book review, horror

The Unholy by Paul DeBlassie III

Taking a break from Women in Horror Month today to join Blackthorn Book Tours blog review tour of The Unholy by Paul DeBlassie III. About the Book The Unholy is a dramatic story of Claire Sanchez, a young medicine woman, intent on discovering the closely-guarded secrets of her past. Forced into a life-and-death battle against… Continue reading The Unholy by Paul DeBlassie III

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Mythology & Me: Julia Benally

Hi! I'm Julia, born to the Bear Clan of the White Mountain Apache Tribe. I love to write horror strictly at high noon. I dabble in fantasy, thrillers, and sometimes I'll write a romance if I've hit my head. I've had somewhere around two dozen publications and am greedy for more. I enjoy freaky stories… Continue reading Mythology & Me: Julia Benally

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Zombie Zone Zero 2 by Robert Knight

A young woman searches for love in a world denuded of the living by the dead, in this engaging sequel. The year is 2022, ten years after the events of Zombie Zone Zero, when Artie Johnson, his young daughter, Melissa, and the rest of the survivors fled to Princess Royal Island to escape the dead.… Continue reading Zombie Zone Zero 2 by Robert Knight

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Ghost Stories by Antara Roy O

A collection of seven spooky ghost stories that will make you think twice about going out after dark. The Terrace starts off the book with a tale of two friends looking for somewhere private for a chat and a drink. In Game of Death, a young boy stumbles upon an apparition in the woods. The… Continue reading Ghost Stories by Antara Roy O

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The Shuddering by Ania Ahlborn

First you see the shuddering of the trees. Is it an elk rubbing it’s antlers against the trunk, you wonder. No, it’s death, and it’s coming for you. Five friends journey to the snow packed mountains of Colorado for one last long weekend of snowboarding and fun before they go their separate ways. There’s twins,… Continue reading The Shuddering by Ania Ahlborn