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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...


Side by Side Review from Kallie & Matt of UNDER THE BLADE by Matt Serafini

Side by Side Review from Kallie & Matt of UNDER THE BLADE by Matt Serafini

Kallie's Review:

It has been 25 years since Cyrus Hoyt claimed the lives of all of Melanie Hoyt’s friends at Camp Forest Grove. It has been 25 years since she claimed the final girl title and supposedly claimed Cyrus Hoyt’s life. When a friend suggests that she head back to that camp to write a book about her experiences, she puts on a brave face and does just that. Melanie returns to the small town to uncover the mystery of Cyrus Hoyt. But how much will the...


Keely's Review of RITES OF EXTINCTION by Matt Serafini

Keely's Review of RITES OF EXTINCTION by Matt Serafini

Rites of Extinction by Matt Serafini

 

Rebecca Daniels is a forty-something woman on a mission to exact revenge against the man that murdered her teenage daughter. What seems to start as a typical thrilling manhunt soon takes a bizarre and sinister turn. In place of a lengthy synopsis, this is really all you need.

Serafini writes Rebecca’s character, a seasoned private investigator with a chip on her shoulder, brilliantly. In the first short chapter, we catch a glimpse of a woman we assume is just suffering from Empty Nest Syndrome....


Scares That Care Charity Weekend Convention: How Robert Ford Got Me From Ohio to Virginia with a Single Piece of Paper

Scares That Care Charity Weekend Convention: How Robert Ford Got Me From Ohio to Virginia with a Single Piece of Paper

Scares That Care is a charity that was started in 2007 by Joe Ripple. Joe is a retired Baltimore County, Maryland, Police Detective. He started Scares that Care as a tribute to the daughter of a fellow officer after she succumbed to a terminal illness. 

 

The goal of the charity originally was to help those fighting breast cancer or childhood illness. The mission was expanded by Kane Hodder (Yea, Jason Voorhees) when he asked Scares that Care to take over his burn survivor program.

 

Scares That Care prides itself on...