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

    What We’re Reading #67

    We have several new recent reads to share with you today. We have a fun-filled slasher, a timeless reprint of a ’70s novel, and a gorgeous gothic suspense novel. We hope you find your new favorite book and don’t forget to click either tag above to find more good books ♥  Cirque Berserk by Jessica Guess The summer of 1989 brought terror to the town of Shadows Creek, Florida in the form of a massacre at the local carnival, Cirque Berserk. One fateful night, a group of teens killed a dozen people then disappeared into thin air. No one knows why they did it, where they went, or even how…

  • LOHFReadalong

    Rebecca Readalong: Week 1

    It’s the end of Rebecca week 1! We have been so thrilled to see all of the comments and Instagram posts throughout the week. If you haven’t started reading Rebecca, you still have plenty of time. You can view our entire readalong schedule here. Please be aware this post will contain spoilers for the first 8 chapters of Rebecca. The LOHF team has come up with some discussion questions, and we’d love to hear your thoughts as well! Discussion 1. The first 5 chapters are not what one might think of as “horror”, but how is Du Maurier setting the stage for possible gothic horror elements in the coming chapters?…

  • Her Dark Inheritance by Meg Hafdahl

    Author Spotlight: Meg Hafdahl

    Author Bio Horror and suspense author Meg Hafdahl was raised in both British Columbia and Minnesota. A member of the esteemed Horror Writers Association, her female driven horror stories have been produced for audio by The Wicked Library, and have appeared in anthologies such as Spider Road Press’ Eve’s Requiem: Tales of Women, Mystery and Horror. Her first short story collection, Twisted Reveries: Thirteen Tales of the Macabre was released by Inklings Publishing in 2015. Twisted Reveries Volume II: Tales from Willoughby arrived in 2016, and Meg’s debut horror novel, Her Dark Inheritance, released in March 2018. She is also the co-host of the podcast Horror Rewind and a regular…