Title: Love For Slaughter
Authors: Sara Tantlinger
Page Count: 104 pages
Rating: 5 / 5 ✨
“We are sinking into the chasm of cruel affection.” - Funhouse, pg 32
Poetry in horror is one of those things that I discovered only recently, and feel like I’d been missing for my entire life. I’ve read poetry for as long as I can remember, and have also read horror for just as long, but...
Tribesmen by Adam Cesare
Tribesmen was in my May Night Worms box, which featured books with the “final girls” theme. Tribesmen’s cover promises supernatural cannibal horror and boy does it deliver! I don’t want to give anything away that the back of the book doesn’t, so this will be brief.
I used to love staying up with my dad and watching those weird horror movies they only show late at night with lots of gore, guts and half-naked ladies gasping for breath. When I got...
I shall now without the aid of a net or any type of safety device, craft a list of thirty of my favorite short stories. Presented in a stunningly built list of no particular ranking or order.
I will not include many stories by authors/writers who are biggies: King, Lansdale, McCammon, etc. We all know their names and have no doubt read many of their stories.
I want to hip you to stuff you might not know about.
I will instead choose to focus on more out of mainstream offerings...
I rarely buy books at the Goodwill anymore (I have plenty of books to keep me busy) but if I was low on cash or had a small book budget, the Goodwill can actually be a great resource for finding good, cheap books. I was there yesterday with my daughter and her friend and this is what someone should buy if they had zero books and needed to build up their personal library:
Nick Horby is a great writer. HOW TO BE GOOD is funny and emotional. I loved this one. My favorite, of course, is HIGH FIDELITY, but this...