• Ladies of Horror Fiction Instagram Challenge Weekly Recap
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    The “Villain” Recap

    Who is the first villain that pops to mind when you think of books? For a lot of us it could be Lord Voldemort, Sauron, Randall Flagg, Dracula, and so on.   But thanks to this prompt we were able to find out about so many others! (Psst: Miss last week’s recap of “Heart”? Check it out here.) View this post on Instagram My next Night Worms read sounds *super* interesting. The promo on the back says… “Bridget Jones meets the Exorcist” 😂😂😂 I gotta say, ‘nuff said ✋🏼 This book is also for the #ladiesofhorrorfiction prompt today “villain”. That wicked antagonist being cancer. Eff cancer. Our main character in this…

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    The Shining Girls by Lauren Beukes Review

    The Girl Who Wouldn’t Die Hunts the Killer Who Shouldn’t Exist The future is not as loud as war, but it is relentless. It has a terrible fury all its own. Harper Curtis is a killer who stepped out of the past. Kirby Mazrachi is the girl who was never meant to have a future. Kirby is the last shining girl, one of the bright young women, burning with potential, whose lives Harper is destined to snuff out after he stumbles on a House in Depression-era Chicago that opens on to other times. At the urging of the House, Harper inserts himself into the lives of the shining girls, waiting…

  • Ladies of Horror Fiction Instagram Challenge Weekly Recap
    Instagram Challenge

    The “Murder” Recap

    Did you miss our previous post? Check out our “Oh God, Mother!” recap. MURDER RECAP!  Well, that sounds ominous, doesn’t it? But we have to say, the Ladies really brought their A-game.  Not like we expected anything less, but these books below are some that we especially loved! View this post on Instagram Murder for day 17 of #ladiesofhorrorfiction Nonfiction about a man so evil and twisted it reads and feels like fiction. I've always been fascinated by real-life monsters and that's made me a "weirdo," so it's nice to see true crime having a sort of resurgence and more people discovering the great Ann Rule. I like to think…