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7th Hell, Book Birthday, horror, women in horror, zombie

Let a zombie in your life

7 Weeks in Hell turns 2 tomorrow! In light of its book birthday, I made this poster to encourage you to let a little zombie into your life: If you love… New twists on the zombie genre Books set in Ireland Characters working to overcome trauma and mental illness Sweet dogs Bad guys with a… Continue reading Let a zombie in your life

book review, buddy read, horror

Stolen Tongues by Felix Blackwell

To celebrate their daughter’s engagement, Faye’s parents fly her and her fiancé out to Colorado from California, and promptly send them up the mountains to the family cabin for some alone time. Despite the cabin belonging to the family for decades, Faye has only been to it once before and doesn’t remember it. After finding… Continue reading Stolen Tongues by Felix Blackwell

buddy read, horror, Jonny Pongratz

Buddy Read & Rant #13: Stolen Tongues by Felix Blackwell

Hello Blogging World! Iseult I’m Iseult, and it’s really cold out here. Can I please come inside? Jonny And I'm Jonny, lover of all things winter and spooky. Just try and scare me, I dare you! This buddy read and rant is for Stolen Tongues by Felix Blackwell. Blurb: A romantic cabin getaway doesn’t go exactly… Continue reading Buddy Read & Rant #13: Stolen Tongues by Felix Blackwell

ARC review, book launch, book review, science fiction

New Release: Gateway to Mars by H.E Wilburson

In 1945, a lone astronaut survives a devastating calamity while journeying to the moon. 184 years later, in an alternate dimension that never suffered the Martian invasion of 1906, Martian colonists discover bizarre human remains, and remnants of a book with a dire warning: the Martians are coming. I’m a huge fan of the first… Continue reading New Release: Gateway to Mars by H.E Wilburson

All of Me, Award Winner, horror

All of Me wins award

Great news, everyone! My body horror fairytale, All of Me, is a Speak Up Talk Radio Firebird Book Award winner! All of Me should be a modern classic. A horror fable for our time, it mixes equal parts black humour, body horror and compassion that hits like a sucker punch to the heart. Dan Soule,… Continue reading All of Me wins award