The Horror of Our Love/ The 5 Love Languages as Horror Stories:
With the holiday season upon us many of us are feeling overwhelmed and stuck and while we are all stuck staying inside there’s no reason to stay stuck in a reading slump! I asked my fellow Nightworms their suggestions for breaking out of a reading slump and came up with this list of Slumpbusters:
Ring Shout was my most recent slump breaker.
"Moving on so many levels"
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AWAKE: Tales of Terror by Lou Rera
This collection is a mere 201 pages, but Rera managed to pack 14 stories into this slim volume. The stories have a wide range of topics, but there are some interconnected stories, which is something I really like finding in a collection.
I didn’t dislike any of the stories (which is...
Published by Off Limits Press
Interview conducted by Tave @readswithdogs
Does writing such an emotional story take an emotional toll on you?
It definitely can – I’ve sometimes written things in order to rewrite history if that makes sense. If something didn’t turn out well in my life, I’ve made it do so in a story. Looking at the idea of losing a child was, and still is,...
IMAGINARY FRIEND: Review by The Horror Hypothesis
When I heard that Stephen Chbosky was moving into the horror genre nearly 20 years after gracing the world with the flawless coming of age novel, THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER, I was thrilled. I absolutely love when writers branch out and explore different genres and I had a strong feeling that Chbosky’s foray into horror would be successful due to the literary chops he flashed throughout TPOBAW. However, I am sad to say that at the end of this novel I was left feeling heavy disappointment. The first...