#FridayReads: My Top 15 Fiction Picks of 2016

Hard to believe another year is already coming to a close. 2016 was an entertaining year for me. I spent time with vicious psychopaths, investigated murders, met people with supernatural abilities, went back in time, experienced heartache, joy, fear, excitement, love, and hatred. Of course, I’m talking about books I’ve read. As I type this, my count for the year is 120. That’s a whole lot of emotional turmoil squeezed into 365 days! Today I’m Read More …

Interview with Author Lacey Crowe – Dark Fiction and Insatiable Curiosity

I’m excited, because today I have an interview with one of my absolute favorite authors! Her name is Lacey Crowe, and she writes dark, wonderfully twisted psychological suspense. Lacey currently has two books out – Apostle and Set in the Woods. If you’ve yet to read them, then go buy them. Really. Then set aside an entire day to read. Trust me, you won’t want to stop once you start. Before we get to the Read More …

#BookReview: SET IN THE WOODS by Lacey Crowe

Jordan, a seventeen-year-old dropout struggling to make ends meet, accepts an offer to act in an independent horror film. He finds himself stranded at the set, an abandoned house tucked deep in the woods, with a mentally deranged director. Published: August 2016 Amazon / Amazon UK / Amazon CA   My Review I am enthralled by the dark depths of Lacey Crowe’s mind. She takes us down winding paths overrun by shadows and, just when Read More …

From A Killer’s Eyes – 5 Must Read Books

Most of us don’t go around killing people. But do you ever wonder what it might feel like to do just that? Would you like to slip inside the mind of a killer, for just a little while? The following books are some of my favorites written from a killer’s perspective. Whether because that’s what they’re paid to do or because that’s what they want to do (or both), the main characters within these pages Read More …

#BookReview – APOSTLE by Lacey Crowe – Dark Psychological Thriller

Benji is plagued with an insatiable need to kill. By artistically displaying the corpses of his victims, he relishes in the belief he is immortalizing them while he feeds his inner monster. But the life of a serial killer is a lonely one, and sixteen-year-old drifter Beth has sparked in him a desire to fulfill the role of pernicious mentor. Benji teaches Beth to harness the thrill of human fear, to dominate, and to kill. Read More …