A deadly virus known as Captain Trips is tearing its way across America killing almost everyone it touches. The survivors of this government-created plague find themselves drawn towards a Nebraska cornfield and the forces of good while their counterparts assemble in the desert to carry out the whims of Randall Flagg–a mysterious man who is […]
Vampires? Eh. Ghosts? Alright, I guess. Haunted Houses? Been there, done that. But, zombies? I LOVE THEM!
You may wonder how a person can love the undead. Zombies are soulless, slow-moving (for the most part), cannibalistic & gross with a capital G. The primary reason for my infatuation with zombies is that they are […]
Everyone who knows me, either in person or through this blog, knows that I adore Stephen King. A month of horror book recommendations wouldn’t be complete without several of the Master of the Macabre’s novels. So, here is a list of the Top 8 SK Novels* (in my opinion and in no particular order):
I know…I know…it hasn’t been a week and I already missed a day. BUT, seeing as how it was a Sunday that I forgot to post, I’ve decided to forgive myself and mention 2 horror titles today to make up for my lapse.
I’ve mentioned several short story collections and will most likely spend the […]
As a librarian, I am often asked about my reading habits–what was the last book I read, how often do I spend reading, and who my favorite author is. For the record the answers to the previous queries are: Keeping the Moon by Sarah Dessen, about an hour a day (more on days off when […]