31 Days of Halloween: Day 29, Slay’s Big List of Monstrous Music

“Listen to them, the children of the night. What music they make!”

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Book Review: Delia’s Shadow, by Jaime Lee Moyer

Ghosts and their unfinished business, families, relationships play major roles in Jaime Lee Moyer‘s novel Delia’s Shadow. Add on to that the strong urge to right the wrongs of the past and build a better future, and you’ve got yourself a haunting ghost story. The book tells the story of how a young woman’s ability to see and communicate with the dead ultimately affects the lives of those around her. Read More Book Review: Delia’s Shadow, by Jaime Lee Moyer

31 Days of Halloween with Slay, Day 30: What do you believe?

On my grand calendar, today is supposed to be a post about Lily Dale, and the spiritualist community in New York. But as I sit here on my couch with a hurricane roaring up upon us and the grey skies barely visible past the rain, I think that the day deserves something a little more atmospheric. In the background I have on a haunted house movie (Secrets in the Walls, if you have LMN) and next to me I have a book called Ghost Hunters, so I think that we’re going to talk about the supernatural. Read More 31 Days of Halloween with Slay, Day 30: What do you believe?

Book Review: “Sole Possession” by Bryn Donovan

I blame Bryn Donovan for a lot of things:

1. Reading and commenting on my former blog, even in its poorest-written, most insipid days.

2. Encouraging me to polish my writing skills by reviewing her first book, An Experienced Mistress, and interviewing her for said former blog.

3. Here’s the biggie: turning me into a bona fide romance addict. I’d previously disregarded romance and erotica, but An Experienced Mistress was hot. Two years later and I’m still hooked. I even attempted writing erotica – to which she gave thorough and supportive edits.

Damn you, Donovan. Damn you.

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