Dani Hoots’ Review of The Woman in Black by Susan Hill

The Woman in Black by Susan Hill Amazon/Barnes & Noble Published by: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group Review by: Dani Hoots The Woman in Black by Susan Hill follows Arthur Kipps as he is assigned to attend the funeral of Mrs. Alice Drablow up in the marshes of the Nine Lives Causeway. While he attends this…

Review of Curse of the Chupacabra by Michael Hebler

Amazon/Barnes and Nobles/Books-A-Million/Goodreads Curse of the Chupacabra by Michael Hebler Publish by Michael Hebler Review by Christina R. Olivo As October, and Halloween draw near it is around this time that we as humans look towards the very things that frighten us for entertainment. For some reason we have a strange obsession over what scares…

#28DaysofLestat- Belated Coven Birthday Wishes for Anne Rice!

Dare to click the book cover below, to pre-order your copy, because this is a book you will not want to miss, if you view yourself as a serious fan of the Vampire Lestat… Day 5 (of 28 Total Days) Post: Belated Birthday Wishes, from the Lestat Book Coven These comments, as published below, from Coven…

#28DaysofLestat Day 3:Interview with a Vampire Queen

Dare to click the book cover below, to pre-order your copy, because this is a book you will not want to miss, if you view yourself as a serious fan of the Vampire Lestat… Day 3 (of 28 Total Days) Post: Doing a live, in-person interview with Anne Rice was an extreme honor, and I thought…

28 Days of Lestat-Day 2-A Coven Member’s Poem, About Louis

Dare to click the book cover below, to pre-order your copy, because this is a book you will not want to miss, if you view yourself as a serious fan of the Vampire Lestat… Day 2 (of 28 Total Days) Post: A member of Lestat’s Book Coven sent this poem in, and wanted this work of theirs…

Review of “Horrorstor” Haunted Swedish Kitsch Furniture Book, by: Grady Hendrix

Amazon/Barnes & Nobles/ Books-A-Million/Quirk Books/Goodreads When I left this book sitting around my coffee table, my sister remarked with incredulity, “What has happened to the Ikea catalog?” as she paged through it with questions percolating in her head how Ikea could have created such a mockery of their own kitsch-infested, funky, invigorating furniture catalog of…

A Review of Broken Monsters by Lauren Beukes

Amazon/Barnes & Nobles/Books-A-Million/Goodreads *Broken Monsters* is not your run of the mill, average, ordinary read. It becomes a mind warping, engrossing read that’s full of suspense and unimaginable horrors in all different shapes and styles. The title itself leaves the reader to question if whether everyone in some way or another is broken, and if perhaps…