5 Favorite Story Settings in Horror Fiction + Recommended Reading for Each

As a horror fan, I’ve come to love certain things more than others when reading. It’s only natural for us readers to lean more toward certain tropes or plot devices the more we read, finding familiarity in the wide variety of things that the genre has to offer like a sort of solace. That isn’t … 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

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

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 to … Continue reading

Night Worms Blog: Pike For All – 10 Christopher Pike Books for Different Types of Horror Fans

If you’ve been reading my blog for awhile, you might remember that a year ago this week, I shared a blog post about becoming a Night Worm. The Night Worms brand & company is run by two badass business babes, Sadie & Ashley. They’re huge fans of the horror genre, and big cheerleaders when it … Continue reading

4 Books That Made Me Cry Harder Than I’d Like to Admit

Are you an emotional media consumer? I seem to be weirdly fueled by things that hurt me, and I’ve noticed that even with my own writing, my aim as the writer seems to be to inflict emotional pain somehow. I’d think I was broken for it, if some of my favorite authors didn’t also do … Continue reading