This is where it ends by Marieke Nijkamp

One of the things that frustrates me about the horror genre is that we sometimes fail to include everyday horror under the umbrella. When I talk to people about what they read and what they like [...]


The Call by Peadar Ó Guilín

I suspect that if you hang around YA fiction long enough you start seeing trends becoming apparent. Certain creatures become all the range for a while, then they go dormant and let something else [...]


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 [...]


The Family Plot by Cherie Priest

The closer we get to Halloween, the more I feel like I need to ratchet up the number of reviews I’m putting forth that deal specifically with horror: there’s a higher demand for it as we approach [...]


Waiting on Wednesday: The Last Harvest by Kim Liggett

We're going back to the fields and farms where folk horror was born for this week's Waiting on Wednesday post. From the Author of Blood and Salt, Kim Liggett brings us a standalone novel about a [...]


Waiting on Wednesday: Orchard Pointe by Brian LeTendre and Jolene Haley

I'm cutting super close to this book's release: Orchard Pointe is the next book coming from the Horror Twins: Brian LeTendre and Jolene Haley, and it'll be available on August 16, 2016. You [...]


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 [...]


Waiting on Wednesday: And the Trees Crept in by Dawn Kurtagich

The Creeper Man or And the trees crept in... whichever cover and title combination you're looking at: it's the same story from Dawn Kurtagich. I'm just happy I'm preordering the version with the [...]


The May Queen Murders by Sarah Jude

To begin with, I'd like to open with the old expectations versus reality discussion, in which I admit frankly that the flavour of the book had leanings towards folk horror and I was thoroughly [...]


L.M. Pruitt, author of Silk, shares “The Smell of Honeysuckles”

I'm happy to invite author L.M. Pruitt to the blog today to share a story today on her blog tour travels for her upcoming horror novel, Silk. Details about the book can be found at the bottom of [...]