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ARC review: Motherthing by Ainslie Hogarth

Abby spirals after her ‘normal’, reliable husband becomes depressed following his mother’s suicide. First of all I want to mention how much I love the book cover. It’s so retro and delicious, and I love how it references key aspects of the book. I wouldn’t call this a horror book, in the traditional sense, even… Continue reading ARC review: Motherthing by Ainslie Hogarth

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Oblivion Black by Christa Wojciechowski

After over dosing on heroine, Ona leaves New York City to live with her aunt in the appropriately named quiet town of New Hope. Early into her recovery she lands a job as an assistant to a talented sculptor with a troubled past. As Ona grows closer to her boss, has she substituted one addiction… Continue reading Oblivion Black by Christa Wojciechowski

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Sex and Sexuality in Medieval England by Kathryn Warner

A fascinating look into marriage, children and the intimate lives of English people during the 13th to 15th centuries. I love the medieval period, so when I saw a review of this book, I had to request a copy from Netgalley. Because of reading other history books about this era, I wasn’t surprised by much… Continue reading Sex and Sexuality in Medieval England by Kathryn Warner

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Snowed in Mermaid by Nikki Haverstock

Brooke is preparing to leave Purgatory Falls to spend Christmas with her parents. While she hopes to return to the paranormal safe haven she’s lived in for the past few months, she suspects that once she’s under the influence of her controlling mother she will fall back into the grooves of her old life. However,… Continue reading Snowed in Mermaid by Nikki Haverstock

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ARC review: Stargazers by L.P Hernandez

The first of a series of horror novellas published by Cemetery Gates Media and curated by Mother Horror (Sadie Hartmann), Stargazers starts the series with a bang. When people start acting strangely, military veteran Henry, his health care worker wife Judith, and their four year old daughter Penny, fight to survive in a frightening new… Continue reading ARC review: Stargazers by L.P Hernandez