuth. Along with Brenda and a few friends, she's determined to solve the murder (and a kidnapping).


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Final Thoughts

It's Monday! What Are You Reading?


It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is a weekly meme hosted by The Book Date.



My agenda for the next few days is to read Scary Stories to Tell in The Dark, More Scary Stories to Tell in The Dark, and Scary Stories 3: More Stories to Chill Your Bones by Alvin Schwartz. 

I bet there isn't one '80s kid who doesn't remember reading Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark! I was either in the second or third grade when I first read the original book. My mom bought the books for me though a Scholastic book flyer. I have no idea what happened to those books because they're long gone. I probably let someone borrow them and they never returned them. It doesn't matter as I bought all three titles several years ago at thrift store. I've been meaning to rereading them for along time but I've just never gotten around to it. With the feature film adaptation coming out at the end of the week, I thought this would be a great time for me to finally reread them. Then I'm going to put my full attention on Stephen King's IT, which I'm currently on page 383.

Sunday, August 4

Sunday Post: 8/4/19

Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @  Caffeinated Book Reviewer!

Good Afternoon, Everyone!


What Am I Currently Reading?


Yes, I'm still reading Stephen King's IT and one of these days I'm actually going to finish reading it. I had to put IT on the back burner because I had to read two other ARC titles - Underestimating Miss Cecilia and The Maine Nemesis. The review for Underestimating Miss Cecilia was posted early this morning and the review for The Maine Nemesis will be posted sometime tomorrow.

On the reading agenda this week is the Scary Stories To Tell in The Dark trilogy. If you don't already know, the feature film based on the first book will be released to theatres on August 9th. I read all three titles during my childhood and I'm going to start rereading them tomorrow. I'll be posting reviews for them later in the week. After I finish reading the trilogy, I'll refocus my full attention on finishing IT, which I'm planning on posting a review for the massive novel next month near the release date of the IT: Chapter 2 movie.


Recent Reviews

 

Understanding Miss Cecilia
(Summer Reads)

Forever Knight: The Complete Series
(Midnight Horror Review)

Sophia, Princess Among Beasts
(Summer Reads)

UglyDolls: Sing-Along Edition
(Blu-ray Review)

Cari Mora
(Summer Reads)

Shark Bait
(Midnight Horror Review)


New in the Mail

Books


It's always nice to get a surprise book in the mailbox and that's exactly what happened to me last week when I received the Ripley's Believe It or Not!: Beyond The Bizarre! (16th Annual) from Ripley's Publishing. Plus, they sent me the 100 Years Of Ripley's Believe It or Not!: Official Anniversary Edition magazine.

DVDs/Blu-rays


I need to get caught up on DVDs and Blu-rays as I have a pile of them on my desk that needs to be reviewed. Yesterday, I received another package from Mill Creek Entertainment. The DVDs titles are: Pan Am: The Complete Series and Dead Don't Die in Dallas. The Blu-ray titles are: The New Kids, White Line Fever, and Roxanne. I've already watched Dead Don't Die in Dallas so keep an eye out on my review for it. It'll be posted as a Midnight Horror Review either on Monday or Tuesday next Sunday. Since there's nothing on TV tonight I might watch The New Kids.

New on the Bookshelf

Summer Reads: Underestimating Miss Cecilia by Carolyn Miller


*This is sponsored review. All opinions 100% mine.

KREGEL; AMAZON
I'm up bright and early and on a Sunday morning to write a review for the romance novel Underestimating Miss Cecilia by Carolyn Miller, which I just reading yesterday. That's right, I read the entire 352 page novel yesterday afternoon, despite the fact it was a difficult for me to read thanks to my allergies and dry eyes. I just received the title a few weeks ago for the Kregel Publications book tour, and, I guess you can say time slipped away from me pretty quickly as I almost forgot I had to review the book by August 4th, which is today.

I used to read (and review) a lot of romance novels but after a while I gotten a bit burned out on them and this has resulted in me reading a wide variety of genres this year. The only reason why I signed up to review Underestimating Miss Cecilia (the second novel in Regency Brides: Daughters of Aynsley series) is because I've previously read a few other titles by author Carolyn Miller. She's a good writer and I figured I would like her newest novel.

What's the book about?

It's set in the early 19th Century England and centers around Cecilia Hatherleigh, a young woman who has always had her eyes on the earl's son, Edward "Ned" Amherest. The only problem is Edward has never had the same affections for Cecilia. He's always treated her more like a sister than a possible future wife. Despite her intelligence, she's is seen as nothing more that the second daughter of Lord Aynsley in the eyes of many, including Ned.

Circumstances occur that leads Ned to make a few major decisions in his life, which includes resurrecting his legal career and looking for a wife. He's also determined to help the poor and suffering people living on the streets of England. His quest to help other leads him to spend more time with Cecilia. Remember, this is a romance novel, so you can take a guess at what happens next.

Final Thoughts

Saturday, August 3

Midnight Horror Review: Forever Knight: The Complete Series


*This is a sponsored review. All opinions are 100% mine.

Mill Creek Entertainment; Amazon
Does anyone actually remember there being a "Crimetime After Primetime" lineup airing on CBS during the 1992-1993 season late-at-night after the local news?

I was an eleven-year-old in 1992 and I have no memory of any television shows airing that late. Then again, I had a curfew in 1992 and wasn't allowed to stay up late on school nights." Weekends were a completely other story as I would stay up past midnight to watched the edited versions of Tales of the Crypt on Fox.

Anyway, the first season of the cult Canadian vampire series Forever Knight aired on CBS during their "Crimetime After Primetime." After the entire lineup was cancelled to make way for Late Show with David Letterman, the second season moved to syndication and the third & final season aired on the USA Network.

Mill Creek Entertainment recently released Forever Night: The Complete Series DVD set (TV-14; 52 hrs 43 mins; $64.98) featuring all 70 episodes! There are no special features or bonus extras. 

Forever Knight is a reworking of the television movie Nick Knight starring Rick Springfield that aired on CBS in 1989. For the series, Geraint Wyn Davies took over the role of Nick Knight, a vampire who works at as a nighttime detective for the Toronto police. He was born in A.D. 1200. As adult, he was forced to fight in the Crusades to avoid facing a murder trial which he was being accused of killing his love, Gwyneth. He returned to Europe after the Crusades where became a drunk. Eventually, he meets the vampire Janette DuCharme (played by Deborah Duchêne) and along with her master, Lucien LaCroix (played by Nigel Bennett), they seduce him into becoming an immortal. After many many years of killing innocent humans, Nick turns his back on being a vampire and goes on a quest to redeem himself.

As a cop, Nick Knight uses his supernatural abilities to protect the innocent and to capture the bad guys. The only human who knows of his "curse" is medical coroner Natalie Lambert (played by Catherine Disher). And of course his maker LaCroix knows all about Nick's past and will do anything to make sure he stays a vampire forever.


Final Thoughts

Friday, August 2

Book Blogger Hop: August 2nd - 8th





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Welcome to the Book Blogger Hop! 


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This week's question is submitted by Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer.


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3. Visit other blogs in the list and comment on their posts. Try to spend some time on the blogs reading a few posts and possible become a new follower. The purpose of the hop is to give bloggers a chance to follow other blogs, learn about new books, befriend other bloggers, and receive new followers to your own blog.

Summer Reads: Sophia, Princess Among Beasts


AMAZON
For those of you who don't already know, for past month I have been reading Stephen King's IT. What you don't know is that I had to put that book aside to read a two ARC's this week. So I'm basically "booked" with reads for the moment and the last thing I needed to do was to begin reading another novel. However, that's exactly what I did early (pre-dawn early) yesterday morning!

Last week, I bought the recently released Sophia, Princess Among Beasts by James Patterson and Emily Raymond. And everyone knows how much I love (and occasionally dislike) Mr. Patterson's stories, so naturally you can understand why I wanted to add the title to my collection. Anyway, the novel has a gorgeous art cover, which has been sitting on the coffee table starring straight at me every since I got it. I finally let my guard down and started reading the darn thing.

As far as my knowledge goes, Sophia, Princess Among Beasts is the first medieval fantasy novel by James Patterson. It's set in an unnamed land and centers around Princess Sophia, a young woman with little to no training to one day take over the throne. After her father is murdered, Sophia is sent into a nightmarish world full of half-beasts, full-beasts, and demons when she is kidnapped by her family's nemesis, Ares, who's determined to force Sophia to marry one of his demon knights.

To escape her horrific imprisonment, Sophia must rely on a handsome peasant, Raphael, to help her put a stop to Ares' evil plans and find a way to return to her kingdom. 
 

Final Thoughts

The Friday 56: Underestimating Miss Cecilia



Rules

Grab a book, any book.
Turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader.
Find any sentence, (or few, just don't spoil it).
Post it.
 Add your (url) post below in the Linky at: www.fredasvoice.com
Add the post url, not your blog url.


At the butler's urgent gesture, footmen opened the doors, and Ned walked into the drawing room, where he found this father, brother, and the magistrate engaged in conversation which ceased at his entrance.

page 56, Underestimating Miss Cecilia by Carolyn Miller

  My Thoughts

Thursday, August 1

Blu-ray Review: UglyDolls: Sing-Along Edition


*This is a sponsored review. All opinions are 100% mine.

Blu-ray; DVD
I must be living under a rock because I wasn't aware there was such a thing as an UglyDolls toyline, let alone a feature film that was released to theatres earlier this year. I only recently became aware of what the UglyDolls were when I was sent a a review copy of the Blu-ray Combo Pack which was just released this week by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. It was also released on 4K Ultra HD, DVD, and Digital HD.

Directed by Kelly Asbury and produced by Robert Rodriguez, UglyDolls features the talented voice cast of Kelly Clarkson (The Star, “The Voice”), Nick Jonas (Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle), Janelle Monáe (Hidden Figures, Rio 2), Blake Shelton (The Angry Birds Movie, “The Voice”), Pitbull (“Empire,” Epic), Wanda Sykes (“Black - ish,” Bad Moms) and Gabriel Iglesias (Ferdinand).

UglyDolls (PG; 88 minutes) is set in a hidden world within our own where newly manufactured dolls are given anthropomorphism and are assigned to be the perfect toy to a specific child. Any dolls that are deformed during manufacturing gets tossed into another hidden world called Uglyville where UglyDolls can live a peaceful life. Well, that's until one curious doll named Moxy (voiced by Kelly Clarkson) wants to learn what's beyond her home. Alongside her pals Lucky Bat (voiced by Wang Leehom), Ugly Dog (voiced by Pitbull), cynical baker Wage (voiced by Wanda Sykes), and Babo (voiced by Gabriel Iglesias), Moxy travels to the Institute of Perfection, a place where human dolls are trained to be the perfect toy.

Let's just say they're not exactly welcomed there by the Institute's toyleader,  Lou (voiced by Nick Jonas) and a few other dolls. However, Moxy and friends are determined to learn how to be a perfect toy so they can one day find a child to love.

Bonus Features include:
  • Sing-Along Edition
  • Sing-Along Tease – A small taste of the big fun the Sing - Along Edition provides.
  • Fun with the Cast of UglyDolls – Watch the cast of UglyDolls play fun games that showcase their unique talents.
  • Making UglyDolls – A closer look at the music behind the film and the talented voice cast that brings these rich characters to life. 
  • Theatrical Trailers 


Final Thoughts