The first book in a new series, THE SHADOWING: HUNTED was a great way to kick start this new creepy collection! Adam Slater mixes horror and macabre with creepy settings and wonderfully scary situations; I didn’t want to put the book down! The Shadowing: Hunted states that “Once every century, the barrier between the human world and the demon realm begins to break down. Creatures […]


DON’T SING AT THE TABLE By Adriana Trigiani [Review]

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This was my first time reading anything by Adriana Trigiani and truthfully it was the title that drew me to the story. DON’T SING AT THE TABLE is something that I’ve actually heard my entire life from family members (apparently if I did, I would end up with crazy husband) and I was intrigued to see what Trigiani did with this age old saying. I […]


AFTER OBSESSION By Carrie Jones and Steven E. Wedel [Review]

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AFTER OBSESSION tells the extremely creepy story of a small town in Maine being hassled by an angry river spirit. As is the way with small towns hassled by demonic forces, only a handful of teenagers notice it’s watery wrath. Aimee, who’s mentally ill mother drowned in the river years ago beings to notice her friend Courtney is acting strangely after the death of her […]


ALIEN VAULT: The Definitive Story of the Making of the Film By Ian Nathan [Review]

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I am a MASSIVE fan of the Sci-Fi/Horror/Suspense genre, so when I was given the chance to review the ALIEN VAULT: The Definitive Story of the Making of the Film book, I jumped for it. This book is a MUST HAVE for anyone that is even slightly interested in this genre of film, and for the ultimate Alien fan, it would be unacceptable for this […]


FALLING FOR ME By Anna David [Review]

Falling For Me

FALLING FOR ME by Anna David concerns a subject matter that any woman over the age of 25 can relate to. Since I fall into this category, I was pretty excited to pick up a copy and read this novel. There isn’t a person (man or woman) out there who hasn’t struggled with the “I’m not where I wanted to be at this point in […]


Q: A (TIMELESS) Love Story By Evan Mandery [Review]

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In Evan Mandery’s novel Q: A (TIMELESS) Love Story, the main character (whose name we never know) finds the girl of his dreams. Quentina Elizabeth Deveril, daughter of a well off construction firm owner, is the counterpart to our hero. She’s cute, sweet, and they have everything in common that young lovers could. Likes, dislikes, the list is endless. Q is supportive of his writing, […]



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It’s taken me a while (a lot longer than I would have liked, actually) to write this review of READY PLAYER ONE by Ernest Cline. It wasn’t because I didn’t want to, quite the opposite actually. It’s because I don’t know how to put into words how absolutely freaking AWESOME Ready Player One really is. Let me start of with this little tidbit: I am […]


BEDBUGS by Ben H. Winters [Review]


When is reality real, when are you insane? It’s the central question of many a psychological thriller, paranormal thriller and occasional romance. It’s also one of those questions I love in a book. Is the character nuts? Is what they are experiencing a figment of their imagination or is it tangible? This is a major part of Ben H. Winters’ latest novel BEDBUGS. Susan and […]


LIFE ETERNAL By Aaron J. Booth [Review]

Life Eternal

 Before this review gets started, I have a confession. I am not a fan of vampire novels. Well, let me rephrase that—I am not a fan of the current crop of doe-eyed, angsty poetry reading vampires who stalk teenagers and end up in relationships that, in all honesty, are right on the edge of epic pedophilia (really, think about their relative ages people!) Now, that […]



Deliverance from Evil: A Novel of the Salem Witch Trials

I want to begin this review of DELIVERANCE FROM EVIL: A NOVEL OF THE SALEM WITCH TRIALS by stating one small fact about myself: I’ve been interested and researching the Salem Witch Files since I was young. The topic has always been something that has interested me, and is one that I hold near and dear to my heart. The day that I visited the […]