Reading Round-up: June 2020

An Easy Death by Charlaine Harris The Gunnie Rose books were an unexpected find. My mother and I have been trading books during the pandemic, since all the libraries are closed and I'm trying to buy a lot less from Amazon. Strangely enough, these books feature a pandemic too -- an alternate timeline caused by... Continue Reading →

A reading from A SINISTER QUARTET

Hey folks! We had a limited-invite pop-up reading of A SINISTER QUARTET via Zoom last week, and I wanted to drop in to leave you the recording in case you didn't make it out. If you just want to catch the Q&A with the authors, fast forward to about the last thirty minutes to hear... Continue Reading →

Reading Round-up, quarantine edition

Helloooo, fellow humans. April is over and things are bumping along here in good ol' Virginia. We're still under lockdown and cases are peaking across the state. Which is...fun. But hey! I've read a lot of books. So here's my reading roundup for the past few (semi-eternal) weeks. The City We Became This is definitely... Continue Reading →

My vacation reads

I read a bunch of books over vacation, and I thought I would go through and give a brief review of each! Before I left, I put a story up on Instagram with my four vacation reads I'd picked out and why I was excited about them. Let's see how they held up. So I... Continue Reading →

Damn fine Lovecraft reimaginings

It's October, and at a recent house party a friend of mine was telling me how much he hated Lovecraft. In honor of this sentiment and the creepiest month of the year, I bring to you my shortlist of super amazing Lovecraft-inspired tales. Enjoy! The Ballad of Black Tom I have recommended this story so... Continue Reading →

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