• Young Adult and Middle Grade Horror Spotlight
    YA and MG Horror

    YA/MG Horror Spotlight November 2020

    The Ladies of Horror Fiction team is putting a spotlight on Young Adult and Middle Grade horror each month. Below we are featuring the books that were released in November as well as what our team has been reading and reviewing. Young Adult New Releases This Is Not a Ghost Story by Andrea Portes I am not welcome. Somehow I know that. Something doesn’t want me here. Whatever this is, it is saying to me in a voice that cannot be heard but only felt: Get out. Daffodil Franklin has plans for a quiet summer before her freshman year at college, and luckily, she’s found the job that can give…

  • LOHF Monthly Recap
    Monthly Recap

    October 2020: Monthly Recap

    The Ladies of Horror Fiction team kicked off our month of “Horror Adjacent” by celebrating Latinx Heritage Month. We spent our Friday nights celebrating horror movies directed by women (as well as the new adaptation of Rebecca). Emily also shared her experience of attending Fantastic Fest 2020 online. A big thank you to Madeleine D’este, Mary SanGiovanni, and Jennifer Anne Gordon for their guest posts! If you missed these posts, the October new releases, or any of our review round ups in October, you can find them below! News and Announcements October 2020 LOHF New ReleasesEach month the Ladies of Horror Fiction team posts all of the books we are…

  • LOHF Monthly Recap
    Monthly Recap

    September 2020: Monthly Recap

    Thank you so much to the entire community for helping us celebrate our anniversary throughout the month of September! Thank you again to Steve Stred, Laurel Hightower, Andrew Cull, Cemetary Gates Media, Sonora Taylor, S.H. Cooper, Ben Walker, and anonymous donors for their incredible generosity in funding this year’s grants. And thanks also go out to Nico Bell for taking part in our interview; Jo Kaplan, Lana Popovic, Ellen Avigliano, and Jennifer Anne Gordon for allowing us to host your amazing guest posts; and Gabrielle S. Awe for showing us your shelves this month! September was such a wonderful anniversary month, and we are so grateful to you all. If…

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

    What We’re Reading #55

    Here are three titles that we hope become future favorites for everyone (if they aren’t already!) Food Fright by Nico Bell High school junior Cassie Adler just wanted the bullying to stop. She thought gaining a spot on the varsity soccer team would whip up instant friends, but it isn’t until the popular girls need Cassie’s help that they acknowledge her presence. Cassie reluctantly agrees to participate in a prank that turns sour fast. Now with blood on their hands, she and the popular girls race to cover their tracks. But something savage knows what they’ve done, and it’s hungry for revenge. Can Cassie redeem herself before it’s too late,…

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

    What We’re Reading #51

    Treat yourselt to some new books! Here are a few recommendations to get you started. River of Souls by T. L. Bodine Undeath is a manageable condition. That’s what the media says, anyway: with the help of the miracle life-extension drug, Lazarus, the Undead can retain their humanity and live normal, happy lives. Without it, they become violent, mindless walking corpses. Davin Montoya was eager to believe all of that. Forced to drop out of college to take care of his teenage sister, Zoe, after their father drank himself to death, he was more than happy to sign the no-good alcoholic over to the government’s Lazarus House for treatment. That…

  • LOHF Monthly Recap
    Monthly Recap

    April 2020: Monthly Recap

    If you missed this month’s new releases, announcements, or any of the amazing books we’ve read and reviewed recently, you can find them all below! News and Announcements April 2020 LOHF New ReleasesEach month the Ladies of Horror Fiction team posts all of the books we are aware of that will be releasing during that month. Congratulations Bram Stoker Award Winners!The Ladies of Horror Fiction team would like to congratulate all of the amazing women who took home Bram Stoker Awards! We are so happy to celebrate your achievements! Reviews What We’re Reading #45 What We’re Reading #46 What We’re Reading #47 Special Topics YA/MG Horror Spotlight May 2020Check out…

  • LOHF Monthly Recap
    Monthly Recap

    March 2020: Monthly Recap

    The Ladies of Horror Fiction team hopes you all are healthy and safe. If you missed this month’s new releases, our readalong selection for April, or any of the amazing books we’ve read and reviewed recently, you can find them all below! New Releases March 2020 LOHF New ReleasesEach month the Ladies of Horror Fiction team posts all of the books we are aware of that will be releasing during that month. April Readalong Selection April Readalong SelectionThe Ladies of Horror Fiction Goodreads Group selected The Toll by Cherie Priest as our April readalong selection. Reviews What We’re Reading #41 What We’re Reading #42 What We’re Reading #43 What We’re…

  • LOHF Monthly Recap
    Monthly Recap

    February 2020: Monthly Recap

    This month the Ladies of Horror Fiction team celebrated Women in Horror Month and Black History Month. Thank you so much to V. Castro, Kathleen Kaufman, Jennifer Barnes, Annie Neugebauer, Jessica Guess, and R.J. Joseph for joining us this month with some amazing guest posts. Be sure to check those out below! And thank you to Stephanie M. Wytovich for sharing her shelves with us this month. Be sure to check out all of our reviews and features from February! Reviews What We’re Reading #37 What We’re Reading #38 What We’re Reading #39 What We’re Reading #40 News and Announcements February 2020 LOHF New ReleasesEach month the Ladies of Horror…

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

    What We’re Reading #39

    It’s time to add more books to your pile! Who am I kidding? It’s always time to add more books to your pile. Here are a few recommend reads to get you started. Mary Shelley Makes A Monster by Octavia Cade All our monsters are mirrors. And when Mary Shelley’s monster—built from her life rather than her pen, born out of biography instead of blood—outlives its mother, that monster goes looking for a substitute. But all the monster really knows of women is that women write, and so the search for a replacement takes it first to Katherine Mansfield, and then to other women who know what mutilated things can…

  • LOHF Monthly Recap
    Monthly Recap

    January 2020: Monthly Recap

    This month the Ladies of Horror Fiction team made several exciting announcements regarding our plans for Women in Horror Month. Be sure to check those out below! We also took a deep dive into Japanese horror with books in translation and a look at Japanese horror films. Be sure to check out all of our reviews and features from January! Reviews What We’re Reading #33 What We’re Reading #34 What We’re Reading #35 What We’re Reading #36 News and Announcements January 2020 LOHF New ReleasesEach month the Ladies of Horror Fiction team posts all of the books we are aware of that will be releasing during that month. A Bloody…