Author Spotlight: David Sodergren

With the recent events being what they are right now, so many of us are struggling. People are out of work, companies and stores are closing up shop to promote social distancing & quarantining, and the future is looking uncertain for a lot of us. I believe that this is such an important time for … Continue reading

Book Review – Stirring the Sheets by Chad Lutzke

Title: Stirring the Sheets Author: Chad Lutzke Edition: Paperback Page Count: 130 pages Rating:  5 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ Short Summary: An elderly funeral home worker, struggling with the loss of his wife, finds an unnatural attraction to a corpse at work resembling his late bride in her younger years. A story of desperation, loneliness and … Continue reading

Comic Corner #1: Harrow County (Vol. 1 and 2), Fables (Vol. 1)

I’ve wanted to include comic reviews, but often don’t have as much to say on a single issue or volume as I would a book. Because of this, I didn’t feel they’d necessitate a whole review of their own space-wise, and thus the idea for my Comic Corner was born! Soon, I’ll be reorganizing/alphabetizing my … Continue reading

Book Review – Rules for Vanishing by Kate Alice Marshall

Title: Rules for Vanishing Author: Kate Alice Marshall Edition: Hardcover Page Count: 416 pages Rating:  5 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ Short Summary:  Once a year, the path appears in the forest and Lucy Gallows beckons. Who is brave enough to find her–and who won’t make it out of the woods? It’s been exactly one year since … Continue reading

Monthly Wrap-Up: January 2020

Is halfway into February too late for a January wrap-up? No? Good! 😀 I read a whopping 20 books this past month, which I think is a year-starting record for me maybe! Of those, a few were graphic novels, so don’t be too impressed – but still! I’m also happy to say that a lot of what … Continue reading

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 handy … Continue reading