Finally finished Shirley Jackson's "The Haunting of Hill House", which I began two weeks ago.
Had to stop occasionally because sometimes psychological horror hits "too close to home" for me. Nonetheless, it was enjoyable and I highly recommend it.
Shirley Jackson herself is a fascinating woman who I would like to learn more about.
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I'm Tiara, queer immigrant woman of colour currently based in Australia. A huge chunk of my Mastodon presence right now is about race on Mastodon (or complaining about coder bros) but beyond that I'm also interested in arts, writing, games, performance, travel, intersectionality, liminality, and signing up for anything interesting.
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