Who is hungry for some dark dystopian horror? Tender is the Flesh is the book for you! My spoiler-free review tells all!
I read Hendrix Grady's The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires, which was published recently. Check out my spoiler-free review now!
Any crime fans out there? You should check out my review of the anthology: Blood Business edited by Joshua Viola and Mario Acevedo, which features half crime and half horror tales, and 100% talent!
Juts finished reading the mammoth horror anthology The Dark Descent. It was worth the long read, check out my spoiler-free review to see why!
I read The Reddening by Adam L.G. Nevill over my holiday break. Haven't checked it out yet? Read my spoiler-free review to see why you should!
Winter weather getting you down? It could be worse - Have you read Strange Weather by Joe Hill? Maybe you should -- check out my review to see why!
Need some bizarre body horror in your life? Haven't tried a "found footage" novel yet? Check out this review of Bad Glass by Richard E. Gropp now!
Tired of the same old possession tropes? Then you need The Possession of Natalie Glasgow by Hailey Piper.
Check out my review of the tense and powerful horror novella here:
Nothing is more satisfying than finding a fresh modern take on cosmic horror. ❤ Check out my review of A Lush and Seething Hell by John Hornor Jacobs.
Looking for a campy ghost story this month? Check out my review of The Remaking by Clay McLeod Chapman. This book is a definite buy for anyone looking for a Scream/Ring mashup.