It begins with a deceptive cry for help. Before it ends, a quiet Detroit suburb's illusion of safety will be shattered forever. From the award-winning, multi-genre author behind the highly lauded The Haunting of Cabin Green and the Alexa Bentley Paranormal Mysteries comes a terrifying psychological thriller that will make you double-check your locks and fear your neighbors. This book … Continue reading New Book Release! ARC readers say “I couldn’t put this book down.”
Happy Women in Horror Month! Whether you're a female working in any aspect of the horror industry or a fan who enjoys the work of horror's creative females, February is always a great month for horror! This year is the 10th Annual celebration of women in horror, and it's been bigger than ever. If you're … Continue reading WIHM, Interviews, and ‘Best of’ Lists
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Kindle copies of The Haunting of Cabin Green are on sale in the US and UK for only 99 cents today! Be sure to grab your copy of the Gothic horror novel that PopSugar, Inquisitr, Ranker, and BoredPanda called one of the 'Best Horror Books of 2018.' Are you ready to meet The Darkness at … Continue reading Gothic Horror Kindle Sale: 99 Cents!
The Haunting of Cabin Green: A Modern Gothic Horror Novel has been featured on Best Horror Books of 2018 lists by PopSugar and The Inquisitr.
Gothic horror shares many elements in common with traditional horror and old-fashioned ghost stories, but it's definitely it's own specific sub-genre. Instead of utilizing lots of gore and a more modern, straight-forward writing approach, Gothic horror concerns itself more with emotions, symbolism, and setting a creepy ambiance. Examples of classic Gothic horror range from Frankenstein and Dracula to The Haunting … Continue reading Gothic Horror Explained: How it’s Different from Standard Horror
We’ve all read haunted house stories before and we’ve all enjoyed a good ol’ fashioned “crazy person” book at one point or another. But what happens when both tropes are mixed together seamlessly and given a breath of fresh air?
The age-old question of whether the main character is dealing with a paranormal experience or insanity gets a refreshing face lift in April A. Taylor’s latest work, The Haunting of Cabin Green. It’s an uncomfortable read, in the most wonderful way possible, as it forces the reader to assess the depths of grief a human can go through while also instilling such a deep, feral fear of the unknown that Shirley Jackson would be proud.
Ben just lost his beloved fiancée Kyra in heartbreaking fashion. To try to heal and piece his life back together, Ben travels to Cabin Green in northern Michigan (which is a real place, by…
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