★★★★★ A wonderful, eclectic collection of ten compelling short works, Midnight Tales contains a mix of genres, including mythology, horror, and even a fairytale. Midnight Tales by Raven Kamali The collection can easily be read one or two at a time or consumed all at once. Like with any collection, there were some stories I … Continue reading Midnight Tales by Raven Kamali
Sometimes you need a good mystery book! I found just that in this book by Benjamin Bradley, where three people vanish in The Punkhorns, an undeveloped forest on the edge of Brewster, Massachusetts.
In this short story, what starts off as a seemingly ordinary evening for Jessica, a part-time sales clerk at a hardware store, takes a shocking turn. Jessica arrives home to the flat she shares with Clara, the odd roommate she barely tolerates, and makes her way through Clara’s various housepets. Jessica stumbles into a horrific … Continue reading The Man and the Crow by Rebecca Crunden
4 out of 5 stars I came across Layla by Colleen Hoover on Prime Reading. Having recently read Verity, I was excited to try another CoHo book. If you’ve read and liked Verity and you are okay with a little paranormal flair, chances are you will enjoy this book as well. It is an incredibly … Continue reading Layla by Colleen Hoover
4 out of 5 stars “...what do you know of the forces that stretch beyond the boundaries of our own mortality?” Lee Hall, The Ghost Beside Me October is the perfect month for a ghost story. I learned about The Ghost Beside Me through the Twitter writing community. With its enchanting cover, The Ghost Beside … Continue reading The Ghost Beside Me by Lee Hall