It’s the end of February, and so I’m posting another aesthetic I made for a book I love! You can see the last month’s mood board here, and you can find the rest of them by going through my home page > bookish > memes, or, through the Saturday Aesthetic tag below this post.
Hello everyone! As you might remember from my first post in this series, I said I’ll review issues 3-6 separately, buuut then I decided against it. I didn’t want to do five posts on these comics, so I decided to do two by two and turn it into a three post series. Hopefully you’re still here after my math 101.
As promised, yesterday I started a Locke & Key readathon in anticipation of the Netflix show coming on February 7th. I’m reading one novel per day, finishing on the 6th, just before the series! This is a re-read, as I’ve read these novels two years ago, but I only did reviews for the first two volumes, Welcome to Lovecraft and Head Games.
Plenty of humans were monstrous, and plenty of monsters knew how to play at being human.
It’s the last Saturday of January, and as usual, I did a mood board for a book I love. My last month’s aesthetic is here, and you can find the rest of them by going through my home page > bookish > memes, or, through the Saturday Aesthetic tag below this post.
What you can’t see is always scarier than what you can. Your eyes play tricks on you, filling in the shadows, making shapes.
They call us monsters because it makes it easier to hurt us. But monsters are people, too.