Cover Reveal: Rosie Paints with Ghosts – A Spooky Illustrated Children’s book!

I am extremely excited to be sharing an official, public cover reveal for my upcoming spooky children’s book, Rosie Paints with Ghosts! *drumroll please* When Rosie finds a secret door under her bed, it leads her to a spooky town with two BIG problems – they’ve lost all their color, and Rosie can’t seem toContinue reading “Cover Reveal: Rosie Paints with Ghosts – A Spooky Illustrated Children’s book!”

My Summer TBR: Horror Fun in the Sun!

Who else is getting a little sick of being indoors? I’m not a super outdoorsy person, but I do enjoy the occasional venturing to places outside my home – you know, like the bookstore, the coffee shop, etc. Maybe once a year or so, my boyfriend & I will make a 2 hour drive toContinue reading “My Summer TBR: Horror Fun in the Sun!”

The Big Book of Horror Authors: A Coloring & Activity Book – DETAILS!

If you’ve been following me on social media this year, you may have seen me talk about this project – but hang with me while I rehash it for everyone else! Late last year, I had the idea to create a horror author coloring book that I could make to feature some of my favoriteContinue reading “The Big Book of Horror Authors: A Coloring & Activity Book – DETAILS!”

The Joy Thief: How Comparison Kills Your Creativity + 3 Tips to Kick it to the Curb

This blog post is going to be a little different from my more bookish related content, and I appreciate you all bearing with me through this. My mental health has been all over the place recently, and I’m sure a lot of people can say the same. The world is a scary place – inContinue reading “The Joy Thief: How Comparison Kills Your Creativity + 3 Tips to Kick it to the Curb”

5 Horror Books I Need to See as TV Adaptations

Back in February, my wonderful friend Sadie (known as Mother Horror to us horror fiction junkies online!) posted to her blog with a list of books she wanted to see made into TV shows. I loved her list, and her idea, so I asked if I could borrow it to make my own!  Check herContinue reading “5 Horror Books I Need to See as TV Adaptations”

Book Review – The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires by Grady Hendrix

Title: The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires Author: Grady Hendrix Edition: Paperback Page Count: 404 pages Rating: 5 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ Short Summary:  Fried Green Tomatoes and Steel Magnolias meet Dracula in this Southern-flavored supernatural thriller set in the ’90s about a women’s book club that must protect its suburban community from a mysterious and handsome stranger who turnsContinue reading “Book Review – The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires by Grady Hendrix”

ChooseToDo Inner | Holo(graphic!) Bullet Journal Cover Review

Anyone who knows me personally or that has been following my blog for awhile knows that I love organization. From spreadsheets to planners, I’ve felt a deep adoration for anything neat and orderly for as long as I can remember – and along with that has always been a love of anything cute or colorful.Continue reading “ChooseToDo Inner | Holo(graphic!) Bullet Journal Cover Review”

Featured on Dead Head Reviews for Women In Horror Month

Hi friends!! I wanted to share this here on the blog for those of you who maybe get these updates, but don’t follow me on (or use) social media! 🙂 I was recently asked to contribute an article to a review website I follow, and I’m so honored by the opportunity! I was given aContinue reading “Featured on Dead Head Reviews for Women In Horror Month”

10 Books Under 200 Pages You Should Read This Year Written by Women in Horror

Who else struggles with reading ’cause of the time it takes to get invested in & to complete a book? 🙋 Between work and life stuff, sometimes it can be difficult to dedicate the amount of time to reading that I feel the hobby truly deserves. This is where short fiction often comes in handyContinue reading “10 Books Under 200 Pages You Should Read This Year Written by Women in Horror”

Ladies of Horror Fiction Readathon: My TBR For February!

February is here!!! As I mentioned here in this post about 10 Ladies Writing Horror Fiction, it’s officially WOMEN IN HORROR MONTH! The folks behind the Ladies of Horror Fiction blog have put together an annual readathon for the occasion, the #LOHFReadathon, and it’s one of my favorite parts of the reading year! I loveContinue reading “Ladies of Horror Fiction Readathon: My TBR For February!”