election etc

it feels so great knowing that that orange gremlin is no longer going to be our president. much thanks to all the black women who pushed and went out there and rocked the fucking vote. it feels as though a cloud has been lifted and i am beyond the moon.

ARC Reviews: Venus in the Blind Spot by Junji Ito and Remina by Junji Ito

So sorry about the disjointed posting lately. I started my new job this week and have been busy with that and keeping up with my daughter’s hybrid school schedule. I do want you all to know that just because October is ending doesn’t mean the horror reviews are. Oh no. Expect another installment of Women … Continue reading ARC Reviews: Venus in the Blind Spot by Junji Ito and Remina by Junji Ito

Book Review: Horrid by Katrina Leno

This has everything I want in a horror novel. Creepy mansion, lore told in hushed tones, a disturbed protagonist who eats books in secret. She swallows words, prose, and the paper heals her. It mends the broken pieces of her soul. This book is haunting and disturbing. It’s full of grief and dark secrets. I … Continue reading Book Review: Horrid by Katrina Leno

Book Review: Hide and Seeker by Daka Hermon

"Did you know people go through 396 friendships in a lifetime but only 33 will last?" She smiles. It trembles, but it's there. "You will be one of my 33." I have a lot of cousins. Dozens upon dozens of cousins. And growing up all I did was play outside with these cousins, sunrise to … Continue reading Book Review: Hide and Seeker by Daka Hermon

ARC Review: The Lost Village by Camilla Sten

I exhale - a prayer, an incantation - a welcome: "Silvertjairn." As much as I love horror books I have to say I have an equal affection for found footage horror movies. Yes, when done wrong they can be awful, tedious, and worse yet not scary. However when done well? Chef's kiss This is exactly … Continue reading ARC Review: The Lost Village by Camilla Sten