The ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ is Coming to Netflix

Sabrina Spellman is returning to the small screen!

Netflix has picked up two ten-episode seasons inspired by the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, the horror-centric series from the Archie Comics imprint Archie Horror.

According to Netflix, the as of now untitled show will be a combination of  Rosemary’s Baby and The Exorcist.

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Waiting on Wednesday: ‘The Curses’ by Laure Eve

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly series hosted by Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming book releases we can’t wait to get our hands on.

This week’s Waiting on Wednesday pick is a sequel to last year’s witchy novel The Graces: The Curses by Laure Eve.

The second book in The Graces series picks up where the debut novel left off, delving into new mysteries surrounding the enigmatic Graces, an infamous local family rumored to be witches.

After a year plus long wait, The Curses will finally hit shelves on January 9, 2018. Yes, witches!

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Waiting on Wednesday: ‘The Wicked Deep’ by Shea Ernshaw

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly series hosted by Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming book releases we can’t wait to get our hands on.

This week’s Waiting on Wednesday pick is being pitched as Hocus Pocus  plus Practical Magic meets the Salem witch trials: The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw.

Ernshaw’s debut novel is set in the cursed town of Sparrow, where the ghosts of three drowned witches return each summer to lure hormonal teens to their death.

Pretty standard stuff, really.

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My Year in Reading: Cassie-la’s August 2017 Wrap Up

The Walking Dead: Here’s Negan! by Robert Kirkman (★★★★)

Who is The Walking Dead‘s most enigmatic villain, and how exactly did he become the psychopathic dick we love to hate? Here’s Negan collects the origin story of the man, the myth, the terrible husband, including the creation of his weapon of choice: Lucille. Rushed at times, the prequel story suffers from its original format (it was released four pages at a time over 16 months and is far too short to fully explain this complex character), but won me over with some great Negan one-liners.

Spell on Wheels Vol. 1 by Kate Leth (★★★½)

Touted as Supernatural meets Buffy and The Craft, Spell on Wheels is about three fashionable young witches who go on an East Coast road trip to retrieve their stolen magical belongings. While the adorable artwork and two of the side adventures were super enjoyable — I’m looking at you goat man and haunted gal pals — I didn’t find the arc as a whole entirely successful. A real shame, since fashionable witches on a road trip  is basically my dream comic book series.

Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia (★★★½)

In real life, Eliza Mirk is a painfully shy teenager with her nose stuck in a sketch book. Online, she’s LadyConstellation, the anonymous creator of the enormously popular webcomic Monstrous Sea. But when a Monstrous Sea fanfiction author moves to Eliza’s school, she’s forced to confront the real world and her self-imposed loneliness. A fun look at the world of fandom, Eliza and Her Monsters is, at its heart, a touching exploration of depression and anxiety.

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My Year in Reading: Cassie-la’s November 2016 Bookstagram Wrap Up

Currently reading this crazy Harry Potter fan fiction. ⚡️

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Welcome to Bookstagram, a hashtag based portion of Instagram occasionally referred to as Instabook, where bibliophiles around the world take and share book photos.

Pretty self-explanatory stuff.

My November additions to Bookstagram marked the beginning of my love affair with my new iPhone and my hate affair with the lack of natural sunlight while I’m home.

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