To Scoff or Not to Scoff: A Review on Jay Anson’s “The Amityville Horror”

There are definitely clashing opinions on this book, evident by scrolling through the internet alone. After reading the inconsistent reviews on GoodReads recently and the sheer fact that my family and I are in the middle of a “no TV” hiatus for the next two weeks, I decided to finally read it myself. Such a shame that I hadn’t read it before as it’s an … Continue reading To Scoff or Not to Scoff: A Review on Jay Anson’s “The Amityville Horror”

An Interview with Horror Novelist Alistair Cross

“The idea for this book hit me hard and fast, and the characters came at me full-force, demanding that their stories be told.” –Alistair Cross on writing Sleep, Savannah, Sleep Q: Tell me about Haunted Nights LIVE and what inspired you to start this radio show? How can people listen in? Thorne & Cross: Haunted Nights LIVE! came about when the show’s producer, Pam Stack, … Continue reading An Interview with Horror Novelist Alistair Cross

There Once Lived a Woman Who Tried to Kill Her Neighbor’s Baby: Scary Fairy Tales by Ludmilla Petrushevskaya

I was lucky enough to stumble across this book while adventuring in East Oahu. I found it in the forgotten corner of a used bookstore on top of a column of other books.  As soon as I noticed the vibrant, red cover I was immediately drawn to it and once I learned it was written by a Russian author, I was only further intrigued. I’ll … Continue reading There Once Lived a Woman Who Tried to Kill Her Neighbor’s Baby: Scary Fairy Tales by Ludmilla Petrushevskaya

Review of Nicholas Paschall’s The Ghost of O’Leary House

This book is about a young guy named David and his transformational journey after he finds out that he has witches in his family. Intrigued? Well, you should be! This is a book about witches, family secrets, and stalking phantoms! There’s intrigue and drama everywhere!  I gave this book: 4/5. You should get your copy here.   Here’s why. Can we just get the bad … Continue reading Review of Nicholas Paschall’s The Ghost of O’Leary House