Book Review – The House that Fell from the Sky by Patrick Delaney

Title: The House that Fell from the Sky Author: Patrick Delaney Edition: Paperback ARC – Out on September 1st, 2020 Page Count: 528 pages Rating:  3 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ Short Summary:  Goodreads What a book! I took one look at this cover and immediately wanted to add it to my collection. I hadn’t read anything else … Continue reading

Book Review – Unboxed by Briana Morgan

Title: Unboxed Author: Briana Morgan Edition: Paperback Page Count: 68 pages Rating:  5 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ Goodreads I absolutely love Briana Morgan’s writing, and when I found out she was releasing a new horror story written in the form of a play, I knew I had to have it – even without knowing the summary yet. Once … Continue reading

5 Coming-of-Age Horror Recommendations for Fans of Stephen King’s IT

A couple years ago when searching for new books to read, I did a Google search for “coming of age horror”. I was a little disappointed to find that in most of the recommendation lists, the same few choices seemed to keep popping up – you probably know the ones! IT, Summer of Night, Boy’s … Continue reading

Book Review – Seeing Things by Sonora Taylor

Title: Seeing Things Author: Sonora Taylor Edition: Paperback Page Count: 184 pages Rating:  5 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ Goodreads In SEEING THINGS, Abby is your average 13-year-old girl dealing with normal, everyday teenage life: overprotective parents, school woes, and “the joys of becoming a woman”. Her average life takes a sudden turn one day when she … Continue reading

Book Review – Benny Rose, the Cannibal King by Hailey Piper

Title: Benny Rose, the Cannibal King Author: Hailey Piper Edition: Paperback Page Count: 152 pages Rating:  5 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ Goodreads Spooky stories about urban legends and small towns are some of my favorites, so it’s no surprise that having Hailey Piper blend those two familiar horror tropes together would lead to some amazing reading. … Continue reading

30 Novella Recommendations for Readers Short on Time

I can’t believe we’re already over halfway through the year! With a global pandemic on our doorsteps, it’s no surprise that I’ve been reading more than average this year, is it? I’ve grown especially fond of stories told in novella format, as it provides a quick escape from the real world along with the satisfaction … Continue reading