Do you remember the 1st time you read a book like Animal Farm or 1984 where you got wrapped up entirely in the story and then about halfway through you were hit with just how big the real-world under-current in the story is? That’s how I felt reading, […]
You know what’s a terrible idea? Reviewing the 2nd book in a series when you haven’t read book 1 and 1.5. You get all the recap spoilers and jump into the drama mid-story. I don’t recommend it. This is exactly what happened when I went to read “Scepter […]
About the Crimson Inkwell The Crimson Inkwell, written by Kenneth A. Baldwin is about Luella Winthrop, a female journalist in the Victorian era who starts chasing stories to save her newspaper only to end up following a dangerous path. In this world of Gaslamp Fantasy women were not […]
Ivy Hawthorne, a girl largely shunned by her parents, classmates, and seemingly rest of the world, starts to notice some strange things happening in her life. Animals have started intently watching her and her dreams are coming true.
It’s been a while since my last book review on this site, but when I saw this collection come through my inbox I couldn’t resist. 7 romance authors, several of the paranormal romance variety (my fav!) Collaborating on a collection of stories all tied around a mysterious English […]
Paranormal romance author, Celia Breslin serves up the best Vampire Holiday specials TV has to offer.
Ok, I know it’s not even Halloween yet… But this anthology sounded so cool I couldn’t pass up hosting a little poem and feature for this book. 😉 In today’s guest post from Jena Baxter we will be treated with a little poetry, a bit about Jena’s upcoming […]
Dawn of the Dead (1978): Remembering George A. Romero’s Greatest Film Guest Blog by Thomas S. Flowers Francine Parker: They’re still here. Stephen: They’re after us. They know we’re still in here. Peter: They’re after the place. They don’t know why; they just remember. Remember that they […]
Q: What kind of supernatural research do you do, and how long do you spend researching before beginning a book? A: It depends on the book. But I believe that especially when I’m writing something magical, basing the magic on real, historical systems makes the stories seem more […]
September 17th marks the beginning of Halloween festivities here on HorrorMade! We are going to have a month and a half run of guest posts, poetry, and books galore to celebrate the season of pumpkin spice and socially acceptable batwing shirts! Today’s guest post contains some poetry and […]