Grady Hendrix, has such an imagination. He’s definitely not for everyone, but I for one love his weird mix of humor, horror, & uncomfortable things. He’s newest release How to Sell a Haunted House, was one of my most anticipated for winter 2023 and I was beyond excited when Berkley Publishing sent me an ARC….
When I read the synopsis of Malice House, I immediately knew it was going to fit right in with spooky season. The mixture of horror and mystery sounded exactly like my cup of tea, so I was stoked to get an ARC. After the death of her father, Malice House has been left to Haven…
This was such a fun and unique book! It’s a great blend of a murder mystery, family drama, and dark humor. Even before I started reading, the synopsis was giving me all the Grady Hendrix vibes. I mean I’m so here for the all of Hendrix’s unique and weird takes on things, so I was…
Plain Bad Heroines
I was on a bit of a roller coaster with this book and after finishing this book my feelings for it are conflicted. On one hand I really enjoyed the creepy boarding school vibe, the trippy ‘magic’, and the originality of the story. On the other hand there were some parts of the story that…
The Final Girls Support Group
“One is none, and two is one” Grady Hendrix has a knack for writing really weird books. I mean did you read The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Vampire Slaying?? If you didn’t see my review HERE. If you did, than you know that while his books are classified as horror stories, they’re generally way…
House of Hollow
House of Hollow is one of those books that once it sinks it’s teeth in you, you cannot stop reading. Which is exactly how I came to binge this book in an afternoon when I should have been doing far more productive things. This is also one of those books that makes me question the…
The Lost Village
I’m not huge into scary movies, so I’ve never seen The Blair Witch project. But when it comes to scary stories, I do love horror books with copious amounts of suspense! Alice is determined to make it in the film world. In an attempt to make her name in the documentary world, she’s gone in…
The Hollow Places
Thoughts Inspired by H. P. Lovecraft’s writing, T. KingFisher creates a very intriguing world, that not only scares you a bit but also messes with your mind. After Kara’s divorce, she moves into her uncles museum, The Wonder Museum. It’s not your average museum though. The Wonder Museum has a huge collection of weird things….
The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires
Book clubs, vampires, and the 90’s?
The Faceless Old Women Who Secretly Lives in Your House
One of two new horror books out today that I have recently loved.