• Profile: Mona Kabbani

    Mona Kabbani is a horror fan, book reviewer, and writer obsessed with psychology and the human condition. She emulates the conflict of the good versus the bad and all of the in between in her work while providing an entertainingly horrifying experience. She is the creator of Morality in Horror, her signature mark upon the world of gore. Follow her on Instagram @moralityinhorror Join her email list to get updates on upcoming novels. Website Featured Work “Can you hear the bell chime?” A girl suffering from paralyzing night terrors finds a missing poster hanging from the door of her apartment building. On that poster is a photograph of a frighteningly…

  • Ladies of Horror Fiction Awards
    LOHF Awards

    2020 Ladies of Horror Fiction Awards

    The Ladies of Horror Fiction team would like to congratulate all of the 2020 Ladies of Horror Fiction Award recipients. Please join us in celebrating these amazing women and their outstanding works of horror fiction. Best Collection Winner: All That’s Fair, S.H. Cooper Also nominated: Bluebeard’s First Wife, Ha Seong-nanHalloween Season, Lucy A. SnyderLucid Screams, Red LagoeSed de Sangre, V. Castro Best Debut Winner: The Year of the Witching, Alexis Henderson Also nominated: Beneath the Rising, Premee MohamedCatherine House, Elisabeth ThomasFairest Flesh, K.P. KulskiLakewood, Megan GiddingsThe Return, Rachel Harrison Best Graphic Novel Winner: The Low, Low Woods, Carmen Maria Machado (art by Dani) Also nominated: Devil Within, Stephanie Phillips, art…

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    LOHF Award for Best Novella

    The Ladies of Horror Fiction team is pleased to announce the 2020 Ladies of Horror Fiction Award for Best Novella. The Bell Chime by Mona Kabbani “Can you hear the bell chime?” A girl suffering from paralyzing night terrors finds a missing poster hanging from the door of her apartment building. On that poster is a photograph of a frighteningly familiar face. It’s her. Only, she’s never seen this photo before and something about its grin scares her. How its eyes seem to follow her no matter where she finds herself in the room. Over a series of strange events to follow—events that will make her question whether her sanity…

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    Ladies of Horror Fiction Award Nominees

    This month the Ladies of Horror Fiction team has been unveiling the nominees for the 2020 Ladies of Horror Fiction Awards. Please join us in celebrating these amazing women and their outstanding works of horror fiction. We are honored to present to you the entire list of nominees: Nominees Best Collection All That’s Fair, S.H. CooperBluebeard’s First Wife, Ha Seong-nanHalloween Season, Lucy A. SnyderLucid Screams, Red LagoeSed de Sangre, Violet Castro Best Debut Beneath the Rising, Premee MohamedCatherine House, Elisabeth ThomasFairest Flesh, K.P. KulskiLakewood, Megan GiddingsThe Return, Rachel HarrisonThe Year of the Witching, Alexis Henderson Best Graphic Novel Devil Within, Stephanie PhillipsDracula, Motherf**ker, Alex de Campi & Erica HendersonThe Low…

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    LOHF Awards

    LOHF Award Nominees for Best Novella

    The Ladies of Horror Fiction team is pleased to present the 2020 Ladies of Horror Fiction Award Nominees for Best Novella. The nominees are: The Bell Chime, Mona KabbaniBeneath A Bethel, April-Jane RowanCirque Berserk, Jessica GuessCrossroads, Laurel HightowerThe Invention of Ghosts, Gwendolyn KisteThe Worm and His Kings, Hailey Piper The Bell Chime by Mona Kabbani “Can you hear the bell chime?” A girl suffering from paralyzing night terrors finds a missing poster hanging from the door of her apartment building. On that poster is a photograph of a frighteningly familiar face. It’s her. Only, she’s never seen this photo before and something about its grin scares her. How its eyes…

  • What We've Been Reading
    Book Reviews,  Reading Recommendations

    What We’ve Been Reading #88

    Today our team members are sharing three recent and recommended reads with links to complete reviews. All come very highly recommended and we hope you’ll find something you’ll love! Don’t forget to click either tag above to find more books worth your time ♥ Little Feasts by Jules Archer Following her successes from All the Ghosts We’ve Always Had, critically-acclaimed flash fiction writer, Jules Archer, returns to the dinner table with Little Feasts, her debut short story collection. The stories are a table-long buffet of femininity, a lying tree, childhood innocence, toxic masculinity, and a 20-pound cast-iron skillet. Works within have been featured in Five:2: One, SmokeLong Quarterly, Maudlin House, PANK, and more. Goodreads | Amazon…

  • Ladies of Horror Fiction New Releases
    New Release

    March 2021 LOHF New Releases

    Each month the Ladies of Horror Fiction team posts all of the books we are aware of that will be releasing during that month. Please let us know if we missed any new releases so we can add it to the list! Bridge of Souls (Cassidy Blake #3) by Victoria Schwab Where there are ghosts, Cassidy Blake follows … unless it’s the other way around? Cass thinks she might have this ghost-hunting thing down. After all, she and her ghost best friend, Jacob, have survived two haunted cities while travelling for her parents’ TV show. But nothing can prepare Cass for New Orleans, which wears all of its hauntings on…

  • LOHFReadalong,  Reading Recommendations,  Women's History Month

    National Read Across America Day

    The National Education Association established National Read Across America Day in 1998 with a main aim of encouraging children to read. If you love to read and spend a lot of time with books, you may not always consider what a privilege it is to be able to read. But due to a variety of reasons, this isn’t the case for all people. Though 1 in 5 American adults are literate, 52% read at or under a basic level. That means that most of Americans read at under a ninth grade reading level. To put that into perspective, most legally binding contracts are written at or above an eleventh grade…

  • What We've Been Reading
    Book Reviews,  Reading Recommendations

    What We’ve Been Reading #83

    Today our team members are sharing three recent and recommended reads featuring stories by Renee Miller, Mona Kabbani and Hailey Piper. We hope you find something you’ll love! Don’t forget to click either tag above to find more books worth your time ♥ Blood Lake Monster by Renee Miller Maribel Daniels is weeks away from escaping her hometown, but vanishes while walking home from work. The same night, a truck overturns on a bridge, spilling chemicals into the lake and turning the water red.Her sister, Anya, returns years later to find out what happened to Maribel, but every truth she uncovers reveals another lie. When she finally solves the mystery…

  • New Releases—2021

    Here is where you’ll find Goodreads links and release dates for as many novels from our Ladies of Horror Fiction as we can possibly find. Are you a LOHF and have a book coming out? Drop us a line in the comments and we’ll make sure to add your book in! These are listed in release date order. (Be aware that some may be re-releases or new editions.) Anthologies Note: You may see anthologies on here with a male editor. We are still listing these books because they contain stories by women. Title (Links to Goodreads) | Author/Editor | Release Date January Bloodline | Jess Lourey | Jan. 1 Taiping…