Review: Pandora’s Box by Scott Howe

A good layered ghost story with so much potential to be an epic tale for paranormal readers Synopsis Emily has accepted a new position in Rochester, New York, having recently terminated a two-year romance with the man she expected to marry. While settling into her modest one-bedroom apartment, she has an eerie encounter with a... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Coffinwood by Aaron Beardsell

Synopsis Deep beneath the mountains, the hive grows. The hive hungers. The hive hunts. Hazel Birnam and her team are investigating occult anomalies in the dark forests of Western Australia. People are missing, the dead bodies are piling up, and ancient monsters watch her from the woods. As the town slips further into madness, Hazel... Continue Reading →

Help a Booktoker Out!

My friend, Raven Elliot O'Connor (@ravenoconnor), just received notice that her rent is going up, and she is understandably concerned. So, I figure we can help by buying her LGBTQIA2S+ mystery book! Let's help a fellow author out! Reckless Truthby Raven Elliot O'Connor When they were children, their brother was stolen and their mother killed.... Continue Reading →

Please Vote!

I entered my historical fiction story, Enough, to the Something or Other Publishing (SOOP) Short Story Contest. I need 25 votes to get it considered for the next round. Could you help me out? Vote here. Want to read the story? A swathe of light cut through the darkness accompanied by the raucous uproar of... Continue Reading →

Captive and the Cursed

I love a good fantasy story, and this one is fantastic reimagining of "Beauty and the Beast". The world ED Martin has created in this book has depth and layers, as any good fantasy novel should have. Her characters are rich and realistic, flawed but strong, and I was delighted by the little tidbits of... Continue Reading →

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