book review, fantasy, short story

My Little Kelpie by Sarina Dorie

Encountering a kelpie on the way to school one day changes the course of 13 year old Bridget’s life. Bridget is walking home from school with her pre-school aged sister, Amy, when a blue horse with a seaweed mane starts talking to her. Turns out Bridget is the only child over the age of four… Continue reading My Little Kelpie by Sarina Dorie

fantasy, horror

Happy Book Birthday!!

When Rose Taggert wakes up and undergoes a horrific transformation into a plant/human hybrid, she thought things couldn't get any worse. But then, as those around her react to her transformation, it appears some are not all they seem, leading to a desperate fight for survival. What happens next can be found in Rose by… Continue reading Happy Book Birthday!!

fantasy, fiction, horror, writing

Half Way Through 2020

I can’t believe we are at the half way point of the year already. Soon will be the Summer Solstice, and after that the days will be growing shorter once more and winter will be on its way. I couldn’t have predicted the things that have happened in the last six months, but it isn’t… Continue reading Half Way Through 2020

book review, fantasy

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

Time travel, strange abilities and flesh hungry monsters. This book has it all. Jacob Portman is haunted by the last words of his dying grandfather, and the monster he saw in his backyard, so on the advice of his psychiatrist, Jacob and his father journey to a small island in Wales where his grandfather grew… Continue reading Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

book review, fantasy, horror

The Van Helsing Paradox by Evelyn Chartres

Ahoy hoy, chaps and gals. Time for a trip to the roaring twenties for some fun hunting monsters. It’s going to be ducky! Clara learns at a young age that there are monsters that prey on the living. After encountering a vampire, she gets sent to The Tower, a secret organization run by the Catholic… Continue reading The Van Helsing Paradox by Evelyn Chartres