YouTube Tuesday: Cutest Voodoo

I have something very different for you this week!

If you love horror, sparkly things, gothic stuff and cute things, you’re going to love Bec from Cutest Voodoo!! She makes the dark side mega adorbs!! I have the pleasure of being able to talk to her as well, and she wanted me to share the following video with you as we both thought you might like it!

You really should give the above video a look as well as the other things she has on her YouTube channel. She has something for everyone! If that wasn’t all, she also has an Etsy store!!

Cutest Voodoo on Etsy

If you like what you see, or even if you don’t, please let her know by liking/disliking and/or subscribing to her channel!! Comments are also greatly appreciated!

Enjoy!

Also, don’t forget to enter the raffle I have going on, there’s still time to get in on it!! Don’t know what I’m talking about? Check out the post link below to find out more!

Raffle

See you on the flipside and don’t forget your towel and sonic screwdriver!!

Riggs – Hollow City

“The second novel of Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children” – as written  on the cover of the novel.  Written by Ransom Riggs and published by Quirk Books.  Copyright 2014 .  The copy I have is a paperback of trade size and 396 pages of story followed by Acknowledgements(I don’t read those usually) and a section called A Conversation with Ransom Riggs.  The book is rounded out by an excerpt from the third novel in the series.

The first novel of this series was made into a movie, and it was almost as peculiar as the book. I’d like to see this one also made into a movie, but I haven’t seen anything to suggest it will.  A great many people don’t enjoy the peculiar.  It makes them uncomfortable.  I don’t mind as long as the peculiarity is done correctly and not used to simply make a joke.  Those types of jokes are horrible to me – my first thought was obscene but upon reflection, I think that word is a bit harsh.

The book itself was wonderful, well written and quite moving at times.  The author portrays the reality of war while throwing in the oddness of the children as a way of throwing you off the harshness of the reality.  Children do die, people and animals do die in this book but not for nothing.  The story moves on, motivates our cast of children, and we go on with them.

This is not a happy story though there are parts that are relatively sweet and lovely.  Some scenes touch on the idyllic.  Still, this is not a happy story nor is it meant to be.  It’s a story of a group of special people trying to survive while another group of people attempt to either imprison them or destroy them.  This is a story of survival and at times, it gets a bit grim.  Still, it has its merits, and I think it’s a very good read.

I would suggest reading it, especially if you have seen the movie or read the first book – or both.  It has a nice twist in it as well as some new peculiar children you didn’t meet in the first novel.  I’m looking forward to reading the third book – our young hero, Jacob, is becoming quite an interesting fellow.

Well my friends, I’ll see you on the flipside and don’t forget to bring your towel and sonic screwdriver – things might get a bit….peculiar.