(Share the Horror) Killer Ladies

J.H. Moncrieff penned a fantastic piece with her take on what we in the horror writing business call, Women in Horror Month. You should check it out. Click the link below:


I’d just like to cover a few of the horror of the books and writers I’ve enjoyed or am looking forward to in the coming weeks and months. 


I just happened to have finished RETURN TO DYATLOV PASS by J.H. Moncrieff.  That was a yeti in the mountains blast. I definitely recommend checking it out, and I have her Flame Tree Press book, THOSE WHO CAME BEFORE, lined up to be read very soon.

At the moment, I am reading THE TWISTED ONES by T. Kingfisher and it has some serious creepy promise! I’m also trying to read THE LUMINOUS DEAD by Caitlin Starling, but this one is not doing it for me. It has a cool cover, though.

I didn’t even plan this out (reading two books by ladies of horror), they just happened to be the books that called to me at the end of last month.



A few other books on my radar for the coming months are TRUE CRIME by Samantha Kolesnik, THE INVENTION OF GHOSTS by Gwendolyn Kiste, INVISIBLE CHAINS by Michelle Renee Lane, and Tapetum Lucidum by the Sisters of Slaughter (Michelle Garza & Melissa Lason)



I don’t need it to be February to pick up a good horror book from a female writer, and you shouldn’t either.  Celebrate our ladies of horror all year.

And seriously, can I have my new Sarah Langan, Kristin Dearborn, and Heather Herrman books already?

Rock on!

One response to “(Share the Horror) Killer Ladies”

  1. I’ve read Invisible Chains, and I enjoyed Lane’s prose and the story very much. I thought the ending felt too much like a setup for a series, but that’s okay because it was still a great book. I’m glad to hear Return to Dyatlov Pass is good. I’ve been wanting to read that one.

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