Review: Winter Tide (Innsmouth Legacy #1) by Ruthanna Emrys

I enjoyed and was intrigued by the original novella that set up this world, but the world created within intrigued me much more than the characters. However, I enjoyed it enough to pick up this novel to get it signed by the author at a convention, and I don’t regret any of the time spentContinue reading “Review: Winter Tide (Innsmouth Legacy #1) by Ruthanna Emrys”

Review: Invisible Chains by Michelle Renee Lane

Disclaimer: I am friends with the author, who provided me with an advanced electronic version of this book for review. This is the first book I’ve read in years to give me nightmares. Lane’s debut novel is an intricate and descriptive historical horror that encompasses some of my favorite tropes in speculative fiction. Jacqueline isContinue reading “Review: Invisible Chains by Michelle Renee Lane”

Author Interview with Allan C. R. Cornelius

I’m always thrilled to support fellow graduates of the Seton Hill University Writing Popular Fiction program, even if I’ve never had the opportunity to meet them in person! Today, I’m happy to host dark fantasy author Allan Cornelius and ask him some questions about his debut novel. ABOUT THE BOOK When you’ve done the unthinkable,Continue reading “Author Interview with Allan C. R. Cornelius”

Review: Snowbound (Bloodline of Yule #2) by Maria Alexander

Disclaimer: I consider myself friends with the author; I received an electronic advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review. I finished reading this book at the height of summer in my very warm home office. But I didn’t even think of turning on the ceiling fan, because Alexander brought the freezing cold ofContinue reading “Review: Snowbound (Bloodline of Yule #2) by Maria Alexander”

Review: Canyon Shadows (Dark Tyrant #2) by C.R. Langille

Disclaimer: I consider myself friends with the author, via the graduate writing program we both attended. However, I purchased the hardcopy version of this novel for full price. Though this book is the second in a shared world of stories, you do not have to read the first in order to get full enjoyment fromContinue reading “Review: Canyon Shadows (Dark Tyrant #2) by C.R. Langille”