If you like your stories spooky, dark, and full of the power of love and self-belief, then you can’t let yourself miss The Bone Garden!
A rare non-fiction review for you today! Monster, She Wrote takes a fun but informative look at the legacy of female science fiction and horror writers across history.
I’ve never read anything by Frances Hardinge before, though I have friends who love her, so when Deeplight showed up at my door unannounced, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I’m glad I went into this without much information, though, because it’s a seriously strange and weirdly beautiful book that I can’t liken to anything else I’ve read…
Just because it’s past Halloween doesn’t mean that spooky season is over, right? Today I’m talking about a collection of 18 witchy short stories that contains some real gems!
Happy Halloween! I’ve got a review of an appropriately spooky book for you today – a collection of Weird short stories by female writers that, in my opinion, is a must for anyone who likes a good supernatural scare…
And my second blog tour of the day is for the new book from Elizabeth Davies, who wrote the phenomenal Caitlyn books (reviews here for Three Bloody Pieces, A Stain on the Soul, and Another Kind of Magic) – The Colour of Death is a really interesting vampire story with hints of horror and romance!
I got a glimpse of this book from Hot Key last year, and I’ve been eagerly awaiting my chance to read the full thing ever since!