Tour Review & Giveaway: Under a Silent Moon by Elizabeth Haynes

Tour Review & Giveaway: Under a Silent Moon by Elizabeth Haynes

Under a Silent Moon

I’m stoked to be on the TLC Tour for Under a Silent Moon! As most of you know I’ve been a HUGOMONGOUS [and I don't care if that's not a word!] fan of Elizabeth Haynes ever since I read her novel Into the Darkest Corner – which I’m still pushing on EVERYONE I know – […]

Review: The Bag of Bones by Vivian French

Review: The Bag of Bones by Vivian French

The Bag of Bones

When the quill writes GO GO GO frantically on the wall, and the House of the Ancient Crones heaves Gracie Gillypot outside onto the path, it can mean only one thing: there’s Trouble in the Five Kingdoms. This time it’s in the form of a beady-eyed, green-tongued witch named Truda Hangnail, who with her banished […]

Review: The House of the Dead Maids by Clare B. Dunkle

Review: The House of the Dead Maids by Clare B. Dunkle

The House of Dead Maids

Young Tabby Aykroyd has been brought to the dusty mansion of Seldom House to be nursemaid to a foundling boy. He is a savage little creature, but the Yorkshire moors harbor far worse, as Tabby soon discovers. The ghost of the last maid will not leave Tabby in peace, yet this spirit is only one […]

Review: The Turning by Francine Prose

Review: The Turning by Francine Prose

The Turning

A dark house. An isolated island. Strange dreams and even stranger visions . . . Jack is spending the summer on a private island far from modern conveniences. No Wi-Fi, no cell service, no one else on the island but a housekeeper and the two very peculiar children in his care. The first time Jack […]

Tour & Review & Giveaway: Black Chalk by Christopher J. Yates

Tour & Review & Giveaway: Black Chalk by Christopher J. Yates

Black Chalk

So excited to be part of the Black Chalk tour! TLC Tours with the publisher is generously providing an international giveaway as well! Don’t forget to check out Yates’ Oxford Photo Tour that he provided for us – which his time and locations there provided a lot of inspiration for Black Chalk‘s scenes! One game. […]

Review: Dark Witch by Nora Roberts

Review: Dark Witch by Nora Roberts

Dark Witch

With indifferent parents, Iona Sheehan grew up craving devotion and acceptance. From her maternal grandmother, she learned where to find both: a land of lush forests, dazzling lakes, and centuries-old legends. Ireland. County Mayo, to be exact. Where her ancestors’ blood and magic have flowed through generations—and where her destiny awaits. Iona arrives in Ireland […]

Tour Review & Giveaway: Mind of Winter by Laura Kasischke

Tour Review & Giveaway: Mind of Winter by Laura Kasischke

Mind of Winter

We’re excited to host the tour for Mind of Winter for TLC Tours! Look for the giveaway we’ve got going below my review! On a snowy Christmas morning, Holly Judge awakens, the fragments of a nightmare-something she must write down-floating on the edge of her consciousness. Something followed them from Russia. On another Christmas morning […]

Review: The Enchanted by Rene Denfeld

Review: The Enchanted by Rene Denfeld

The Enchanted

A wondrous and redemptive debut novel, set in a stark world where evil and magic coincide, The Enchanted combines the empathy and lyricism of Alice Sebold with the dark, imaginative power of Stephen King. “This is an enchanted place. Others don’t see it, but I do.” The enchanted place is an ancient stone prison, viewed […]

Review: Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill

Review: Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill

Heart-Shaped Box

Aging, self-absorbed rock star Judas Coyne has a thing for the macabre — his collection includes sketches from infamous serial killer John Wayne Gacy, a trepanned skull from the 16th century, a used hangman’s noose, Aleister Crowley’s childhood chessboard, etc. — so when his assistant tells him about a ghost for sale on an online […]

Review: Half World by Scott O’Connor

Review: Half World by Scott O’Connor

Half World by Scott O'Connor

In the 1950s, the CIA began a clandestine operation known as Project MKULTRA, in which unwitting American citizens were subjected to insidious drug and mind-control experiments. In the two decades the program ran, a nation’s trust was betrayed and countless lives and families were destroyed. Haunted and inspired by these real-life events, acclaimed novelist Scott […]

Review: Don’t Even Think About It by Sara Mlynowski

Review: Don’t Even Think About It by Sara Mlynowski

Don't Even Think About It

We weren’t always like this. We used to be average New York City high school sophomores. Until our homeroom went for flu shots. We were prepared for some side effects. Maybe a headache. Maybe a sore arm. We definitely didn’t expect to get telepathic powers. But suddenly we could hear what everyone was thinking. Our […]

Review: Influx by Daniel Suarez

Review: Influx by Daniel Suarez

Influx

Are smart phones really humanity’s most significant innovation since the moon landings? Or can something else explain why the bold visions of the 20th century–fusion power, genetic enhancements, artificial intelligence, cures for common disease, extended human life, and a host of other world-changing advances–have remained beyond our grasp? Why has the high-tech future that seemed […]

Review: Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira

Review: Love Letters to the Dead by Ava Dellaira

Love Letters to the Dead

It begins as an assignment for English class: Write a letter to a dead person. Laurel chooses Kurt Cobain because her sister, May, loved him. And he died young, just like May did. Soon, Laurel has a notebook full of letters to people like Janis Joplin, Amy Winehouse, Amelia Earhart, Heath Ledger, and more; though […]

Review: House of Glass by Sophie Littlefield

Review: House of Glass by Sophie Littlefield

House of Glass

Bestselling author Sophie Littlefield delivers a riveting, ripped-from-the-headlines story about a family put to the ultimate test when two men take them hostage inside their home Jen Glass has worked hard to achieve the ideal life: a successful career, a beautiful home in an affluent suburb of Minneapolis, a seemingly perfect family. But inside the […]

Review: Dead Beautiful by Yvonne Woon

Review: Dead Beautiful by Yvonne Woon

Dead Beautiful by Yvonne Woon

On the morning of her sixteenth birthday, Renée Winters was still an ordinary girl. She spent her summers at the beach, had the perfect best friend, and had just started dating the cutest guy at school. No one she’d ever known had died. But all that changes when she finds her parents dead in the […]