Night Worms Interview with Author John Boden:
JB: ready when you are.
NW: Let me just tell you that sometimes this app is hard to tell when someone is busy typing so when you're officially done answering a question, can you type (end) at the bottom?
JB: sure thing END
NW: hahaha ohhhh man, you're gonna be a live wire aren't ya?
that's a question!
JB: Maybe. Probably. It's a gamble.
D.W. Gillespie has surprised the hell out of me with his latest novel, One by One. It’s a wonderfully written horror that takes a simple idea and manages to make it both terrifying and surprising.
The story starts out simple enough. Down on their luck, the Easton family sells their home in order to begin again in a fixer-upper against the wishes of essentially everyone BUT dad. They move in, and despite dad’s best efforts, the house just feels off to everyone else. Even our protagonist, 10 year old Alice, who’s...
Night Worms (NW): Okay, perfect! First, a friend on Twitter wants to know how you feel about being a bookmark. I'm assuming that means the one from A STRANGER DREAM. I own one and I have to say, I thought she captured the essence of you so well! The unassuming pose, the hair and of course you're holding my favorite book of yours...
Chad Lutzke (CL): I was very honored to be asked. Karlee's a great artist. It's a bit surreal. I didn't feel very worthy...
Happy Friday, worms! This week I wanted to ramble for a second about Dear Laura by Gemma Amor. Our fearless leader and everyone’s horror mother figure, Sadie aka @mother.horror told me I needed this book and then basically forced me to read it immediately so we could talk about it. She hasn’t let me down with a book recommendation yet and this was no exception. I received the book, started and finished reading it in just about two and a half hours, the entire time messaging Sadie in all caps about different parts of the...
Just speaking from almost 4 years of experience on #bookstagram (dedicated bookish accounts and posts on the social app, Instagram) readers are starting to collect books for their Fall/Winter TBR. This is often the season where people dabble in the horror genre so I'm going to start rounding up each month's horror releases in an attempt to help people make some good, horror choices.
First up are two of my recommendations:
THE FEARING- John F. D. Taff
Book One: Fire & Rain is already out and you can read that now! Buy it!
Book Two: Water & Wind is ready for...