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Tav's Review of FULL THROTTLE by Joe Hill

Tav's Review of FULL THROTTLE by Joe Hill

 

Full Throttle by Joe Hill

This is a thick collection of thirteen short stories from Joe Hill. A few of the stories are new and just for this collection where he references some of his favorite writers.  My average rating for these stories is 3.3 stars, which is a kind of disappointing considering how much I love Joe Hill. I just think his talent is better suited to longer stories and maybe his dad should stick to short stories. 

The collection begins and ends with a story co-authored...


Sadie Hartmann, Mother Horror Chats with Sarah Read

Sadie Hartmann, Mother Horror Chats with Sarah Read

Sadie Hartmann, Mother Horror, interviews author, Sarah Read about her new short story collection, Out of Water and more!

Friday Feels- October 11th, 2019

Friday Feels- October 11th, 2019

Happy Friday Night Worms! This weekend I’m on vacation at this adorable cabin in the middle of the woods. Before you ask, yes, I am keeping an eye out for hauntings in the woods and also for murderers while I’m at this secluded location. I did bring 16 books with me, because who doesn’t bring too many books on vacation? One of them is Dead Leaves, a seasonal collection of short stories by Kealan Patrick Burke. I actually just finished the last story on the drive here and let me tell...


Andrew's Review of IN THE TALL GRASS by Joe Hill & Stephen King

Andrew's Review of IN THE TALL GRASS by Joe Hill & Stephen King


Cal and Becky DeMuth, a brother and sister driving across the United States to arrange the adoption of Becky’s unborn child. Passing through Kansas they encounter a dilapidated church and hear a child calling from the long grass nearby. The child sounds in trouble and the DeMuth’s natural disposition as do-gooders leads them to believe they can help the child out of the grass. However, shortly after the child cries out for help he is scolded by his mother for attempting to lead strangers into the grass. Events only become...


Friday Feels- August 23, 2019

Friday Feels- August 23, 2019

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...