• We Are Wormwood by Autumn Christian Book Cover
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    {Review} We Are Wormwood by Autumn Christian

    Ever since she was a child, Lily has been pursued by a demonic girl with wormwood eyes. As Lily struggles with her schizophrenic mother’s decline into insanity, the death of her somnambulist childhood love, and her own painful, disturbed adolescence, she must face the strange girl that haunts her. Yet something is chasing her that is much more dangerous.  A darkly surreal, drug-coated romance, We are Wormwood tells an inhuman love story, and the transformation that results from affection among monsters. Amazon | Goodreads “When I was fourteen years old the cats in the neighborhood started losing their eyes”  Eeeeeh! How’s that for a teaser? We Are Wormwood isn’t a…

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    Guest Review: Siphon by A.A. Medina

    Today we welcome Lesley-Ann from Housewife of Horror with a guest review of A.A. Medina’s SIPHON. Thanks for sharing with us, Lesley-Ann! Synopsis THERE IS AN URGE INSIDE YOU… Dr. Gary Phillips, the resident hematopathologist at Claybrook Medical Center, is a lonely man struggling with the duress of an all work and no play lifestyle.  Burdened with an unhealthy infatuation with his co-worker, a burning disdain for his boss, and an abusive relationship with his grandfather, Gary just can’t catch a break. That is, until a workplace accident ushers in a bizarre, but empowering experience that evokes a new sense of self, forcing repressed memories to surface while encouraging him…

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    The Woodwitch by Stephen Gregory

    by Stephen Gregory Published by Valancourt Books on 1.1.15 Genres: Dark Fiction, Fiction, Horror Pages: 240 Format: eBook Buy on Amazon Goodreads I just finished this literary gem and I don’t even know what to think! This nasty little ball of maggots, flies and mushrooms is still bouncing around inside my head.  Let me introduce you to the stinkhorn mushroom. (This is the tamest picture I could find.) Now this may make you chuckle, it certainly made me. But laughter is where it all started; a woman laughed at Andrew Pinkney, and why? Because his manhood could not, would not, resemble this mushroom. Things didn’t turn out so well with…