Harrow Lake – Kat Ellis [WriteReads Ultimate Blog Tour]

Goodreads Summary 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 when her father is brutally attacked in their New York apartment, she’s swiftly packed off to live with a grandmother she’s never met in Harrow Lake, the eerieContinue reading “Harrow Lake – Kat Ellis [WriteReads Ultimate Blog Tour]”

Ghostland – Duncan Ralston [Books]

After a near-death experience, Ben is forced to readjust his life. Homeschooled, unable to do anything that could risk another heart attack, he has lost touch with his former best friend, Lillian. In turn, Lillian actively avoids anything that could risk her own life, scared so deeply from what happened to Ben. When the parkContinue reading “Ghostland – Duncan Ralston [Books]”

March 2020 Reading Wrap Up – Part One [Books]

January Wrap Up / February Wrap Up I read 16 books in March. It was a very strange month – GP advised me to remain isolated for 2 weeks, which meant I missed the last two weeks of my workplace being open. There was then a gap where they didn’t know if we’d be able toContinue reading “March 2020 Reading Wrap Up – Part One [Books]”

Into the Drowning Deep – Mira Grant [Books]

I’m still relatively new to audiobooks. During February, I tried to only start books written by women. I picked up Into the Drowning Deep as I was looking specifically for horror titles, and this seemed a good choice on Audible. I was not wrong. Into the Drowning Deep tells the story of a group of scientists,Continue reading “Into the Drowning Deep – Mira Grant [Books]”

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Volume Two – Alan Moore [Books]

It took me a long time to get around to reading The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, and now I’m two volumes in I feel deeply invested in this mash of classic genre characters. For those who aren’t aware, the first volume introduces us to the core group of characters, pulled from works like Dracula, The InvisibleContinue reading “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Volume Two – Alan Moore [Books]”

January 2020 Wrap Up [Books]

This wasn’t something I did month by month last year, mainly because I was only reading a few books a month. But I managed to start the year by reading nine books in one month, so I thought a wrap up would be a good idea! And I know this is fairly late, but hopefullyContinue reading “January 2020 Wrap Up [Books]”

Follow Him: Craig Stewart – Blackthorn Blog Tour

Firstly, thank you very much to Blackthorn for inviting me onto this book tour, and providing a free ebook of Follow Him. Today is my stop on the tour, and you should definitely check out the other bloggers to see what they’ve said about this novel, too. Blurb True love doesn’t die – it devours. JustContinue reading “Follow Him: Craig Stewart – Blackthorn Blog Tour”

Women in Horror Month

February marks Women in Horror month, when the Horror Community raise up the voices of women in horror, celebrating everything they stand for, whether it’s the characters we remember kicking ass, the creators working behind the scenes, the women writers who create dark, twisted stories that drag you deeply in. This is the first yearContinue reading “Women in Horror Month”

Blogmas #8: End of Year Book Tag

Again, big thanks to Jenn, for pointing me in the direction of her Blogmas list. One of the suggestions there was for an End of Year Book Tag, and you can read her post here. If you read my previous tag post, you’ll know I don’t often do book tag things, but I did enjoyContinue reading “Blogmas #8: End of Year Book Tag”

Season of Wonder – Edited by Paula Guran

Season of Wonder is a winter holiday themed anthology, bringing together fantasy and science fiction stories centred around the darkest months. Christmas isn’t the only holiday contained in these stories, but it is the most prominent. Still, as a whole, I think this is a great festive read. The stories vary enough to give a littleContinue reading “Season of Wonder – Edited by Paula Guran”