Horror Recommendations, Pt. I (& a read-along!)

If there’s one post that has been requested of me more than anything else during my entire time hosting this blog, it has to be… A horror recommendation list! Check out pt. II of the list here! But, first… Before we jump into the recommendations, I wanted to take a moment to announce a creepy […]

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Vices and Virtues: A Horror Anthology – Ashley Franz Holzmann

  TITLE: Vices and Virtues: A Horror Anthology EDITOR: Ashley Franz Holzmann RELEASED: September 30th, 2017; As For Class GENRE: Horror AGE RANGE: Adult SYNOPSIS: Discover some of the best up-and-coming horror writers today. These stories explore the best and worst aspects of human nature, each story based on vices or virtues from the cultures of human […]

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The Creepypasta Collection, Vol 2 (Anthology Review)

I grew up obsessed with the internet, and with that obsession came an absolute adoration for online short stories – particularly creepypasta. I used to spend hours and hours on r/nosleep and creepypasta forums, and I genuinely enjoyed the first Creepypasta Collection volume, so when I saw the second volume, I purchased a copy immediately and started reading it […]

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Spooky Halloween Tag

Spooky Halloween Tag created by Simply Kenna. I was tagged in this amazing tag by one of my favorite bloggers and bookish friends, Heather over at The Sassy Book Geek! She is such a sweetheart, her blog is AMAZING, and her answers to this tag were hilarious and perfect, so please go check her out and follow […]

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Slasher Girls and Monster Boys (Anthology Review)

Spoiler-free review! Since this is an anthology, I’ll be splitting the review up by story first, and then give my overall thoughts at the end! ☠️ THE BIRDS OF AZALEA STREET – Nova Ren Suma★★★☆☆ A group of teen girls observe mysterious incidents going on at their creepy neighbor’s house, and decide to investigate. The prose […]

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Thirteen Chairs – Dave Shelton

When Jack enters the old, dark house, he isn’t sure what he’ll find in these mysterious rooms, this long hallway with a sliver of candlelight beneath just one cold door. Jack is more curious than sensible, though, and allows himself into the meeting of twelve, each surrounding a table, each facing a candle. Each will tell a story, and in time, Jack must tell a tale of his own, too.

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