Just the Tips: Advice for Book Reviewers and Authors/Publishers Seeking Reviews

We’re on our way into the new year now and as we move into 2020, I find that I’m working with a lot more authors and publishers than I have maybe ever! I love helping to promote books and reading, and being able to use my little corner of the internet – whether that be … Continue reading

6 Collections of Horror Poetry That I Love

I’ve been reading poetry for as long as I can remember. When I was little, I’d read classic poets, and still have a huge fondness for them. I have two poetry-based tattoos – one with a line by Robert Frost, and the other a line from a Bukoswki poem. I dabbled in writing a bit … Continue reading

26 of the Best Books I Read in 2019

It was super hard for me to put this list together, ’cause I originally intended to only include 10 titles – but quickly realized that’d be impossible. I genuinely had such an amazing reading year! So many books came out that I couldn’t wait to dive into, and the anticipation paid off in the best way – … Continue reading

My Most Anticipated Reads of 2020

Friends, 2019 was such a great year for books. I’m not sure if I just didn’t pay attention hard enough all the years before, but wow! So many knock out books were published in 2019, and so many of the ones I was anticipating at the start of the year ended up being amazing! Most of what … Continue reading

DIY: Make Your Own Rainbow Christmas Tree!

I’m so excited to be sharing this with you all! I’ve gotten so many questions about my Christmas tree – where I got it is one of the most common questions, and people are usually surprised when I tell them I made it myself! Don’t get me wrong – I love the regular red & … Continue reading

Thursday 10: Horror Authors to Read if You Love Stephen King

Alright, so before I go into the list, I want to start this off by saying that the recommendations in this blog post are not identical copies of Stephen King, his writing, or his books. The point of this list is to open a few more horror doors to those of you whose only experience in … Continue reading