Tag: book reviews

Screechers by Kevin J. Kennedy & Christina Bergling

Twins, Denver and Brooklyn, make their way from a home they once knew, while the surviving member of a screecher family sets out to explore the wider world. Unknown to them, the danger that hunts their progress has many teeth, coupled by ferocious appetites.… Continue Reading “Screechers by Kevin J. Kennedy & Christina Bergling”

Penpal by Dathan Auerbach

A man examines his childhood and the bizarre occurrences that seemed unrelated yet told of a bigger story, like the time he awoke in the middle of the woods, or when a first date didn’t go to plan. As he attempts to gain understanding… Continue Reading “Penpal by Dathan Auerbach”

Whispers in the Dark by Laurel Hightower

Rose McFarland has a traumatic past, one that involves a fire that burned her skin, leaving her with scarred flesh to hide from the world. It’s a reminder of the angry spirits that pursued her childhood, of how her sanity was put in jeopardy while… Continue Reading “Whispers in the Dark by Laurel Hightower”