• Ladies of Horror Fiction Instagram Challenge Weekly Recap
    Instagram Challenge

    The “Heart” Recap

    The recap from last week was all about your ‘Recommendations’ so take a second to go check it out if you missed it! Did we change the challenge on you all with all this talk of “hearts” and whatnot?  Absolutely not!  Horror books can have a little heart in them and still be horror!  See some of our favorites from this prompt below. Grumplstiltskin shared this absolutely beautiful photo of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.  This book literally could not happen without a little heart — and some electrical zapping! “At once a Gothic thriller, a passionate romance, and a cautionary tale about the dangers of science, Frankenstein tells the story of committed science…

  • Ladies of Horror Fiction Instagram Challenge Weekly Recap
    Instagram Challenge

    The “One Word Title” Recap

    If  you missed day 8’s prompt of “Night“, be sure to check out our favorite photos of LOHF books related to night. Day 9’s prompt in our Ladies of Horror Fiction Instagram challenge was “One Word Title”. We were excited to still have so much response and participation in the challenge. These were some of out favorite one word title photos. Theliteraryhooker took us back to the Victorian Era with Sarah Pinbourough’s Mayhem.  In this novel we turn our attention to the one and only Jack the Ripper. “Already frustrated in their attempts to capture serial murderer Jack the Ripper, the detectives of Scotland Yard are suddenly confronted with a…

  • Ladies of Horror Fiction Instagram Challenge Weekly Recap
    Instagram Challenge

    The “Monster” Recap

    If you missed last week’s “Favorite Color” prompt, be sure to check it out. We had so many beautiful and creative photos featuring favorite bookish colors. Our prompt for day six of the #LadiesofHorrorFiction Instagram challenge was  “Monster”. Monster was the perfect prompt for a lot of instagrammers to showcase their favorite edition of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein! We made sure to include one of our favorites here along with four other featured monsters. Dlgillis20 was one of the bookstagrammers who showcased Frankenstein in a stunning black and red photo. “Mary Shelley began writing Frankenstein when she was only eighteen. At once a Gothic thriller, a passionate romance, and a cautionary…