bloganuary, book review, horror, Priscilla Bettis

You Don’t Know What You’ve Got Til It’s Gone

Today’s Bloganuary prompt is: What is a treasure that’s been lost? DOGMEAT, a novella by Priscilla Bettis, immediately sprung to mind. Set in a totalitarian society during the 1980’s, DOGMEAT is the story of Ward, a young man whose job it is to torture and kill dogs for a local restaurant (because the more they… Continue reading You Don’t Know What You’ve Got Til It’s Gone

book review, book tour

Book Tour Dead Winner by Kevin G Chapman

About the book Dead Winner is a treasure-hunt mystery/thriller with a love story. Or is it? It’s the story of a lonely, cautious lawyer, Rory, who has the chance to step out of his riskless life, become the hero he pretends to be in video adventure games, and win the heart of Monica, the only… Continue reading Book Tour Dead Winner by Kevin G Chapman

ARC review, book launch, book review, science fiction

New Release: Gateway to Mars by H.E Wilburson

In 1945, a lone astronaut survives a devastating calamity while journeying to the moon. 184 years later, in an alternate dimension that never suffered the Martian invasion of 1906, Martian colonists discover bizarre human remains, and remnants of a book with a dire warning: the Martians are coming. I’m a huge fan of the first… Continue reading New Release: Gateway to Mars by H.E Wilburson

book review, ghost, horror, women in horror

Inheriting Her Ghosts by SH Cooper

Forty something Eudora Fellowes defies Victorian convention in many ways. She’s single by choice, prefers the company of her wolfhounds, Cerberus and Black Shuck, to other humans, and she often wears trousers rather than dresses. When her great-aunt leaves her the seaside manor of High Hearth, Eudora looks forward to a quiet country idyll. Unfortunately,… Continue reading Inheriting Her Ghosts by SH Cooper

ARC review, horror

ARC review: The Nightmare Man by J.H. Markert

Ben Bookman’s latest horror novel has just been released when the murders start. Detective Mills is convinced that the brutal killings are connected to the novelist in the same way as all the weird crimes that plague his small town of Crooked Tree - the Bookman’s dark family secret, somehow linked to a room in… Continue reading ARC review: The Nightmare Man by J.H. Markert