#JunjiJanuary Readathon: All Junji Ito, All January!

  Who else loves starting off their new year with a “book bang” – ie, reading a bunch in January with all your new year’s motivation, so you can burn yourself out by February and spend the next two months barely able to read more than a few pages at a time?  🙋 It can’tContinue reading “#JunjiJanuary Readathon: All Junji Ito, All January!”

Book Review – White Smoke by Tiffany D. Jackson

WHITE SMOKE was such a mixed bag for me, which was a little disappointing because I honestly expected to completely love it. That isn’t to say I didn’t enjoy it, because I had fun reading it! But I expected to FULLY LOVE it, and then had some issues. It went to places I definitely wasn’tContinue reading “Book Review – White Smoke by Tiffany D. Jackson”

Book Review – Penance by Kanae Minato

This was my first book by Kanae Minato, but based on how much I loved it, I already bought her debut and plan to read soon. I’ve been trying to branch out a bit into more translated books since I’m noticing a more Western lean to my reading habits lately, and this was highly recommendedContinue reading “Book Review – Penance by Kanae Minato”

Book Review – Our Last Echoes by Kate Alice Marshall

This one has been compared a lot to shows like Twin Peaks & The X-Files, both of which I love, so I knew going into it that I’d either be very, very happy or very, very disappointed. First and foremost, I absolutely freaking LOVED this book & I am 100% going to buy and readContinue reading “Book Review – Our Last Echoes by Kate Alice Marshall”

Book Review – Someone To Share My Nightmares by Sonora Taylor

I’m going to be embarassingly honest here, folks: romance in horror – or “horromance” as it’s called ~in bookish circles~ – has been one of my favorite things since I was a weirdo goth teen discovering smutty vampire books for the first time. There’s just something incredibly intoxicating about a well-done mixture of danger andContinue reading “Book Review – Someone To Share My Nightmares by Sonora Taylor”

Book Review – Fangs by Sarah Andersen

  Who knew an undead love story could be so wholesome & adorable? First, I want to make a note that although this is shelved as a “comic / graphic novel”, it’s more like a collection of small snippets you’d find online – little quick, cute comics that don’t tell a big central story, butContinue reading “Book Review – Fangs by Sarah Andersen”

Book Review – The Night She Disappeared by Lisa Jewell

What is it about thrillers that make them go-to comfort reads for me? Is there something wrong with me that tragedies & disappearances are what I turn to when I’m in a reading slump & in need of something “safe”? Who else is with me on this, please, anyone? lmao Okay, but for real. ThisContinue reading “Book Review – The Night She Disappeared by Lisa Jewell”

Rosie Paints with Ghosts is NOW AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER!!

  My first illustrated children’s book is NOW AVAILABLE to pre-order in my online art shop!! I’m so excited and can’t wait to share Rosie with the world! Pre-order the book here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/1087055581/pre-order-rosie-paints-with-ghosts When Rosie finds a secret door under her bed, it leads her to a spooky town with two BIG problems – they’veContinue reading “Rosie Paints with Ghosts is NOW AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER!!”

Book Review – Cats of the Pacific Northwest by J.W. Donley

Desperate times call for desperate measures, and that’s exactly the type of situation David and his girlfriend find themselves in on a spontaneous backpacking trip gone wrong. Alone and starving, the two begin losing all hope when they find something strange lurking in the woods – or, rather, when it finds them! Creepy and disquieting, CATS OF THEContinue reading “Book Review – Cats of the Pacific Northwest by J.W. Donley”

Book Review – Inheriting Her Ghosts by S.H. Cooper

I buddy read this one with a few pals on the LOHF team, and I can already tell it’s going to be a favorite amongst fans of both the horror genre in general, and more specifically, gothic horror. I haven’t heard a bad word about it, and didn’t have a single thing to say thatContinue reading “Book Review – Inheriting Her Ghosts by S.H. Cooper”