A Shining In The Shadows by Beverley Lee Review

A Shining In The Shadows Gabriel Davenport has been remade from darkness. Now, he must adapt to survive . In a small seaside town, Gabriel’s maker unwittingly takes his wards into the throes of a deadly new game. There are rumblings on The Bloodvyne, the mental web of linked vampire consciousness. Whispers about a cleansing,…

The “Vampires” Recap

If you missed last week’s “branches” prompt, be sure to check out it. We selected some gorgeous photos! Well, we suppose it was inevitable that this day would bring on a lot of Anne Rice. Yet again we tried to choose only one from her and spread the love to other vampire writers in the…

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.  …

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…

Black Magic Women Edited by Sumiko Saulson

If you are looking to increase the diversity in your horror reading this is an amazing place to start. This anthology will introduce you to some really amazing authors. Black Magic Women: Terrifying Tales by Scary Sisters Imagine horror where black characters aren’t all tropes and the first to die; imagine a world written by…

The “One Word Title” Recap

  If  you missed day 8’s prompt of “Night“, be sure to check out our favorite photos of LOHF books related to night. Day 9’s prompt in our Ladies of Horror Fiction Instagram challenge was “One Word Title”. We were excited to still have so much response and participation in the challenge. These were some…

Tide of Stone by Kaaron Warren Review

  Tide of Stone by Kaaron Warren The Time-Ball Tower of Tempuston houses the worst criminals in history. Given the option of the death penalty or eternal life, they chose eternal life. They have a long time to regret that choice. Lilyn’s Review Maybe it’s fitting, considering the subjects of this story, that it took…

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…

Cover Reveal for Soul Seekers Books 6 and 7 by Alice J Black

We had a slightly unusual request here at the LOHF for a cover reveal. Two book covers for the price of one. But have a look at these covers!! Blurb Soul Seekers Book 6: Murder on the Sapphire Bay Blurb: After securing her first few cases with her new business, Soul Seekers, Peyton decides she…

The “Favorite Color” Recap

“Favorite Color” was a fun prompt in the Ladies of Horror Fiction Instagram challenge because it meant we were liable to see almost anything, and see almost everything we did. This prompt allowed people to really put together some gorgeously coordinated photos. Today we are sharing some of our favorite selections from the Favorite Color…