Wake the Hollow by Gaby Triana

Oh no, I thought. Another book about the legend of Sleepy Hollow. Horror of horrors. Why did I request this title on NetGalley, what was I thinking, etc. (Have I mentioned my pessimistic side [...]


Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Córdova

As an opening note: I'm infatuated with all things death-related. Death culture, mortuary traditions, practices of commemoration -- it's my jam. Back in university I wrote a paper on Los Dias de [...]


The Graces by Laure Eve

By the blessings of NetGalley, I landed several approvals in a row for a bunch of great young adult books. Among them was The Graces by Laure Eve. After losing my mind for a solid five minutes, I [...]


The Vampire of Highgate by Asa Bailey

There are few things I'm super obsessed with in the folklore category. Having such a short list of things that preoccupy me makes me very ardent about those few things, and The Highgate Vampire [...]


Disappearance at Devil’s Rock by Paul Tremblay

I'd like to open this review with the acknowledgement that if you try to hold an author's previous work against the current, you're probably doing yourself a disservice in that you're already [...]


The Girl from the Well by Rin Chupeco

I'm a fan of j-horror. I'm happy to admit that right off the bat: there are very few forms of popular horror that really get under my skin, especially in film, and the few that do tend to linger. [...]


Cover Reveal: Silk by L.M. Pruitt

On April 19, we enter the woods. The town of Silk is plagued by monsters, and in 1995, when twenty kids went in, only three came back out. I’m pleased to present the cover for L.M. Pruitt’s [...]


Seed by Ania Ahlborn

This book review is as much a story within a story as it is a review. I picked up Seed by Ania Ahlborn not because of the book, though the summary was appealing, but because of the author's AMA [...]


The Paper Magician by Charlie N. Holmberg

I think it's true that we often to gravitate towards similar subject matter to what we're writing. Why, you might ask, am I reviewing a book I've classified as magical reality when I've committed [...]


The Crow Box by Nikki Rae

This is another first, ladies and gentlemen! My first hosted tour post for Bewitching Book Tours, and the first independently published piece of young adult paranormal fiction I’ve ever read. [...]