book review · Seasonal Event

Four Horror and Thriller Mini Reviews

Hello friends! It's Vera here today, back with another Spooky October post of 2021. For today's post, I decided to go with something simple but still fun - mini reviews to thriller and horror novels. I brought you four books that I really enjoyed and would gladly recommend, even if I had a couple of… Continue reading Four Horror and Thriller Mini Reviews

Bookish List

Eight Spooky Books With Fantastic Covers

Hello friends! We've been having so much fun here with our Spooky October posts and we hope you have been too. 🧡 We're so-so pleased to present you with our second guest posters of the month, Caro from Book Cheshirecat. Not only is Caro one of our favorite bloggers, but she is also one of… Continue reading Eight Spooky Books With Fantastic Covers

Book Recommendation · Bookish List · Movie and TV Show · Seasonal Event

Recommending Books Similar To Popular Horror Films

Hello friends! Vera here today with my first Spooky October post of the year. For those who are new here - Spooky October is a month-long event here at Wordy and Whimsical where Sabrina and I bombard you with Halloween appropriate posts. 🎃 For today's post, I decided to pair two things I love: horror… Continue reading Recommending Books Similar To Popular Horror Films

Book Recommendation · Bookish List · Movie and TV Show · Seasonal Event

LGBTQ+ Horror Book and Film Recommendations

Hello friends! We are really excited to kick off Spooky October - a month long event leading up to Halloween - with our first guest poster of the month, Destiny @ Howling Libraries. Asking Destiny to guest-post for us was a no-brainer, as one of her blog's focus is horror and her recommendations have never… Continue reading LGBTQ+ Horror Book and Film Recommendations

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September Wrap Up, ft. Good Reads and Not So Good Films

Hello friends! Another month has gone by, which means that we're finally entering one of the best months of the year: October. I can't wait for all the spookiness to come this month... particularly for the spookiness that's coming to you on Wordy and Whimsical, courtesy of a few blogger friends and ourselves. 👻 Before… Continue reading September Wrap Up, ft. Good Reads and Not So Good Films

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Four Reasons I Love the Dumplin’ Series by Julie Murphy

Hello friends, Vera here today! I'm really looking forward to sharing today's post with you, which I wrote in a frenzy of wanting to scream about two of my recent reads, Puddin' and Pumpkin by Julie Murpy. Given the fact that I adored Dumplin' when I read it a couple of years ago, I decided… Continue reading Four Reasons I Love the Dumplin’ Series by Julie Murphy

Bookish Discussion

Tips on How to Get Out of a Reading Slump

Hello friends, it's Vera here today. During the first half of 2021, I found myself struggling with multiple reading slumps. Most were easy to control as they only lasted for a week or so, but there was one or two that affected my reading for up to a month. Thankfully, I successfully came out of… Continue reading Tips on How to Get Out of a Reading Slump

Book Recommendation · Bookish List

Fourteen Compelling Opening Lines from Books

Hello friends! In my experience, a lot of the times it takes a few pages - or even a few chapters - for a book to truly catch my attention and make me fully engaged in its story. It's much rarer, as well as special, when a book immediately piques my interest with its very… Continue reading Fourteen Compelling Opening Lines from Books

Book Recommendation

Recommending Books Based on Iconic Films

Hello friends, Vera here! I recently rewatched The Breakfast Club on Netflix, a film that, while isn't without its faults, is an absolute classic. As I was watching that film, I had the idea for this post, so I decided to think of a couple of other classic films and recommend you all some books… Continue reading Recommending Books Based on Iconic Films

Wrap Up

August Wrap Up, ft. All That We Read and Watched Last Month

Hello everyone! Another month has gone by - seriously, how tf is time flying by so fast - which means that we are here with another monthly wrap up post. The end of August means that here in Hungary we are finally heading into autumn, which I'm actually really looking forward to this year. The… Continue reading August Wrap Up, ft. All That We Read and Watched Last Month