Feast of Chaos by Christian A Brown Menos has been destroyed. No corner of the realm of Geadhain is safe from the Black Queen’s hunger. Zionae—or the Great Dreamer, as she has been called in ancient tongues—has a thirst that cannot be quenched until all of Geadhain burns and bleeds. She preys on the minds […]
Hosted by Bibliophile By the Sea, Tuesday Intros shares the first paragraph of a book I’m currently reading, which at the moment, is another horror book, A God in the Shed by J-F Dubeau. So far, it’s really good and I can’t wait to get to the meat of things!
This book hit all of my buttons, in the best way possible! Greener Pastures by Michael Wehunt is a wonderful collection of short stories that creep their way out of the horror genre and into Southern Gothic and New Weird. Every single story creates and maintains its own sense of unease, while also building upon and blending into the overarching feeling that ties everything together, the visceral and oppressing wilderness.
Greener Pastures by Michael Wehunt is a short story collection that touched my very bones. I was swept away by the Southern Gothic horror stories, the eeriness and unease. And so, in an effort to translate that very same feeling into music to keep the book’s feeling alive, I created this small playlist of wilderness and loss.
Being six months into 2017, I thought it’d be a fun thing to take a look back at what my favorite books of the year so far have been. I haven’t read as many as I would have liked, and unfortunately, I’ve read even fewer that I’ve loved. These all just happened to also be new releases, which isn’t something I had in mind when I went through my list. Though they’re all fairly different from each other, I think they’re pretty good representations of what my reading habits have been, and what I’m looking for this year.
Now, in order of release date…
Top Five Wednesday is a weekly book meme hosted by Lainey and Samantha over on the T5W goodreads group. This week’s prompt was:
Tell us your favorite relationships that don’t involve the protagonist!
So this is a fun topic! I love shipping side characters because oftentimes, I find that I’m so much more attracted to the minor characters than the main ones. In no particular order…
Hosted by Bibliophile By the Sea, Tuesday Intros shares the first paragraph of a book I’m currently reading, which at the moment, is Greener Pastures by Michael Wehunt, a really great spooky read with really vivid imagery.
While I love fantasy the most as a genre, I have a real strong affinity for all things family drama. Dark family secrets that tear families apart and leave either the reader or a new generation to uncover the twisted past that scarred every generation proceeding. Gothic Americana, a genre I truly hold dear to my heart, yet struggle to find good, recent representation from. Silver and Salt by Elanor Dymott, though not American, does succeed at capturing the very feeling I search for.