One-Sentence Reviews: My 3rd Quarter 2022 Reads

Can she do it? Can Priscilla write 33 reviews using only one sentence each? Let’s find out! Plotting for Murder by Tamra Baumann is your typical, cute cozy mystery, this time with a love story included, awww. KU. The Box by Scott J Couturier combines contemplative passages with science fiction and horror to produce a … Continue reading One-Sentence Reviews: My 3rd Quarter 2022 Reads

I’m Now a Member of the Kendall Reviews Team!

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!

One Sentence Reviews: My 1st Quarter 2021 Reads

I’m excited to share one-sentence reviews for my top 25 reads of first quarter 2021! (In alphabetical order by author or editor.) Wings & Fire: A horror anthology compiled by Dan Alatorre. There is such a wide variety of stories here, from dystopian to vampires, from not-so-interesting to excellent stories, the latter category making the … Continue reading One Sentence Reviews: My 1st Quarter 2021 Reads