It’s very rare that I finish a full-length book in one sitting. It’s even more unlikely when it’s a book I’ve already read, albeit in an earlier draft.
This was a difficult book for me to embrace. In Microphones and Murder, Erin Huss gives us a pair of sisters determined to make it as investigative podcasters. Tired of living life on the sidelines, Liv Olsen gave up everything-her job at the #1 podcast series in the country, her apartment, most of her belongings-to […]
If you’ve ever wondered what goes on in the mind of a killer, John E. Douglas is the guy to listen to. In The Killer Across the Table, Douglas gives insight gleaned from his years with the FBI, talking with killers about their motivations. The Killer Across the Table: Beyond the big names. Twenty years […]
If I had one problem with Doctor Sleep, it’s that the book has a lot of necessary backstory. Now before you evicerate me for being a godless King-hating heathen, let me explain.
I imagine reading new romance novels from new-to-you authors is somewhat like computer dating. For me, Alisha Rai’s The Right Swipe was just that. A swipe to the right.
I generally don’t like working with cotton. It has no give. The aches and pains start in my fingers, and soon my hands are cramping. Thankfully, Spinrite Yarns has added Caron Cotton Cakes to the popular Caron Cakes yarn lineup.
How does a small town cope with day-to-day modern life when there’s an undead witch roaming around? Thomas Olde Heuvelt explores this idea in the 2016 English translation of his novel Hex. The English language debut of the bestselling Dutch novel, Hex, from Thomas Olde Heuvelt–a Hugo and World Fantasy award nominated talent to watch Whoever is born […]
I was tipped off to this delightful book by some innocent byplay on Twitter. An editor or agent wanted a light read. Someone else, also in the industry, casually remarked, “How about the Vampire Knitting Club?”
In The Vine Witch, Luanne G. Smith builds a magical alternate-universe turn-of-the-century France. The setting is very romantic, but also ambitious.
I’ve been one of Caitlin’s ‘Deathlings’ for a while. That’s what she calls her YouTube viewers. There’s just something about a tall woman with dark hair and bangs talking about the entertaining aspects of death that appeals to ageing goths like me. I still have an inordinate amount of black clothing in my wardrobe.