Special Feature: WE HEAR VOICES by Evie Green

Today is Friday the 13th and I thought I would have a special feature for an upcoming new release (Out Dec 1) that promised spine tingling thrills! I cannot wait for this one and if you are looking for something a little spooky on this Friday the 13th (or any time really!) then you want to get this one on your radar today!

It’s such a bummer it isn’t out TODAY for the superstitious day, but I am so excited to share all about it with you guys! Early reviewers have been raving about this one and categorizing it as horror, thriller, dystopian, and sci-fi all in one!

I don’t know about you guys but that sounds super interesting to me! I love the creepy kid troupe and I cannot wait to check this one out! Keep reading and reserve your copy using the link below! And be watching for my review!

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Review: The Residence by Andrew Pyper

Election Day was yesterday and I thought what better way to celebrate our right to vote by reading this horror novel about the White House and it’s ghosts.

Regardless of who you voted for or if you are happy or sad about the outcome, this book is going to give you all the thrills and chills that politics are kind of known for and the best part is you don’t have to turn on the TV to get the thrills and chills…..open this book instead. It’s just as scary as modern politics.

I was really drawn into this one because of the premise. I loved the setting and thought the White House brought a completely different vibe to the novel. If you love ghosts stories with a little different flavor, then this is the novel for you!

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Review: Carrie by Stephen King

Every year in October my sister and I pick a book (or two) and do a buddy read. The last few years we have read a classic (Frankenstein which we both couldn’t finish) and then last year we read Stephen King’s novel, The Shining.

This year we talked about reading something else but King and ultimately settled on Carrie because it was one of his shorter works and it was his very first novel to be picked up by a publisher.

My book club also selected this one as our October read for many of the same reasons so it was nice to have a couple of opportunities to discuss this one.

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Re-Share Review: The Sun Down Motel by Simone St. James

I can whole heartedly say that Simone St James is one of my favorite authors and she is an auto buy for me whenever she has something new coming out. I absolutely love all her spooky vibes and her books are always top notch.

I have liked some better than others but this one was one of my absolute favs and now that it’s out in paperback I wanted to re-share my original review with you guys. The Sun Down Motel really took the cake for me. I loved the murder mystery as well as the supernatural elements and it’s a story that has stayed with me for quite some time.

I cannot wait to see what St James has up for us next but for right now, if you haven’t read this book, now if the perfect time with the paperback out now! If you haven’t read it yet, you really need to!

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Review: Lovecraft Country by Matt Ruff

When HBO picked up this book to turn into a series, I was thrilled! I didn’t know anything about the book or the author but I know that HBO always turns out well done series so when I saw the previews for this one, I couldn’t wait.

I also have been getting more and more into the horror genre and when I was approached to do a feature and interview with the author before the HBO series released, I was intrigued and immediately said yes.

After doing the interview and reading more about Lovecraft Country, I decided to wait and watch the HBO series in favor of reading the book first so that I could then watch the series and enjoy it without it ruining anything.

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