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Friday Feels- May 8th, 2020

Friday Feels- May 8th, 2020

Happy Friday Night Worms! You know it’s classic horror month here at Night Worms, so I wanted to do something a little different today! If you’re anything like me, you’re probably the only reader in your family. Since my family is all in isolation right now, they keep asking me what horror books they should read while they’re bored in the house. So I decided to make this little list of books you or your family might like if they like any of these (what I consider to...


BOOK REVIEW: Side by Side Reviews of WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE by Aaron Dries and Mark Allan Gunnells

BOOK REVIEW: Side by Side Reviews of WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE by Aaron Dries and Mark Allan Gunnells

Title: WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE

Author: Aaron Dries & Mark Allan Gunnells

Publisher: Crystal Lake Publishing

WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE follows Emily as she just tries to hold it together. She is a single mother living in post-infection Chicago. She just wants to go to work, do her job, and make a good life for her daughter. She works as a hospice worker in a government-run facility where the recently infected can come and live out their...


Countdown to Halloween: Three 5 Star Reviews from John

Countdown to Halloween: Three 5 Star Reviews from John

Just recently, I’ve noticed a lot of talk about a novella called Dear Laura, by Gemma Amor. Being unfamiliar with the author's work, I was unsure of what to expect. What I found, was that Dear Laura was every bit as good as I’ve been led to believe. What I also discovered, is that Dear Laura is one of those books that, while it’s definitely horror, it’s not what you’d expect horror to be.

 

Dear Laura is the story of Laura, a woman who has been stalked and terrorized by a madman...


Friday Feels- September 6th, 2019

Friday Feels- September 6th, 2019

Happy Friday Night Worms! If you follow me on Instagram you have seen me raving about A Place for Sinners by Aaron Dries, and this blog post is going to be no different. I had a whole
Autumn color-themed post ready to go, but then I finished this book. And I need to SHOUT ABOUT IT FROM THE ROOFTOPS. So I’m saving that fall-themed post for next week, and here we are. You guys, this book. You need it. It’s so refreshing to read such a unique horror. I was...