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Cassie's Review of LITTLE PARANOIAS by Sonora Taylor

Cassie's Review of LITTLE PARANOIAS by Sonora Taylor

Title: Little Paranoias: Stories
Author: Sonora Taylor
Edition: Paperback
Page Count: 141 pages
Rating:  5 / 5 ✨✨✨✨✨

 

“These little paranoias / Are what drive my day-to-day.”

 

This was my first book by Sonora Taylor, although I was familiar with her and know her already through social media. Sometimes knowing authors before reading their work can be...


Author Interview: Hunter Shea- SLASH

Author Interview: Hunter Shea- SLASH

Typically, I try to have a live-chat with an author so that our conversation can organically go where it wants to and I can feed off their responses in order to formulate the next question but in the case of Hunter Shea and myself, our schedules were just not lining up. I did suggest we pray to the Horror Gods to see if the stars and planets would align just so but Hunter thwarted my efforts by showing me a far simpler solution: Emailing my questions. So that's what I did and Hunter emailed back his answers.

  1. Can you...


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...


Guest Post: Mike Thorn- 100 Favorite Heavy Metal Albums

Guest Post: Mike Thorn- 100 Favorite Heavy Metal Albums

Introduction

“Exhume to Consume” was my working title for the second story in my new duology, Dreams of Lake Drukka & Exhumation; unfortunately, the title already belongs to a song from Carcass’s Symphonies of Sickness (which is included on this list). Like many of the pieces in my collection Darkest Hours, this new story owes something to the atmosphere and imagery of death metal and black metal. I’ve listed and (very, very roughly) ranked my 100 favorite metal albums below. 


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Side by Side Review from Kallie & Matt of UNDER THE BLADE by Matt Serafini

Side by Side Review from Kallie & Matt of UNDER THE BLADE by Matt Serafini

Kallie's Review:

It has been 25 years since Cyrus Hoyt claimed the lives of all of Melanie Hoyt’s friends at Camp Forest Grove. It has been 25 years since she claimed the final girl title and supposedly claimed Cyrus Hoyt’s life. When a friend suggests that she head back to that camp to write a book about her experiences, she puts on a brave face and does just that. Melanie returns to the small town to uncover the mystery of Cyrus Hoyt. But how much will the...