Book Review – Watch Over Me by Nina LaCour

“It was difficult, when ghosts were everywhere, to figure out what was real and what was imagined” I read this book and waited two months to review it because I was so overwhelmed with how much I loved it; I already checked a few more of Nina LaCour’s books out from the library and amContinue reading “Book Review – Watch Over Me by Nina LaCour”

Book Review – White Smoke by Tiffany D. Jackson

WHITE SMOKE was such a mixed bag for me, which was a little disappointing because I honestly expected to completely love it. That isn’t to say I didn’t enjoy it, because I had fun reading it! But I expected to FULLY LOVE it, and then had some issues. It went to places I definitely wasn’tContinue reading “Book Review – White Smoke by Tiffany D. Jackson”

Book Review – Someone To Share My Nightmares by Sonora Taylor

I’m going to be embarassingly honest here, folks: romance in horror – or “horromance” as it’s called ~in bookish circles~ – has been one of my favorite things since I was a weirdo goth teen discovering smutty vampire books for the first time. There’s just something incredibly intoxicating about a well-done mixture of danger andContinue reading “Book Review – Someone To Share My Nightmares by Sonora Taylor”

The Big Book of Horror Authors: A Coloring & Activity Book – DETAILS!

If you’ve been following me on social media this year, you may have seen me talk about this project – but hang with me while I rehash it for everyone else! Late last year, I had the idea to create a horror author coloring book that I could make to feature some of my favoriteContinue reading “The Big Book of Horror Authors: A Coloring & Activity Book – DETAILS!”

5 Horror Books I Need to See as TV Adaptations

Back in February, my wonderful friend Sadie (known as Mother Horror to us horror fiction junkies online!) posted to her blog with a list of books she wanted to see made into TV shows. I loved her list, and her idea, so I asked if I could borrow it to make my own!  Check herContinue reading “5 Horror Books I Need to See as TV Adaptations”

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 handyContinue reading “10 Books Under 200 Pages You Should Read This Year Written by Women in Horror”

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 folksContinue reading “Thursday 10: Ladies Writing Horror Fiction You Need to Read ASAP”

Book Review – The Possession of Natalie Glasgow by Hailey Piper

Title: The Possession of Natalie Glasgow Author: Hailey Piper Edition: Paperback Page Count: 66 pages Rating:  5 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨ Short Summary:  Margaret Willow has never met an eleven-year-old as dangerous as Natalie Glasgow. Natalie spends her days comatose, but at night she prowls her mother’s home, unnaturally strong and insatiably carnivorous. With doctors baffled,Continue reading “Book Review – The Possession of Natalie Glasgow by Hailey Piper”

Readalong Announcement: We Live Inside Your Eyes by Kealan Patrick Burke

I have a super exciting announcement today! I’m going to be co-hosting a readalong of one of #bookstagram’s favorite horror authors newest short story collections – We Live Inside Your Eyes by Kealan Patrick Burke! It’s no secret that many of us familiar with bookstagram have been able to use the platform to add to our ownContinue reading “Readalong Announcement: We Live Inside Your Eyes by Kealan Patrick Burke”

Top 10 Book Releases I’m Looking Forward to in 2019

I’ve been stalking release announcements like it’s my job for 2019 because I have this terrible fear of missing out, and AM TIRED of being the last to know about things! 😂 2018 brought so many new author & book recommendations, especially since joining the bookish Instagram & Twitter communities back in August, and my bookshelvesContinue reading “Top 10 Book Releases I’m Looking Forward to in 2019”