Tag Archive: book

My Summer Reading 2021

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For most summer means fun, beaches, picnics and volleyball….probably I guess. Because I am a huge nerd for me I focus on having fun with my reading every season when the weather becomes… Continue reading

Final Girls vs Final Girl Support Group

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In the past few years, one of my favorite horror archetypes has seemingly taken on a new prominence in pop culture, the final girl. The one girl of the group who recognizes the… Continue reading

Best Modern Horror Authors

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In the world of books, horror is a genre unlike any other. While it is treated like the dirty little secret of the industry these books tend to put up big sales numbers.… Continue reading

Book Review: The Drowning Kind by Jennifer McMahon

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I was fortunate this year that a trip to the beach to celebrate my being fully vaccinated coincided shortly after the release of The Drowning Kind, the latest book from one of my… Continue reading

Audible Review: ‘The Sandman’

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Possibly the biggest thing in the audiobook world recently was that Amazon’s arm Audible was making the ambitious move to adapt the DC Comics/Vertigo masterpiece the Sandman into audio form. No doubt this… 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

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

Book Review: Bad Man by Dathan Auerbach

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Five years ago, Ben experienced the horror of losing his three-year-old brother in the local grocery store. One second the child was there and an instant later he is gone, leaving Ben with… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Forbidden Hollywood’ by Mark Vieira

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Have you ever been watching an old movie and the characters onscreen do or say something that makes you jump back and go “I didn’t think they were allowed to do that back… Continue reading