End of the Year Book Tag

The Ladies of Horror Fiction team was tagged by our member Cat over on her blog Red Lace Reviews to complete the End of the Year Book Tag. Emily has shared her thoughts below regarding her end of the year reading: 1. Are there any books you started this year that you need to finish?…

Husk by Rachel Autumn Deering Review

  Husk by Rachel Autumn Deering In this all-too-real work of horror fiction, Rachel Autumn Deering explores the mind of a young man who is struggling to cope with the effects of post-war stress, drug addiction, self-doubt, and loneliness as they manifest themselves into his deepest, darkest fears. Kevin Brooks returns to his rural Kentucky…

The “The Road” Recap

If you missed last week’s short stories prompt, be sure to check it out here! I know people struggled with this one, because I think everyone automatically thinks of Cormac McCarthy’s The Road. However, it didn’t have to be a literal road. It could be a journey of self-discovery. It could be on the ‘road’…

Behind The Door by Mary SanGiovanni Review

Behind The Door Occult specialist Kathy Ryan returns in this thrilling novel of paranormal horror from Mary SanGiovanni, the author of Chills. Some doors should never be opened . . . In the rural town of Zarepath, deep in the woods on the border of New Jersey and Pennsylvania, stands the Door. No one knows…

The “Short Stories” Recap

If you missed last’s week vampire prompt, be sure to check it out. There were a lot of great vamps including Anne Rice and more. What qualifies as a short story? Our short story prompt generated a lot of discussion including what actually qualifies as a short story. We loved seeing the various short fiction…

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.  …

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…