Dark fairy tales are one of my favorite things. I love taking a familiar story, especially one that ends "happily ever after" and, well, making it not end that way. Some of the original fairy tales are pretty horrific on their own, actually.
Retellings are always fun, and I love a fresh take on a classic horror story. Here are a few based on old-school classics and newer classics.
Let's face it: there's something inherently creepy about twins.
Sometimes a movie has the same flavor as a book, or maybe you saw the movie first, the book has a similar taste. Here are just a few YA horror books and their horror movie matches.
Are you looking for more aliens in your horror? Maybe the very idea of an endless void fills you with fear? You've come to the right place.
A few years ago, I did a daily blog post during October, one for each horror movie I watched. This year I'm back to give you some fun themed lists of horror movies and books to fill your Halloween cravings!
Three YA books where tarot cards are used in very different ways...
Here are six trends I'm seeing in YA books with 2019 release dates.
Three books that deal very realistically with the phenomenon of the "boot camp" and how corrupt and dangerous these places truly are.
Kingdom of Ash, more five-star reviews, and year-end totals.