Everyone should have this, he thought, and perhaps, at the end, everyone does. Perhaps in their time of dying, everyone rises.

Let me tell you a story, the first book from Stephen King I read was Desperation, it was in high school and it is funny because I was not into horror books, I would never have read a horror book at that time in my life; but this book came to me, literally I found this book abandoned and what was I supposed to do, leave it? It was in my hands and the curiosity was stronger than the terror.

Since then, I discovered horror books to be enjoyable and Stephen King become one of my favorite authors.

I just read Elevation and it has null of horror in it, fortunately for me, supernatural > horror. I really enjoyed it, it was a very quick read, it is a novella, and it felt good; it delivers a message of unity, tolerance, and elevation, it made me smile and truly engage with characters, and despite being one of the ‘quietest’ novels I’ve read, it reinvigorated me.

The Hobbit

There is nothing like looking, if you want to find something. You certainly usually find something, if you look, but it is not always quite the something you were after.

We all have the potential to be adventurous; it doesn’t have to be an epic trip like Bilbo’s, adventure has a lot of different meanings, we just need to find our own, be brave and grow.