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Books That Shine: The Foundation Era
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[Cover Reveal] Woolie by Hamelin Bird
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SLASH-HER: A Women of Horror Anthology [BOOK REVIEW]
Whether you fancy tales centered on revenge, horror, suspense, heartbreak, justice, mystery, drama, or the supernatur...
Children of Sin [Movie Review]
Inescapable circumstances, familial traps, and fear of eternal suffering combine with dark humor in writer-actor-dire...
The Fear Sheets
We are bringing the #HorrorCommunity together with bloggers, magazines, influencers, and more than 30 publishers. Thi...
Check Out These Hi-Res Images of the Original Goosebumps Series!
For anyone who grew up reading them in the ’90s, it’s hard not to be nostalgic for these images of the or...
[Long Walk] Books That Shine: A Chronological Reread of Stephen King
There are many books that struggle to have one stand out character, The Long Walk is full of them and showcases just ...
You’ve Lost a Lot of Blood by Eric Larocca [Book Review]
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Juggling Multiple Perspectives in a Single Narrative
This multiple perspective approach was a bit of a juggling act, but one I found exciting and thrilling....
Maggots Screaming! by Max Booth III [Book Review]
MAGGOTS SCREAMING! by Max Booth III is a kaleidoscopic journey of lunacy. Absurd, meta, disgusting, brash, unapologet...
[Night Shift] Books That Shine: A Chronological Reread of Stephen King
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