Back from Vacation with Photos and Mini Book Reviews

The Florida Keys are awesome. There’s a reason I chose it as Dave and Val’s vacation destination when I wrote Kill Them All. And I’m happy to report that my trip went a lot better than theirs did and wasn’t interrupted by rocket launchers and complex, supervillain-related plots. 😉 In all seriousness, I had theContinue reading “Back from Vacation with Photos and Mini Book Reviews”

Free Ebook Friday: Coffee and Ghosts by Charity Tahmaseb

Free ebooks are the best. They’re a great way for readers to try new series risk-free, and they help authors reach new audiences. But there’s just so many of them that it can be hard to find one you like. Free ebook Friday spotlights a free ebook I’ve personally read and enjoyed, and hopefully, it’llContinue reading “Free Ebook Friday: Coffee and Ghosts by Charity Tahmaseb”

Free ebook Friday: Balanced on the Blade’s Edge by Lindsay Buroker

Free ebooks are the best. They’re a great way for readers to try new series risk-free, and they help authors reach new audiences. But there’s just so many of them that it can be hard to find one you like. Free ebook Friday spotlights a free ebook I’ve personally read and enjoyed, and hopefully, it’llContinue reading “Free ebook Friday: Balanced on the Blade’s Edge by Lindsay Buroker”

Turn Back the Pages: Secret Six

Turn Back the Pages is a feature where I spotlight a comic that is not fresh and new. It may have come out a few months ago or even a few years ago. Maybe it was hyped and popular, or maybe it was an underappreciated gem. Whatever the case, it’ll be a great comic that’sContinue reading “Turn Back the Pages: Secret Six”

What to read if you liked The Ghost Machine

Paperback and hardcover editions of The Ghost Machine have popped up on Amazon, which is super exciting. Clockmaker hasn’t been re-released yet, though, so what should you read while you’re waiting for another gothic steampunk novel? Here are a few similar books I’ve enjoyed that you might like, too.

Turn Back the Pages: Gotham Academy

Turn Back the Pages is a feature where I spotlight a comic that is not fresh and new. It may have come out a few months ago or even a few years ago. Maybe it was hyped and popular, or maybe it was an underappreciated gem. Whatever the case, it’ll be a great comic that’sContinue reading “Turn Back the Pages: Gotham Academy”

Book Spotlight: The Vigilantes: Books 1 – 3 by Trish Heinrich

I forgot if I’ve raved about Serpent’s Sacrifice, the first book in the Vigilantes Series by Trish Heinrich, on this site before. (I really ought to write a proper review of it at some point.) If you bought the Heroes & Villains boxed set that Hero Status was a part of over the summer, itContinue reading “Book Spotlight: The Vigilantes: Books 1 – 3 by Trish Heinrich”

4 Haunting Halloween Reads (that even a wimp like me can’t put down)

I’m a total wimp when it comes to horror. My imagination is so overactive that just watching the preview for a scary movie or reading a recap can freak me out. So when I do read something spooky, it’s because I’ve been sucked in by the amazing atmosphere, characters, or premise. Like Crimson Peak. It’sContinue reading “4 Haunting Halloween Reads (that even a wimp like me can’t put down)”

Turn Back the Pages: Red Sonja

Turn Back the Pages is a biweekly monthly feature where I spotlight a comic that is not fresh and new. It may have come out a few months ago or even a few years ago. Maybe it was hyped and popular, or maybe it was an underappreciated gem. Whatever the case, it’ll be a greatContinue reading “Turn Back the Pages: Red Sonja”

Turn Back the Pages: Spectacle by Megan Rose Gedris

I love when stories have circuses. From the magic and mystery of The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern to the weird and eerie Dead Moon Circus in Sailor Moon, the setting has so much to offer. I can even appreciate the creepy circus aesthetic in horror movies even if I’m way too much of aContinue reading “Turn Back the Pages: Spectacle by Megan Rose Gedris”