Review: Nothing But Blackened Teeth by Cassandra Khaw

I wonder if someone professional took a look over the years I came out of academia and examined my mental state via my reading taste, what they might say. I solely read horror and non fiction for the year after my degree and slowly went back to SFF so it always feels like a step…

Review: The Raven by Jonathan Janz

*****Trigger warning for the following: Body horror, apocalypses, rape, pedophaelia, gore, blood, torture, death of a child and a parent******* I always talk about my love for SFF and comics on this blog but horror sometimes falls by the wayside here. I’ve been reading horror since I was 13 (10 if you include Under the…

Review:The Malan Witch by Catherine Cavendish

*******Disclaimer: I was sent a digital advanced copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.****** Well summer is over, who can say they’re honestly sorry to see it go? Alright, maybe a few of you are. But spooky season is upon us! Finally, after this dreadful year, it’s nice to…

Blog Tour: Switchboard by Andrew Post

Hello fellow readers! My apologies for my silence! Today is my stop on the Random Things Tour’s blog tour for Switchboard by Andrew Post! It’s only as haunted as you are. After two raids turn up zero evidence, narcotics detective Dwayne Spare infiltrates a crumbling apartment building where a suspected manufacturer of krokodil is hiding—but…

Blog Tour: Harrow Lake by Kat Ellis

Hello fellow readers and welcome to another wonderful blog tour! Today this is my stop on the Write Reads blog tour for Harrow Lake by Kat Ellis! Welcome to Harrow Lake. Someone’s expecting you . . . Lola Nox is the daughter of a celebrated horror filmmaker – she thinks nothing can scare her. But…

Sunday Shorts: 3 Mini Reviews (08.12.19)

Good evening all and welcome back to Sunday Shorts! I’ve decided to try and run this section of the blog bi weekly and see how I get on. This week I have another novella, short story and a graphic novel for you all. And before you ask, yes. Neil Gaiman is in this one too….

Blog Tour: Hearthstone Cottage by Frazer Lee

Good evening all and welcome to my stop on the fabulous Random Things Tours blog tour for Hearthstone Cottage by Frazer Lee. Mike Carter and his girlfriend Helen,along with their friends Alex and Kay, travel to a remote loch side cottage for a post-graduation holiday. . But their celebrations are short-lived when they hit and…

Sequels I Need to Read this Year

I think the thing that we readers can all mostly agree that we forget to do or leave slip a lot are sequels to books we have read. Sequels can be either the most daunting or the most exciting thing to read. I have been both people, where I ran to the book shop the…