{Book Review} FOE by Iain Reid

Publisher: Gallery/Scout Press Published: September 4th 2018 Pages: 261 Foe is another mind-bender from the master of misdirection. I really didn't know what to think going into this one. It's totally different from I'm Thinking of Ending Things. Don't get me wrong, it's still good, but very different. I've never read anything quite like Foe. I … Continue reading {Book Review} FOE by Iain Reid

{Book Review} Keyport Cthulhu by Armand Rosamilia, Katelynn Rosamilia, and Chuck Buda

Published: November 6th 2013 Pages: 138 With Keyport Cthulhu, Armand Rosamilia bakes up a delicious disquiet pie. Each story is but a slice of the town Rosamilia created. The dank and gritty town of Keyport, New Jersey seems like the perfect vacation spot for me and mine. But I love tentacles and creatures that go … Continue reading {Book Review} Keyport Cthulhu by Armand Rosamilia, Katelynn Rosamilia, and Chuck Buda

{Book Review} The Sound of Broken Ribs by Edward Lorn

Reviewed by Valerie Dorsey This is the second book from Mr. Lorn that I’ve read and I was again shocked, surprised and disturbed by his story! And I liked it! Loved the contrasts the author makes between the two women/main characters. Lei-she just completes her sixth novel, she’s out running with the scents of wild … Continue reading {Book Review} The Sound of Broken Ribs by Edward Lorn

{Book Review} Kind Nepenthe by Matthew V. Brockmeyer

Publisher: Black Rose Writing Published: August 1st 2017 Pages: 243 Reviewed by Valerie Dorsey This was an interesting one, different in that it had numerous things going on at once as most books due but it didn’t come together for me till about the halfway point. Nepenthe-a potion used by the ancients to induce forgetfulness … Continue reading {Book Review} Kind Nepenthe by Matthew V. Brockmeyer

{Music Monday} Thank God It’s Friday by Ice Nine Kills

https://youtu.be/5VBbS1e3LYI   Thank God It's Friday by Ice Nine Kills He drowned in all our sins He drowned in our mistakes Fueled by the flood, we pay in blood The curse of Crystal LakeKi-Ki-Ki, Ma-Ma-Ma Ki-Ki-Ki, Ma-Ma-Ma Ki-Ki-Ki, Ma-Ma-MaWe've all been laid to rest Our epitaph reads "Mommy knows best" A word of warning from beyond … Continue reading {Music Monday} Thank God It’s Friday by Ice Nine Kills

{Book Review} Second Lives by P.D. Cacek

Publisher: Flame Tree Press Published: April 11th 2019 Pages: 256 P.D. Cacek's Second Lives is every bit heartbreakingly beautiful as it is compelling. Four families will be shaken to their core. Rocked by the of deaths of their loved ones, the four families must find a way to move forward. But there's a catch. Something … Continue reading {Book Review} Second Lives by P.D. Cacek

{Music Monday} I’m Awake Now by Goo Goo Dolls

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxfZd_TkCy8 I'm Awake Now by Goo Goo Dolls I've been where the river ran I'm drownin' in a sunless sea Sleep has helped me find my end You promised me you'd set me free Don't fall asleep to dream A banshee's at my window pane There's an angel at my feet Don't fall asleep … Continue reading {Music Monday} I’m Awake Now by Goo Goo Dolls

{Author Spotlight} J.H. Moncrieff

  J.H. Moncrieff is in the author spotlight today. J.H. Moncrieff writes in the horror, suspense, and mystery genres. Moncrieff has written seven books. I've had the pleasure of reading Moncrieff's work a time or two–I'm talking ghosts and creature features. Moncrieff's books are unputdownable. If you haven't experienced Moncrieff's prose, then you should remedy … Continue reading {Author Spotlight} J.H. Moncrieff

{Book Review} BLOOD IN THE WOODS by J.P. Willie

Publisher: HellBound Books Publishing LLC Published: December 22nd 2017 Pages: 379 Two childhood best friends, Jody and Jack, are busy raising hell in Hammond, Louisiana. They have developed a reputation for their infamous mischief making. They don't have a care in the world. Jody and Jack go about their business–exploring the woods and blowing up … Continue reading {Book Review} BLOOD IN THE WOODS by J.P. Willie

{Book Review} THE HAUNTING OF HENDERSON CLOSE by Catherine Cavendish

Publisher: Flame Tree Press Published: January 10th 2019 Pages: 288 Catherine Cavendish delivers an exemplary haunting tale that settles on your skin like a thick fog, sending shivers down your spine. THE HAUNTING OF HENDERSON CLOSE stands shoulder to shoulder with the Gothic classics. A killer lurks in the shadows of the crowded cobblestone streets of … Continue reading {Book Review} THE HAUNTING OF HENDERSON CLOSE by Catherine Cavendish