Book Review: Bottled by Stephanie Ellis

Stephanie Ellis' Bottled tells the story of Tyler, a divorced alcoholic and father to a son he rarely sees. His childhood was one marred by abuse, neglect, and the unexplained disappearance of his father, most of which occurred within the walls of his grandfather's large home. The only solace he had came from tiny, living... Continue Reading →

Review: The Nightmare Room by Chris Sorenson

Chris Sorenson’s “The Nightmare Room” is a tale about hardship, heartache, and haunted pasts.  Audiobook narrator Peter Larson and his wife, Hannah, return to Peter’s childhood town after their family is struck with tragedy. Upon their arrival, they discover that Peter’s ailing father, affectionately nicknamed Big Bear, had owned a house that they weren’t aware... Continue Reading →

Review: Ritual by Steve Stred

Ritual, written by Steve Stred, is a bite-sized piece of horror that’s perfect for snacking on during this spooky season. I was supposed to save it to read on a flight, but ended up finishing it before I even boarded my plane. Oops. Brad is the kind of man who keeps to his routine religiously.... Continue Reading →

Review: Kage by Tara A. Devlin

I’ve been a fan and follower of author Tara Devlin for a while now, so I was very excited to grab a copy of her novel, Kage, as one of my October reads. Kage tells the story of Megu, a down-on-her-luck woman struggling to get through her dreary day to day existence. Her life is... Continue Reading →

Review: Dear Laura by Gemma Amor

I will preface this by saying that I am very familiar with both Gemma Amor, pictured, and her work. In addition to both being NoSleep Podcast alums, we co-wrote the horror comedy podcast, Calling Darkness, together. I knew going in that I wanted to like her novella, Dear Laura, but I also knew that it... Continue Reading →

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