Category Archive: Geek Lit.

15 More Graphic Novels to Read This Halloween Season

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It’s Autumn which means House of Geekery presents a spooky-filled reading list for the Halloween season. We’ve been doing this for many years now but luckily, the number of talented and entertaining people… Continue reading

Casting Call: ‘The Favorite Sister’

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The Favorite Sister by Jessica Knoll is a New York Times bestselling mystery about sisters, reality television, and murder. Big Littles Lies producer Bruna Papandrea’s Made Up Stories obtained the rights to turn… Continue reading

My Summer Reading of 2020

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As summer draws to a close I, being the nerd I am, chose to spend it with my nose in a book as per usual. Haunting my local libraries, comic shops, and independent… Continue reading

Casting Call: ‘The Strange Case of the Alchemist’s Daughter’

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“The Strange Case of the Alchemist’s Daughter” by Theodora Goss is a fun story for lovers of fantasy in the vein of Libba Bray and all things gothic horror. This is the story… Continue reading

5 Nonfiction Books to Read if You Love Horror Films

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There are few things I love more than watching horror films but one of those is reading. It comes as no surprise then to know that I love reading about horror films- including… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Invited’ by Jennifer McMahon

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Over the past few years Jennifer McMahon has solidly cemented herself as one of the best authors in horror. She has a knack for beautifully crafting supernatural tales which will keep any reader… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Troop by Nick Cutter’

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Most of us at some point have been exposed to the thought-provoking classic Lord of the Flies by William Golding. Acclaimed horror author, Nick Cutter, must have read it and thought it needed… Continue reading

20 Female Authors to Read This Halloween Season

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It’s that time of year again where I tell you what spooky authors to read to go along with our 31 days of Halloween. This year, I’m bringing you a list of all… Continue reading

Book Review: The Siren and the Specter

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On the banks of the Rappahannock River stands the infamous Alexander House. For centuries it has built a reputation as one of the most haunted houses in America. As the tale goes, a… Continue reading

5 Female-Driven Thrillers to Read

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The Moth Diaries by Rachel Klein (2005) I’m a sucker for creepy tales set in boarding schools and this one did not disappoint. A young woman starts to think that there may be… Continue reading