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

Thursday 10: Ladies Writing Horror Fiction You Need to Read ASAP

I’ve been in the process of writing this for so long that it got way too big for me to fit into a single Thursday 10 post! I had to split it into two, so you’ll have the first installment with 10 amazing women writing horror fiction today, and then another 10 gloriously talented folks … Continue reading

6 Collections of Horror Poetry That I Love

I’ve been reading poetry for as long as I can remember. When I was little, I’d read classic poets, and still have a huge fondness for them. I have two poetry-based tattoos – one with a line by Robert Frost, and the other a line from a Bukoswki poem. I dabbled in writing a bit … Continue reading

Book Review – Dead of Winter by Kealan Patrick Burke

Title: Dead of Winter Author: Kealan Patrick Burke Edition: Paperback Page Count: 96 pages Rating: 4 / 5 ✨✨✨✨ Short Summary:  Winter it’s coming… it’s already here, and with it comes a horror no door can keep out. It’s there in the yard, in the faces of the snowmen a young boy doesn’t remember building. … Continue reading

Book Review – Urntold Tales of Horror and Dread by JB Lovet

Book cover of Urntold Tales of Horror and Dread by JB Lovet with rainbow bookshelves

Title: Urntold Tales of Horror and Dread: A Scary Short Story Collection Author: JB Lovet Edition: Paperback Page Count: 114 pages Rating:  4 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ Short Summary:  This short story collection aims to bring you a chill with the compact tales included. Aimed at the horror fan who in this frightfully busy world may … Continue reading

Thursday 10: Horror Authors to Read if You Love Stephen King

Alright, so before I go into the list, I want to start this off by saying that the recommendations in this blog post are not identical copies of Stephen King, his writing, or his books. The point of this list is to open a few more horror doors to those of you whose only experience in … Continue reading