Creepy, Stabby, and Mentally Odd – A Review


I was lucky enough to receive an advanced copy of Creepy, Stabby, and Mentally Odd — which comes out TODAY, btw! — and I was surprised by what I found. This was my first excursion into the work and world of Wednesday Lee Friday and I’m not going to lie: I’m impressed. Creepy, Stabby, andContinue reading “Creepy, Stabby, and Mentally Odd – A Review”

Of Nightmares, There Will be Plenty: A Review of Burnt Offerings by Robert Marasco


Marian Rolfe desperately wants to spend the sunny season away from the city, and the summer rental she finds advertised is everything she’s looking for. Her husband, Ben, is initially against it, but she eventually talks him into it. After giving the place a look and meeting its very odd owners, Marian and Ben eventuallyContinue reading “Of Nightmares, There Will be Plenty: A Review of Burnt Offerings by Robert Marasco”

The Crimson Corset is on its way … in paper!


In just a few days, THE CRIMSON CORSET will be available in paperback. For now, you can buy it in ebook format at Amazon. “Alistair Cross’ new novel THE CRIMSON CORSET … is taut and elegantly written taking us into the realms where the erotic and the horrific meet. Reminiscent of the work of SheridanContinue reading “The Crimson Corset is on its way … in paper!”

REVIEW: The Ghosts of Ravencrest


Here’s a review from The Ghosts of Ravencrest, available now! NOVEMBER 21, 2015 by TINA WILLIAMS **REVIEW** ~ The Ghosts of Ravenscrest (The Ravencrest Saga Book 1), by Tamara Thorne and Alistair Cross Modern Gothic #Erotica #Horror #Paranormal Adult/18+ Read This is another lust filled and downright scary read from the pens of these two veryContinue reading “REVIEW: The Ghosts of Ravencrest”

ETERNITY


Hello, Cross Talkers, Although I don’t do book reviews, I would occasionally like to recommend a book I’ve read that left a strong impression on me; whether it’s one of those novels that inspired me to write my own books, or a story that just charmed the pants off me for one reason or another. That said, Eternity by Tamara Thorne heads thatContinue reading “ETERNITY”