book tour, horror, Middle Grade

Book Tour: Nightmares in Aston by Michael J Moore

This is my first book tour with Blackberry Book Tours, Blackthorn Book Tours little sibling. The book today is Nightmares in Aston, a middle grade horror novel from the author of Highway Twenty. About the book Wicker Village is a trailer park with a dark secret that eleven-year-old Juanito Hernandez wishes he hadn’t discovered. He’s… Continue reading Book Tour: Nightmares in Aston by Michael J Moore

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Book Review: Twisted: Tainted Tales by Janine Pipe

Janine Pipe week continues, and today I’m reviewing her debut horror short story collection, Twisted: Tainted Tales. The Book An abandoned house. A locked desk drawer full of old papers. And an 80’s mix tape? Jill is tasked with seeking out any legal documents from the property. What she discovers, transports her into a world… Continue reading Book Review: Twisted: Tainted Tales by Janine Pipe

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Buddy Read: Swamp Monster Massacre by Hunter Shea

After an unfortunate run in with some drug dealers, Rooster Murphy finds himself stealing a boat full of tourists in the Florida swamps. To make matters worse, he mows down a Bigfoot, and it’s family are out for blood. It’s turning out to be one heck of a bad day for Rooster. When I suggested… Continue reading Buddy Read: Swamp Monster Massacre by Hunter Shea

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The Switch House by Tim Meyer

Angela and Terry are in a bad place after the loss of their child. In an effort to save their marriage, they enter a house swap television show. However, when they return home, their lives spiral into a worse state than before. Filled with twists and turns, the reader is at a loss to know… Continue reading The Switch House by Tim Meyer

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The Headless Floridaman by Joel Spriggs

When Chevy turns up one night at a trailer park in Florida and offers Buck, Skeeter, Darryl, Chrissy and Limey some drugs, what do they do? Why kill him, of course, because this band of friends is loyal to Mickey, the Meth man, their usual drug dealer. Who would have imagined that such a thoughtful… Continue reading The Headless Floridaman by Joel Spriggs