Andersonville by Edward M. Erdelac

Andersonville by Edward M. Erdelac Publisher: Hydra Publication Date: August 18, 2015 Source: TLC Book Tours Lourdes Barclay, a mysterious man posing as a black Union soldier, purposefully sneaks into Camp Sumter, aka Andersonville prison. He has a mission, a secret, and a vendetta, but he quickly realizes that his first priority is simply toContinue reading “Andersonville by Edward M. Erdelac”

Unholy Ghosts by Stacia Kane

Don’t ask me why I read this one, I have no idea. I suppose that’s not quite true… I’m never embarrassed by the books I read (well, maybe a little*), but I am sometimes less than open about admitting why I read certain books in the first place. So how did I stumble across UnholyContinue reading “Unholy Ghosts by Stacia Kane”

Brood by Chase Novak

So what do you do when you’re part werewolf? I know this is a question we all wonder frequently. For Adam and Alice, two children born under the most mysterious of fertility circumstances, this is a legitimate fear. Their parents participated in an experiment that guaranteed the birth of children, but did not guarantee they’dContinue reading “Brood by Chase Novak”

If You Like Gilmore Girls, Read…

Just under one week from today, it will be October 1st. And do you know what happens on October 1st? All seven seasons on Gilmore Girls become available for streaming on Netflix. So…you know what I’ll be doing next Wednesday (I’ll also be ordering Chinese take-out). In the meantime, before you can catch up withContinue reading “If You Like Gilmore Girls, Read…”

If You Liked ‘Salem’s Lot, Read This…

As King said in 1983, “In ‘Salem’s Lot, the thing that really scared me was not vampires, but the town in the daytime, the town that was empty, knowing that there were things in closets, that there were people tucked under beds, under the concrete pilings of all those trailers. And all the time I wasContinue reading “If You Liked ‘Salem’s Lot, Read This…”

Just After Sunset by Stephen King

(This is going to be a super professional review. Because that’s me – super professional – in a nutshell.) Submitted for the approval of the Midnight Society… Aliens scare the piss out of me. This is not news. I don’t exactly know why. I’m pretty sure it has something to do with watching Alien at far too young ofContinue reading “Just After Sunset by Stephen King”

The Supernatural Enhancements by Edgar Cantero

I wouldn’t say that I have a lot of special skills in life, but one of the things I am really good at is procrastinating. Give me a deadline and I will find you ten reasons I cannot possibly do said thing by set time, including, but not limited to, things like rewatching seasons 1-4Continue reading “The Supernatural Enhancements by Edgar Cantero”

The Best Books of 2014: The Halfway Point

Apparently we are halfway through the year already, as we’re practically through June – how did that happen? Anyway, this means it’s officially far enough into the year to start taking a guess at what will be my favorite reads of the year (as hosted by The Broke and The Bookish).  Of course, this listContinue reading “The Best Books of 2014: The Halfway Point”

Like This? Read That. A Top Ten List.

If you like this, read that… 10. If you like Wrong Turn (and I went on a rather remarkable first date to that lovely film), read Deliverance by James Dickey. Bloodthirsty hillbillies living in secluded Appalachia. Run (or paddle) faster. 09. If you like Deadwood, read The Sisters Brothers by Patrick deWitt. Aside from theContinue reading “Like This? Read That. A Top Ten List.”

Summer Reading: 2014 Book Roundup

The summer reading season is almost here – for reference I’m defining summer as June through September – and I’m looking forward what precious little beach reading time I’ll have come July. Here are a few of the highlights from the upcoming season. For more recommendations – and because she gave me the idea –Continue reading “Summer Reading: 2014 Book Roundup”