Book Review: The Last Shimmer by Sage Hyatt

You might have noticed that most of the horror I read tends to be on the graphic and extreme side of the genre, but every now and then I like something lighter with a focus on creepy instead of gratuitous gore. If you read my last blog post on The Bedwetter by Lee Allen Howard,... Continue Reading →

Book Review – The Bedwetter by Lee Allen Howard

My friends and family will tell you that I know a disturbing amount of serial killer information. When I’m not reading or writing I’m scouring streaming services for new documentaries on the scariest humans the world has produced. My fascination has nothing to do with glorifying their behaviour, but more a morbid curiosity on how... Continue Reading →

Waiting for the Bucket to Drop

One of the first adult horror novels I remember reading was Carrie by Stephen King. My dad had a copy (which I still have), and we watched the movie together too, though I don’t recall if I read or watched it first. I was probably around 11 or 12 at the time, which some people... Continue Reading →

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