Book Review – Helena by Claire L. Smith

“I only talk with the dead, and they’re the best at keeping secrets.” I love period stories, especially with horror leanings, so it’s no surprise that this one about Helena Morrigan, a mortician struggling to pay her bills in the 1800s, peaked my interest. In addition to her financial woes, Helena also struggles with ghostsContinue reading “Book Review – Helena by Claire L. Smith”

Book Review – The Strange Tale of Miss Victoria Frank by Kelly Evans

I absolutely love historical fiction, especially when it involves characters from real history whose lives I find very interesting. Nikola Tesla is one of those people for me, with his inventions and visions of what could be setting him apart from a lot of people from his time. From movies to even other fiction, IContinue reading “Book Review – The Strange Tale of Miss Victoria Frank by Kelly Evans”

Book Review – The Hereafter Bytes by Vincent Scott

“Normality is subjective.” Anyone who has been following my blog for awhile knows that while I lean heavily into the horror genre, there are sprinklings here and there of others that I love as well, with science fiction being a huge one that I grew up enjoying. Give me a well-told story set in theContinue reading “Book Review – The Hereafter Bytes by Vincent Scott”

Book Review – Burials by Jessica Drake-Thomas

“And something is important / about the idea of / a nice girl” pg. 23, A Kind of Dying This dark little poetry collection is going on my list of favorites, and I knew that within a few pages of starting it. I’d never read anything else by Jessica Drake-Thomas before, but I’ve been a bigContinue reading “Book Review – Burials by Jessica Drake-Thomas”

Book Review – Sky in the Deep by Adrienne Young

Title: Sky in the Deep Author: Adrienne Young Edition: Hardcover Page Count: 340 pages Goodreads Marketed as being part Wonder Woman, part ‘Vikings’, Sky in the Deep is about seventeen-year-old Eelyn, a fierce warrior and member of the Aska tribe. She has a deep sense of honor and pride, and most of her actions and thoughts areContinue reading “Book Review – Sky in the Deep by Adrienne Young”