When I read the back cover of The Remaking (2019, Chapman) in the bookstore, it sounded like it might make a good horror flick. Suspected of witchcraft, a mother and daughter burned for witchcraft in the 1930s had me sold. I find the origins of urban legend appealing and generally makes a good story.
What makes a scary story? Well, that's up to you. What's scary to one reader may be benign for another. What scares me? Ancient evils—demons, vampires, the undead, and the unknown—will keep me up at night. If these evils scare you, then here are 10 … [Continue reading] about 10 of the Scariest Novels You’ll Ever Read
I'm on a reading binge now that I'm self-quarantined and paranoid. I've acquired so many books over the last year my bookshelves falleth over. I organized all of my unread books into small to-do reading piles. Here's what I have in the pile for May: … [Continue reading] about Bookshelf – May 2020
When I found Joshua Graham’s novella The Accidental Exorcist (2013, Joshua Graham) on Amazon.com, I felt compelled to read it. The subject of possession has intrigued me since high school when I read William Peter Blatty’s … [Continue reading] about A Review of The Accidental Exorcist, Book 3 in the Accidental Series
I picked up Interlands: A Tale of the Supernatural, by Vincent H. O'Neil (2013, Vincent O-Neil), while searching on Amazon.com through its abundant selection of Kindle eBooks. When I learned that story takes place in … [Continue reading] about A Review of Interlands: A Tale of the Supernatural, Book 1 in the Interlands Series