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by Joane - 2 months ago

Chad Lutzke, Stirring the Sheets review

Reviewed by Paula Limbaugh Chad Lutzke has given us such a beautifully written story dealing with the most grotesque of events and the saddest of circumstances. Stirring the Sheets deals with grief, loss, and the way one comes to terms with life...

by Joane - 3 months ago

Thrift Store Finds: ‘The Cellar’ or What Did I Just Read?

You’ll find a bit more than the regular basement fare down here. Written by Adrienne Clark This review contains spoilers because omg. I’m serious, I’m gonna tell you the whole thing so you can check this book off your list and thank me later. No...

by Joane - 3 months ago

Kyle Alexander Romines, A Sound in the Dark review

Reviewed by Paula Limbaugh Ah, with summer coming this makes the perfect read! Kyle Alexander Romines’ A Sound in the Dark ups the creep factor when it comes to camping. This one will keep you on your toes with its fast-paced action! The story o...

by Joane - 3 months ago

M.R. Carey, The Boy on the Bridge review

Reviewed by Paula Limbaugh A HUMAN BEING… …IS A VERY HARD THING TO BE I have to be honest here when I first began to read The Boy on the Bridge by M.R. Carey I was feeling disappointed. I had read his previous story The Girl With All the Gifts and...

by Joane - 4 months ago

Matthew Weber, Teeth Marks review

Reviewed by Paula Limbaugh Yikes! What do get when you mix some biting humor in with a dash of horror? Teeth Marks!! Matthew Weber’s latest release is a dark collection of 12 stories that are sure to make an impression, a deep indented impression!...

by Joane - 5 months ago

Thrift Store Finds: Save the Last Dance for Me

Hold on to your dance tights (so that no one strangles you with them) the curtain is about to rise. This review contains spoilers, so if you Googled and took a look at that sick cover and thought “I have to experience these 373 pages fresh,” you...

by Joane - 6 months ago

Mark West, Polly review

Reviewed by Paula Limbaugh Whoa! Never judge a book by its cover! What looks to be an innocuous little read, became quite the tale of suspense. Where lines blur and you are left wondering until the very end what’s real, what’s not. Mark West prove...