• Dark family history collides with gothic fantasy in A.G. Slatter’s All The Murmuring Bones

    Dark family history collides with gothic fantasy in A.G. Slatter’s All The Murmuring Bones

    Long ago, the O’Malleys prospered, striking a deal with the mer to secure their ships as they made their fortune. But the O’Malleys have failed to live up to their end of the bargain, and Mirin’s grandmother, Aoife, must find a new way to save the family. Sacrificing a child of each generation to the mer in exchange for their continued survival, Aoife, it seems, is willing to start up the O’Malley tradition once more. But it isn’t the creatures of the deep she’ll be appeasing, and the threat to Mirin’s safety is distinctly more human in form.

  • Vengeful spirits roam 19th century Paris in Antonia Rachel Ward’s Marionette

    Vengeful spirits roam 19th century Paris in Antonia Rachel Ward’s Marionette

    In fin de siècle Paris, Cece Dulac is the talk of the town. Hoping to start a new life in the vibrant city, she takes to the stage as an exotic dancer, drawing in the crowds and raking in big money for the Comte de Sevigny. But when the mesmerist Rossignol invites her to take part in one of his famous seances, Cece leaps at the opportunity for more. Buoyed by best friend Rosie, their first performance is powerful and erotically charged. But when the lights go up and the audience disperses, something… no, someone remains. And Cece may not be able to control her.

  • A Fresh Start!

    A Fresh Start!

    So a few weeks back, I decided I needed to streamline my focus when it came to my blog, YouTube, and Bookstagram. I read and play a pretty diverse range of genres, but I kinda wanted to find more of a niche – hence the refresh!