Boy Parts : A Review

Boy Parts by Eliza Clark contemporary, fiction published : July 2020 my rating : ★★★★★ ══════════════ premise: Irena is a photographer who captures men in feminine, sultry poses. She gets an art exhibition and is preparing for it, all the while obsessing over Eddie from Tesco, doing ridiculous amounts of drugs, and hanging with her … Continue reading Boy Parts : A Review

The Days of Abandonment : A Review + Life Update

i'm alive, just went through a severe depressive episode and couldn't read or write to save my life. i've started various posts multiple times to try to explain what happened but i don't think it's necessary. what matters is i'm back now and i'm reading again. i'm at a point where i can engage in … Continue reading The Days of Abandonment : A Review + Life Update

(Trigger Warning) Gone to See the River Man : A Review

Gone to See the River Man by Kristopher Triana horror, thriller, splatterpunk, cosmic? published : March 2020 my rating : ★★★★★ ══════════════ i've been wanting to read this for so long and finally caved and bought a copy, thinkin' "ahh this will be a fun ride." it was but i had no idea what i … Continue reading (Trigger Warning) Gone to See the River Man : A Review

October Wrap-Up + Life Update

October fucking sucked so i didn't read a ton. a little update on what's been going on... is that i had a surgery at the end of September involving my cervix (they fucking cut part of it off, it was so brutal) so i was healing from that, but still in a lot of pain. … Continue reading October Wrap-Up + Life Update

Stacking the Shelves .2

created by Reading Reality, this particular game/meme/whatever-the-fuck-it-is is all about showing what books you've acquired (whether digital or physical!) it's a fun little thing i thought i'd whip out again since i've been (irresponsibly) buying books as usual. nothin' new here. can't stop, won't stop. i'm most excited for Gone to See the River Man, … Continue reading Stacking the Shelves .2

.3 (Trigger Warning) Splatter Mini – Reviews

aaaand welcome back ladies, gents, and monsters, to Splatter Mini-Reviews, where I talk a bit about the extreme novels I've had my nose in lately. Check out the first post and the second, if you so please! Trigger warning for nasty shit, abuse, assault, gore, stomach churning content. Read with discretion. ══════════════ Roe V. Wade … Continue reading .3 (Trigger Warning) Splatter Mini – Reviews

Anybody Home? : A Review

Anybody Home? by Michael J. Seidlinger adult fiction, horror, psychological published : August 2022 my rating : ★★★☆☆ ══════════════ premise : you are being walked through how to invade a home successfully. the narrator has a lot of experience, and is mentoring you in the art of scaring/murdering homeowners and ultimately, making a great film … Continue reading Anybody Home? : A Review

WWW Wednesday .2

recovering from surgery, i've been a little behind on reading, so while i'm making my way through a thick as fuck book and managing daily life and pain, i thought i'd do a little blog game! as before in my previous WWW, WWW Wednesday was presented to me by Taking On A World Of Words. … Continue reading WWW Wednesday .2

Split Scream Volume 2 : A Review

short stories, horror, anthology, indie published : November 2022 my rating : ★★★★★ ══════════════ thanks to Alex at Dread Stone Press for the advance reading copy of Split Scream 2! when i heard through the grapevine (i.e. twitter) that volume 2 was in the works, my dark laser eyes honed in and impatiently grabbed at … Continue reading Split Scream Volume 2 : A Review

Waif : A Review

Waif by Samantha Kolesnik adult, lgbtqa, horror, novella published : December 2021 my rating : ★★★★★ ══════════════ premise: Angie is a pathetic woman trapped in an abusive relationship with her husband Matt. one day, trying to get away from Matt and his anger, she encounters a man in the grocery store. the man, Ben, looks … Continue reading Waif : A Review