Two Spooky Halloween Reads

The Twisted Ones Are you looking for a haunted house study? Do you like stories set in Appalachia? This may be the spooky fall read for you. T. Kingfisher, aka Ursula Vernon, has won numerous awards for her adult fiction under her pseudonym. This is her first novel which has been branded as definitively horror,... Continue Reading →

Ghosts, editing, and bookmarks!

Hello again! It's your weekly blogpost! This week I want to chat about what I'm working on currently, including my Patreon project. I've had two goals for the past few months that I've been working on. One is to be on submission. This takes a lot more work than you probably think it does, and... Continue Reading →

A few recent reads

I've been reading a lot lately, because I've been super stressed, which means that I read every spare minute. Don't ask me why this is. I can't tell you. You would think that, being stressed, I would engage directly with my stressors and then take my time to enjoy books, but not. I've just been... Continue Reading →

Horror and hope 

I've been reading a lot of horror recently. My reading taste tends to get darker in the winter months, I think, when the wind is blowing and the cold is getting into everything. Some recent horror titles have included Invasive by Chuck Wendig and The Family Plot by Cherie Priest. I loved both of these, though they were... Continue Reading →

Feminine horror and Ex Machina

Is Ex Machina feminist, or a subversion of a feminist trope? This is a question that has haunted me since watching the movie a few months ago. Spoilers, as might be expected. Still reading? Good. I watched Ex Machina expecting something earth-shattering, since it had been recommended to me by someone who was a fan... Continue Reading →

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