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Loose Stones- by Daniel Barnett

Loose Stones- by Daniel Barnett

She liked her men like she liked her coffee: weak, milky, lukewarm. Which summed up me well. I've got all the character of a whiny door hinge. I blame my mother for breastfeeding me too long. But we aren't talking about my mother, unless you're one of those shrinks that think everything is an Oedipus thing. We're talking about Sally Soledad, my lover and leashholder, who was right at this moment doing her best to melt me onto her scuffed mahogany floorboards.

“How many times have I told you to refill the ice when you’re finished?”...


Alex Pearson's Offbeat Horror Review: The Haunted Vagina by Carlton Mellick III

Alex Pearson's Offbeat Horror Review: The Haunted Vagina by Carlton Mellick III

A whole new world // A dazzling place I never knew // But when I'm way up here // It's crystal clear // That now I'm in a whole new world with you”

It can be so magical and wonderful to discover a new world!  Learning to adapt to new surprises for all of your senses is never easy, but it can still be exhilarating and life-changing.  Right? If I truly believed that BEFORE I read this book, I do not think it possible for me to ever have that same perspective again.  Because in...


Horror Hypothesis Book Review- THE TROOP by Nick Cutter

Horror Hypothesis Book Review- THE TROOP by Nick Cutter

THE TROOP Review, by The Horror Hypothesis.  

 

“The universe can be a stone-cold asshole sometimes.” - Nick Cutter

 

Do you remember how old you were when you realized that adults, in general, don’t really know much about…anything?  I was 7. My first grade teacher told me that negative numbers were not real. It was in this moment that it dawned on me that Mrs. Simpson, like so many adults, are full of shit.  

 

George Carlin said something to the effect of, “think about how...


Mike Thorn - 100 Favorite Books

Mike Thorn - 100 Favorite Books

  1. Moby-Dick; or, The Whale, by Herman Melville (1851)
  2. Songs of Innocence and of Experience Shewing the Two Contrary States of the Human Soul, by William Blake (1794)
  3. Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus, by Mary Shelley (1818)
  4. To the Lighthouse, by Virginia Woolf (1927)
  5. Paradise Lost, by John Milton (1667)

November Night Worms Wrap-Up

November Night Worms Wrap-Up

November Night Worms reads were:

THE MOOR by Sam Haysom

3.5 Stars- Sadie Hartmann

4 Stars- Mindi Snyder

1 Star- Cody Tidwell

2 Stars- Emily Reed

4 Stars- Alex Pearson

4 Stars- Audra Figgins

 

 

 

THE READING BUDDY by Bryce Gibson

2 Stars- Mindi Snyder

2 Stars- Audra Figgins

2 Stars- Emily Reed

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