book review, fantasy, women in horror

Nameless by Mercedes M. Yardley

If you could see things that no one else could - shadowy, horrible, demonic things - would you believe your eyes or doubt your sanity? That’s the dilemma for Luna Masterton, who has seen demons all her life, yet no one believes her. What makes it worse is that her father took his own life,… Continue reading Nameless by Mercedes M. Yardley

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The Clockwork Dagger by Beth Cato

A healer heroine, a detailed magic/spiritual world and endearing animals - it’s like Beth Cato wrote this book just for me! Octavia Leander is a medician - a mixture between a doctor, nurse and a faith healer. Deeply spiritual, Octavia combines her knowledge of herbal law with her ability to hear infection and wrongness in… Continue reading The Clockwork Dagger by Beth Cato

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Spirit of Sasquatch by Ernest Solar

Spirit of Sasquatch is a must read for fans of cryptids, especially followers of the big man. Brock Blackwell’s mother disappeared when he was a baby, spirited away by a bigfoot, or so his father says. Brock tries to please his angry, abusive dad but never seems to succeed. Things change when, during a routine… Continue reading Spirit of Sasquatch by Ernest Solar

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Widow by Rob Bliss

A literary retelling of the three little pigs, Widow is not your childhood fairytale. Joan, and her little boy, Joseph, move to the city after the death of her pig farmer husband. However, after a monstrous force destroys her house of bricks, the mother and son find themselves in the woods looking for a new… Continue reading Widow by Rob Bliss

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December Book Reviews

For the month of December I took part in Megan Tennant’s Indiecember Reading Challenge. It was great fun reading so many self published books, and finding new authors. I didn't get to read as many books this month as I wanted to, but it means I have more to look forward to in January. Click… Continue reading December Book Reviews