How to Trick Your Friends and Family Into Experiencing the Joys of Horror in 3 Easy Steps.
“Trick” may seem to be a strong word. I could go with “snooker” or “hoodwink”, but trick seems to be the most straightforward term. Horror has a reputation for being the bad boy of literary genres. Given the amount of horror covers with blood oozing down the front, it’s not hard to see why! People who think of themselves as intellectual readers write off horror as pulpy trash. Those who enjoy light, uplifting stories imagine never being able to...
Zakk’s Recommendations For a Rainy Day
While you can’t judge a book by its cover you can totally define (go ahead, judge) a reader by their Top “X” lists, whatever “X” may be. Top 10, seasonal or situational, best-of or best-ever. No matter the subtitle these lists form a profile of you, the constant reader. What does your “X” list say about you? If you met your maker today How will your reading list define you?
Me? Well, I guess I’m about as...
Title: The Switch House
Authors: Tim Meyer
Page Count: 185 pages
Rating: 4.5 / 5 ✨
This was my first book by Tim Meyer, and I’d been seeing it around on bookstagram almost as long as I’d been a part of the community. The cover and premise were both intriguing to me, so when I finally got my hands on a copy, I pushed it way up on my TBR list! I love a good creepy...
Happy Independence Day Worms! Here is a special early edition of Freedom Feels! We’ll be taking a break from posting over the holiday. BUT HAVE NO FEAR, we’ll be back to posting the wonderful horror you have come to know on Monday! Take this extra time to read something cool!Kallie is such an amazing and creative person. You can find her here: Kallie @pageandparlor
Today's Talk About it Tuesdays is a quick wrap-up of my experience at CrimeCon!!!
CrimeCon oh CrimeCon, how you have my heart!!!
What is CrimeCon you ask?
Well, it’s a true crime convention. In a 3 day weekend, you get to experience everything related to true crime. From the most current cases, to discovering interesting scientific methods. All the events are purely educational and phenomenal. There are endless chances to meet speakers, podcasters, and other true crime fanatics.
CrimeCon took place in New Orleans, Louisiana...