Lizzy and Jane by Katherine Reay


In Lizzy and Jane, we meet Elizabeth a chef dealing with her own issues and who we find out pretty much fled her hometown when her mother passed away. She has to come home to deal with the family she left behind: her dad and her sister, Jane, who has cancer. Elizabeth had a tough […]

The Doll by Taylor Stevens


5/5 Stars A FANTASTIC ACTION PACKED RIDE  OF A BOOK! The Doll by Taylor Stevens Origins: I received this book from It is available for sale right now in Paperback, E-book, and Audio Formats. About The Novel: Haunted by a life of violence and as proficient with languages as she is with knives, Vanessa Michael Munroe, chameleon and hunter, […]

Pumpkin Rolls by Lee Papa

Lee Papa

Pumpkin rolls are one of my FAV holiday indulgences. Special thanks to author Lee Papa for sharing her recipe today at our Book Foodies blog! ~ Angela Lee Papa’s Pumpkin Rolls Growing up in a traditional Catholic family on the east coast, Christmas was a very special time.  There was the decorating, the annual holiday […]

In the Shadows of Children by Alan Ryker

Review: In the Shadows of Children Alan Ryker

Don’t look into the darkness. The boogeyman might see you. Stephen King fans will appreciate horror writer Alan Ryker’s take on the boogeyman in his latest from dark fiction publisher DarkFuse. Aaron’s mother is dead. He returns home for the third time in 15 years, intent on wrapping up her estate so he can return […]

Facial by Jeff Strand

Facial by Jeff Strand review

This story is so weirdly creepy, horror fans must read it, just for the experience. I was a kid again, watching a creepy, crawly tale of terror after the 10 p.m. news. Eyes glued to the screen, I couldn’t get enough chills from Tales from the Crypt. Or Tales from the Darkside. Or one of […]

Review: Oasis of the Damned by Greg F. Gifune

Oasis of the Damned book review

The desert is a deadly purgatory filled with zombie-like creatures in this title from DarkFuse. Oasis of the Damned is one of the better purgatory stories I’ve read in a while. Set in the scorching sands of a desert haunted by deadly, shape-shifting creatures, the book takes readers through the journey of two lost souls […]

Excerpt: Global Predator by Jack MacLean

Global Predator by Jack MacLean

Today we share an excerpt from political thriller GLOBAL PREDATOR by Jack MacLean. A convoy of three dented and mud-spattered SUVs roared up the forest track and jerked to a halt at a clearing overlooking the valley they had just left. A thickset, clumsy man in his late fifties climbed out of the middle vehicle […]

Holiday Candy Wreath By Alison Neuman

Holiday Candy Wreath By Alison Neuman

The holidays are here! Today, Alison Neuman, author of the memoir Searching for Normal, shares incredibly easy tips to make a holiday candy wreath. One of my favorite parts of the holiday season, besides being with family, is an opportunity to do some decorating. Decorating the house for the specific holiday can take some ingenuity. […]

Claudia’s 7 [Won’t Fess] Up Biscuits from author Colby Marshall

7 Up biscuits

Today we share a yummy biscuit recipe from Claudia, a character in Colby Marshall’s upcoming novel, Color Blind. Make the biscuits and serve with jelly while curling up with this read! Whether or not Claudia likes 7-Up, we might never know. What is a fact is that Dr. Jenna Ramey’s mother either killed or attempted […]

Review: Bloodeye by Craig Saunders

Review: Bloodeye by Craig Saunders

Bloodeye by Craig Saunders Dark Fiction/Mystery DarkFuse October 2014 A young widower teeters on the edge of insanity as a shadowy killer carves a bloody third eye in his victims in a sometimes confusing novella, Bloodeye by Craig Saunders. Keane Reid misses his dead wife, who was killed mysteriously seven years earlier. The former crime […]