[REVIEW] Greyfriars Reformatory – by Frazer Lee

GREYFRIARS REFORMATORY By Frazer Lee Published by Flame Tree Press Flame Tree has turned me onto many great authors over the last two years, so I’m always eager to read one of their new releases. While Greyfriars Reformatory isn’t a homerun, it does introduce me to an author I would like to read more from…

[REVIEW] Alessa’s Melody – by Jayson Robert Ducharme

ALESSA’S MELODY By Jayson Robert Ducharme Published Independently Alessa’s Melody originally appeared in Come Forth in the Thaw, but has since received new edits and rewrites. To prepare for its reissue, I decided I wanted to read something else of Ducharme’s, seeing as he was a new writer for me. Last week, I picked up…

[REVIEW] Ceremony of Ashes – by Jayson Robert Ducharme

CEREMONY OF ASHES – BY JAYSON ROBERT DUCHARME Ducharme’s reissue of Alessa’s Melody has been promoted a lot on social media lately, catching my eye. So, I decided to check out his work on Amazon, seeing as I hadn’t yet read his writing. Ceremony of Ashes was my top result and only $0.99 for the novella in Kindle format….

[REVIEW] Misfits – by Hunter Shea

5/5 This year, I finally got around to reading some Hunter Shea. I started with Creature, which I had a personal connection with, thanks to the lead character suffering from Ehlers Danlos Disease like myself. I loved that book and was spurred to read more of Shea. Though I wasn’t as enthralled with the title…

[REVIEW] Curse of the Pigman – by Asher Ellis

CURSE OF THE PIGMAN By Asher Ellis Published by Silver Shamrock Publishing I went into Curse of the Pigman without any knowledge of its blurbs or synopsis – that’s how much I trust Silver Shamrock. I will excitedly start reading any of their titles without knowing a damn thing about them. So, here’s what I…