Recent Comments

Banned Books: The Guppy...

To choose a good book, Look in an inquisitor’s prohibited list ~John Aikin I don’t understand banning or challenging books. When I was a child I was always the shy quiet one in the corner. The kind of awkward girl who got picked on. Sure I had 2-3 really good friends in school,...

Banned Books: The Edito...

Today we have The Editors! We have Mallory Braus and Kerri Buckley both from Carina Press, Elizabeth London from Ellora’s Cave, and Amy Sherwood from Samhain Publishing. They’ve agreed to answer our questions about Banned Books.  Remember: comment on any Banned Books Week...

WLP Talks Her Favorite ...

When I was younger, my all time favourite thing to do was have the ever loving shit scared out of me. Give me a good scary movie, a haunted house or a story about things that go bump in the night and I was sold. The scarier the better. Right up until my 29th birthday, every single year,...

Anton Strout: Top 10 Ti...

Alchemystic, book one of The Spellmason Chronicles, introduced readers to a paranormal Manhattan full of alchemy, arcana, Spellmasonry and gargoyles. In Stonecast, the just released second book of the series, I pull the camera back even further, exposing more of the unseen world that the...

Banned Books: The Autho...

We were lucky enough to get the fabulous writers Sarah M. Anderson, HelenKay Dimon, Jeffe Kennedy, and Amber Lin to answer our questions about Banned Books and what it it all means to them. It’s lengthy. You know how authors can be. *wink* So grab a Snickers bar and start reading!...

Banned Books: The Entir...

This week kicks off Banned Books Week. I know! Can you believe there are still enough books banned in enough places there’s an entire WEEK devoted to it? And for once I remembered early enough to plan something! The American Library Association released their annual list of the...

Rule 42: Dreams of the ...

These five tales of Lovecraftian weird fiction might keep you up past your bedtime. SUCCOR THE CHILD: After viewing a sixth-grader’s bizarre chalk drawing, one impressionable townsperson begins to see more than just childish scrawls, and curiosity about the drawing’s subject becomes...

Sahara H ARC Review: On...

Sheri spends her days fighting zombies and her nights chained to a wall, earning her every breath by telling stories to her captor Aleksy—stories that make them both forget the ruined world. Sheri could put up with the conditions—at least she knows her sister is safe in the community...
Page 20 of 231« First...10...1819202122...304050...Last »