blogaversary, cover reveal, horror

Cover Reveal: All of Me

I’m so excited to present to you the cover of my horror novella, All of Me. This amazing cover was illustrated by Greg Chapman, a book cover artist from Australia. Greg was a joy to work with, and this original illustration perfectly captures the mood of the novella. All of Me will be available in… Continue reading Cover Reveal: All of Me

book review, fantasy, horror

The Year of the Storm By John Mantooth

A story about those who seek to find a way to leave the world behind, and succeed. It’s been months since fourteen year old Danny’s mother and autistic young sister, Anna, disappeared, but he’s convinced that he can find them. When he tracks down the mysterious man who hangs around his house at night, Danny… Continue reading The Year of the Storm By John Mantooth

book review, horror

Nekyia by Joseph Sale

Nekyia, The collected four horsemen and the fifth horseman is rich in symbolism, covers life and death, and is essential reading for those who love Sale’s work. The first part of the book is a series of short stories introducing a different character. In City of Illusion, Yin rules the Circle in death, spreading fear… Continue reading Nekyia by Joseph Sale

book review, buddy read, horror, young adult

Buddy Read With Jonny @Jaunts and Haunts

For our buddy read this month, Jonny and I read YA horror novel, Shutter, and it’s prequel short story, Trigger. Click on the book names to read Jonny’s reviews of Trigger and Shutter here. Click on the names of the books to read my reviews of Trigger and Shutter. This is the first book that… Continue reading Buddy Read With Jonny @Jaunts and Haunts

book review, horror, young adult

Shutter By Courtney Alameda

Shutter is my buddy read for May with Jonny @Jaunts and Haunts, and I’m so disappointed that I didn’t love it as much as he did. Read Jonny’s review of Shutter here. 17 year old Micheline Helsing is near the end of her training as part of an elite group of soldiers that hunt ghosts… Continue reading Shutter By Courtney Alameda