[REVIEW] The City Around the World – by Elliot Harper

I was recently introduced to Elliot’s writing during the open call stage for my company’s debut anthology. When I saw him later post about the new cover for his novella, I decided to check out the book while I was at it. Elliot is a great writer, a sorcerer of words. His brand of science…

[REVIEW] The Book of Accidents – by Chuck Wendig

The writing in The Book of Accidents is approachable, as are the fast and furious chapters. The story is intriguing and weird and creepy. There is underlying dread throughout. Though this was my first time reading Wendig, it won’t be my last. You’ll feel influence from the greats again and again, which makes the world…

[MINI REVIEW] Children of Chicago – by Cynthia Pelayo

This story was pretty captivating. It was an easy page turner that sucked you in with ease and kept your attention throughout. I didn’t care for the ending, though, and the editing was absolutely awful (I don’t usually note such things, but I found marks that were in the wrong placement or missing altogether constantly…

[REVIEW] The Hidden by Melanie Golding

The Hidden By Melanie Golding Releases November 2021 Verdict: ⭐⭐⭐1/2 This thriller starts strong and carries its suspense well until the final quarter or so. By the time things were actively happening in present day (the novel jumps around in time every couple chapters), I was starting to tire of the story. There’s a unique…

[REVIEW] Slattery Falls by Brennan LaFaro

4.25/5.0 Slattery Falls is the debut novella from Dead Headspace co-host and reviewer, Brennan LaFaro. Travis, Elsie, and Josh, college kids with a ghost-hunting habit, scour New England for the most interesting haunted locales. Their journey eventually leads them to Slattery Falls, a small Massachusetts town living in the shadow of the Weeks House. The…