book review, horror, short story, women in horror

Collision by J. S. Breukelaar

A collection of 12 short stories that definitely bring the weird, even if the horror is of the more mundane variety. The first story is Union Falls, in which an armless piano player revitalizes a flagging bar and it’s equally tired owner. Raining Street deals with losing your way in life amid hardship, often literally,… Continue reading Collision by J. S. Breukelaar

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The Cat in the Wall by Heather Nanni

A collection of dark and twisted tales of women in strange situations. The Cat in the Wall starts off this collection of six very short stories; a flash piece about a woman whose mother starts hallucinating. Next comes Hive, broaching the subject of infidelity. After that comes The White Rabbit, and one woman’s symbol of… Continue reading The Cat in the Wall by Heather Nanni

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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

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Advent Ghosts 2019

Rhonda Parrish introduced me to Loren Eaton's Advent Ghosts event, and I thought I would take part this year. In the spirit of the Victorian tradition of telling spooky Christmas stories, Loren challenges participants to write a Christmas themed scary drabble (a story of 100 words). Be sure to check out Loren's site, where he… Continue reading Advent Ghosts 2019