I had a delicious list of books to read this past quarter, everything from classic literature to extreme horror. Well, the extreme horror stories weren't so "delicious." I definitely needed a sweet romance palate cleanser after those! Here are my one-sentence reviews for 1st quarter 2022: The Edible Woman by Margaret Atwood. Seriously, Atwood was … Continue reading One-Sentence Reviews: My 1st Quarter 2022 Reads
How fun, I get to read new horror literature and share my thoughts at Kendall Reviews. I already have my first review up. It’s Eric LaRocca’s amazing novella, You’ve Lost a Lot of Blood, a cousin to his popular and controversial Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke. (Aren’t LaRocca’s titles cool?) “He was … Continue reading I’m Now a Member of the Kendall Reviews Team!
All three of today’s ebooks were banned by Kindle. I thought I’d give them some love here, and in the process maybe figure out why they were banned. While the Bombs Fell by Robbie Cheadle and Elsie Hancy Eaton This is an historical biography of Elsie Hancy Eaton’s childhood in the 1940s in Suffolk County, … Continue reading Priscilla Reviews Three Banned Books
Welcome to my quarterly book reviews where I try (and sometimes fail) to write a one-sentence review for each book I read. But wait, I have news! My first standalone story, a Kindle novelette called “The Hay Bale,” will be released January 10, 2022, and is now available for preorder for 99 cents. It will … Continue reading One Sentence Reviews: My 4th Quarter 2021 Reads
Welcome to the third and final day of my interview trilogy for the upcoming Gothic anthology, Among the Headstones: Creepy Tales from the Graveyard, edited by Gothic author Rayne Hall. Full details about the haunting anthology are provided at the end of the interview. But now, let’s chat with Australian-based author Zachary Ashford. Using three … Continue reading Among the Headstones Author Interview: Zachary Ashford
Welcome to day two of my interview trilogy for the upcoming Gothic anthology, Among the Headstones: Creepy Tales from the Graveyard, edited by the wonderful Rayne Hall. Full details about the haunting anthology are provided at the end of the interview. But now, let’s chat with award-winning author Kyla Lee Ward. How do you feel … Continue reading Among the Headstones Author Interview: Kyla Lee Ward