The Rust Maidens by Gwendolyn Kiste Review

The Rust Maidens Something’s happening to the girls on Denton Street. It’s the summer of 1980 in Cleveland, Ohio, and Phoebe Shaw and her best friend Jacqueline have just graduated high school, only to confront an ugly, uncertain future. Across the city, abandoned factories populate the skyline; meanwhile at the shore, one strong spark, and…

Episode 3: Folklore and Horror with a Super Special Guest

In Episode 3 Toni gets to to talk to one of her favorite authors about how folklore and horror intersect; as well as horror books with a folklore element by women. Jen from Book Den stops by to talk about the Rebecca read along. Finally Toni talks about her current reads and new releases.  …

The “Branches” Recap

  There were lots of entries for Branches! It was apparently much easier than “Gloves” was!  Check out some that we really enjoyed! View this post on Instagram #ladiesofhorrorfiction day 11 is Branches and luckily I live in the woods and had the perfect book in mind! 🌲I loved this collection of spooky stories! The…

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…

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…

Claire by Liz Sower Review

Claire by Liz Sower I interview my neighbors in our shockingly haunted town of Wellesley, Massachusetts and I transcribe their stories for my blog Ghosts in the Burbs. Three women told me a horrific tale from their past and in doing so involved me in their horror. You may have heard part of this story…

The “Gloves” Recap

Be sure to check out last week’s prompt One Word Title if you missed our selections from day 9 of the Ladies of Horror Fiction Instagram challenge. The prompt for day 10 was one of the most challenging prompts in the challenge: gloves! Below we highlight our favorite selections from our brave and creative participants!…

Kick Off: Rebecca Readalong

The Ladies of Horror Fiction team is excited to be hosting the first LOHF Community Wide Readalong! Beginning today, November 4, we will be reading Daphne Du Maurier’s classic novel Rebecca. So the second Mrs. Maxim de Winter remembered the chilling events that led her down the turning drive past the beeches, white and naked,…

Author Spotlight: Chris Chelser

    Author Bio I was once a lawyer and a business consultant, until the monsters under my bed insisted my lifetime habit of writing horror stories should be a fulltime one. I thought it best not to argue with those teeth. Since then, I have published several psychological paranormal horror novels, with more on…