What are you going to be for Halloween? Guest Post by Joanna Koch

Synopsis Halloween has always gone together with horror. The holiday gives many children their first taste of terror, and the discovery and overcoming of fears. For those who find they love a good scare, that first taste can grow into a voracious appetite. That might be why you’re looking at this book right now. If…

The “Night” Recap

If you missed last week’s “Folklore” prompt, be sure to check out our favorite photos from day 7 of our challenge. The prompt for Day 8 of our Ladies of Horror Fiction Instagram challenge was “Night”. Night proved to be unexpectedly challenging. The most popular selection for the day was Marisha Pessl’s Night Film. View…

Author Spotlight: R. J. Joseph

  Bio R.J. Joseph is a Texas based writer and professor who must exorcise the demons of her imagination so they don’t haunt her being. A life-long horror fan and writer of many things, she has recently discovered the joys of writing in the academic arena about two important aspects of her life: horror and…

Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage Review

  Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage Meet Hanna. She’s the sweet-but-silent angel in the adoring eyes of her Daddy. He’s the only person who understands her, and all Hanna wants is to live happily ever after with him. But Mommy stands in her way, and she’ll try any trick she can think of to get…

The “Folklore” Recap

  If you missed last week’s “Monster” prompt, be sure to check out our favorite photos from day 6 of our challenge. “Folklore” was a hard topic for many of our Ladies of Horror Fiction Instagram challenge participates. We are so glad they rose to the challenge! Here are some of our favorite folklore selections….

Author Spotlight: Jaye Wells

  Bio Jaye Wells is the author of several speculative fiction novels. She is best known for writing urban fantasy with her USA Today bestselling Sabina Kane series and the Prospero’s War series. In 2012, she won the Best Urban Fantasy Reviewers’ Choice Award from RT Book Reviews for Blue-Blooded Vamp, and her novels Dirty…

I Am Not Your Final Girl by Claire C. Holland Review

In horror movies there is always one that girl that fought with everything that she had survive the night and escape. They are normally called final girls. The last girl standing or rather the last girl killed. Horror movies are full of this trope. I Am Not Your Final Girl From Claire C. Holland, a…

Cats Like Cream by Renee Miller Review

Cats Like Cream by Renee Miller It’s okay to watch. Watching hurts no one, as long as you don’t touch. Elwin likes to watch. His position as star employee at a real estate agency gives him plenty of access to the homes of his clients. A camera or two hidden where no one will find…

Episode 1 of the Ladies of Horror Fiction Podcast

In the inaugural episode, Toni introduces you to the Ladies of Horror Fiction organization and the podcast. Take a short journey through the history of horror fiction, learn about our upcoming readalong, get some new release recommendations for October, hear what Toni is currently reading, and get some details regarding the dumpster fire that is…

The “Monster” Recap

  If you missed last week’s “Favorite Color” prompt, be sure to check it out. We had so many beautiful and creative photos featuring favorite bookish colors. Our prompt for day six of the #LadiesofHorrorFiction Instagram challenge was  “Monster”. Monster was the perfect prompt for a lot of instagrammers to showcase their favorite edition of…