Head on over to Nerd901 and check out my review for Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, the franchise's most ambitious title yet!
I reviewed the re-released HD edition of Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice by Ninja Theory! Head on over to Nerd901 for full review!
Spooky powerhouses Bhrel & Sullivan are at it again, this time with a romance-themed collection! Her Mourning Portrait is a brand-new set of short stories, just in time for Valentine's Day! Here's the official blurb: Her Mourning Portrait and Other Paranormal Oddities is the fifth anthology from Brhel & Sullivan. It is a collection of... Continue Reading →
A few days ago, I was delighted to see an email in my inbox, indicating that one of my favorite Horror duos, Brhel & Sullivan over at Cemetery Gates Media, had a Christmas-themed work I had not read, and asked if I'd like to review! WOULD I? WOULD I?! OF COURSE. So the novella is... Continue Reading →
Ready for a little supernatural fun? Today, I'm reviewing Ryan Troske's The Rising, which is the first book in his Supernaturals series! Here's the official blurb: Ethan is just an ordinary teenage boy--infatuated with sports music and, of course, girls. Or so he thinks. Heading home on a rainy night from an amateur guitar gig,... Continue Reading →
Lately, I've reaaaally been in need. Literary need. I've read so much spooky stuff, that I had a dire desire for a change of pace. Usually, this means it's time to re-visit some Sarah Addison Allen, who always makes me feel grounded, but alas... all of my books are still packed up in my garage.... Continue Reading →
Time for another little spooky review! Today's is Lucky Thirteen, a short horror story by author Amanda Leigh Burton. Here's the official blurb: For four young boys one summer night in the woods creates a life time of nightmares. Lucky Thirteen tells the story of a narrator who, at a young age, witnessed the gruesome... Continue Reading →
Today's post comes to you on the heels of some more spooky reading- that of P.T. Phronk's The Arborist. Because I just don't get enough at Halloween. Or maybe it's like always Halloween in my house. With hearts, or stockings, or birthday cakes! Y'all know me. Here's the official blurb: The tree wasn’t there last... Continue Reading →