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Houston 175 by Mike Tolson

It's rare to see me reading something other than horror but I found myself falling deeply in love with Houston 175 by Mike Tolson. Houston 175 takes you through the 175 year history of our very own Houston, Texas. Houston 175 features over 300 stunning photos from Houston area archives and photographers.

American Vampire Volume 1

Good Afternoon fellow readers! Today's horrific treat is American Vampire by Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque.

Sorry by Zoran Drvenkar

Hello All! I'm pleased to bring you my newest Horror read, Sorry by Zoran Drvenkar. Sorry is written in multi-person point of view and starts with YOU. Actually, it's not really you, just one of the main characters' point of view but seen through our eyes. We are taken into this point of view and witness a heinous murder.

Horror Goodie Bag

Today I've decided to shower you with a goodie bag of horrific books! First up, Monsters in the Movies by John Landis. Monsters in the Movies showcases various monsters, villains, beasts and ghosts that have played major roles in movies throughout the years.

Anna Dressed in Blood By Kendare Blake

Hey there! I hope that you all have been having a great 2012 so far! 2012 has treated me very well. The library I work at, Barbara Bush Library @ Cypress Creek, just celebrated its 35th birthday. It was a lot of fun and I was so grateful to be a part of the festivities!

Ghostwriter by Travis Thrasher

Good Afternoon fellow Horror lovers! This week's horrific read is Ghostwriter by Travis Thrasher.
In Ghostwriter, we open with horror author Dennis Shore answering his front door to a ghastly yet bloody woman. This woman, whose been badly beaten, warns him that his latest novel should not be released. Dennis is floored by this person because this new book he just happened to steal. Knowing that he's about to publish a stolen manuscript, Dennis continues with the release of Empty Spaces.

Neverland is a scary place!

Good afternoon fellow Horror Buffs! I find that I'm getting really lucky with all the horror novels I've read lately. Every title I pick up seems to be a winner!

No Doors, No Windows

Hey there Horror aficionados! I am excited to share with you Joe Schreiber’s No Doors, No Windows.

The Woman in Black haunts...

Happy New Year to you all! I hope your holiday season was full of fun, happiness and lots of food! I spent my holidays up north and while it was busy, I did take time to read a really great ghost story, The Woman in Black by Susan Hill.

Locke & Key

It's been awhile since my last blog post and for that I apologize. I just couldn't find anything that was worth sharing with you all...until now!

Author Joe Hill is really becoming a favorite of mine. His graphic novel series, Locke & Key, has had my undivided attention for the last week.

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