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Category Archives: Book review
Horror Addicts loves Tales of Nightmares
Horror Addicts gave Tales of Nightmares, which I edited for the Wily Writers collective, a great review, singling out stories by Angel Leigh McCoy, Jennifer Brozek, and Bill Bodden. My favorite part: “Tales of Nightmares consists of a handful of … Continue reading
Vicious (Villians #1)
Vicious by V.E. Schwab My rating: 5 of 5 stars This may be the angstiest book I’ve ever read, but for me, that’s a good thing. One of the characters says that there are no good guys in this story, … Continue reading
Five Science Fiction Novels that Center on Bisexuality
I grew up thinking that everyone was bisexual. When I came out in the 1980s, I believed that all people were, in varying degrees of self-awareness, lying to themselves about being straight or gay. They just hadn’t met the right … Continue reading
Death: An Oral History
Death: An Oral History by Casey Jarman My rating: 4 of 5 stars The spectrum of people who are interviewed in this book is impressive. They range from someone who’s researching composting humans to a former death row warden who … Continue reading
When I was in high school, I read a book about a woman who was believed to be a witch but was actually just a misunderstood, transplanted girl from Barbados who ended up living with a Puritan family. The book, … Continue reading