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You've Got Mail! by Andrew Fowlow, 'The Book Dad'

You've Got Mail! by Andrew Fowlow, 'The Book Dad'

Newsletters can be an extremely valuable asset for authors. It's a means of reaching their readers and keeping them up-to-date on current works in progress, news, and upcoming releases. 


Don't hesitate… punch in that email address and reap the benefits.


To be honest, the reason I love newsletters is that I get to know my favorite authors on a more intimate level. I feel as though I've developed rapport without ever meeting them. A newsletter generally tells me a little about what is going on in their life, fills me in on news and...


Side by Side Review: THE FOREVER HOUSE by Tim Waggoner

Side by Side Review: THE FOREVER HOUSE by Tim Waggoner

Here at Night Worms, we love to buddy read & review. Chandra, Janelle, Matt, and John offer their reading experience of THE FOREVER HOUSE by Tim Waggoner.

Thank you Flame Tree Press for early copies.

Chandra's review:

This was the horror book that I needed right now.  I remember reading the synopsis a WHILE back and then promptly forgot about it - I just knew I wanted to read it so I dove into...


LIBRO.FM Playlist by The Book Dad

LIBRO.FM Playlist by The Book Dad

I am a huge fan of audiobooks and I think when your life is as hectic as mine, it's nice to fit that extra story in any way you can. I love the atmosphere an audiobook creates in my mind. It's a very different experience than reading print. I can completely immerse myself in the story with the right narrator and it's extremely convenient. Who doesn't like the idea of letting their imagination take flight while finishing the laundry or preparing dinner. 


The books on this list will slither into your psyche and create an...


BOOK REVIEW: Andrew's Review of SALVAGED by Madeleine Roux

BOOK REVIEW: Andrew's Review of SALVAGED by Madeleine Roux

Goodreads Synopsis: A WOMAN ON THE RUN. A CAPTAIN ADRIFT IN SPACE. ONE OF THEM IS INFECTED WITH AN ALIEN PARASITE.

Rosalyn Devar is on the run from her famous family, the bioengineering job she's come to hate, and her messed-up life. She's run all the way to outer space, where she's taken a position as a "space janitor," cleaning up ill-fated research expeditions. But no matter how far she goes, Rosalyn can't escape herself. After too many mistakes on the job, she's given one last chance: take care of salvaging the Brigantine,...


Side By Side Review: Donnie, Andrew, Tav on IMAGINARY FRIEND by Stephen Chbosky

Side By Side Review: Donnie, Andrew, Tav on IMAGINARY FRIEND by Stephen Chbosky

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...