House of Whispers by J.L. Bryan Pre-order Available and Book One is Now Free!


J.L. Bryan is one of my favorite authors, and I’ve really enjoyed his Ellie Jordan, Ghost Trapper series. Full of scary ghosts, poltergeists, demons, and complex characters that you love to read about as they go on their ghost hunting adventures, each installment gets better and better. And the wait time between books is measured in […]

Posted 6 July, 2015 by Heather in Blog, Cover Reveal, Heather / 0 Comments

Blog Tour Review and Giveaway – Mercy House by Adam Cesare


Don and his wife Nikki take his mother Harriett to Mercy House, where she’ll live out her final days in this retirement home being cared for due to her Pick’s Disease (similar to Alzheimer’s Disease). Over the last year, Harriett has grown angrier and more resentful–especially towards Nikki–and she’s not happy to be pawned off […]


Friday’s Five Reasons Why to Read Killer Instinct & Killer Within by S. E. Green


Killer Instinct & Killer Within by S. E. Green Add them both on Goodreads Get a Copy from amazon  Released: May 6th 2014  and May 19th 2015 by Simon Pulse        Killer Instinct She’s not evil, but she has certain… urges. Lane is a typical teenager. Loving family. Good grades. Afterschool job at the local […]

Posted 26 June, 2015 by Danny in Blog, Book Review, Danny, Danny's Book Review / 1 Comment

Fun Beach Read – Destined For Trouble by Claudia Lefeve


With summer finally in full swing here in Chicago, I’m in the mood for a fun, lighter read to pass the time, and the cozy mystery Destined for Trouble by Claudia Lefeve definitely fit the bill. I’ve read and reviewed Claudia’s previous self-published young adult paranormal works (Travelers series, Darkly Beings), and now she has […]


Crossfades by William Todd Rose – Blog Tour and Giveaway


  Hydra has published solid horror titles this year, and after reading and loving Consumption by Heather Herrman, I dug right in to William Todd Rose’s novella, Crossfades. While novellas can sometimes leave you feeling like there’s something missing, or maybe story isn’t as well developed as it could be with characters that you don’t get to […]