Book Review: Darkest Hours by Mike Thorn

Darkest Hours Mike Thorn Book Review

Are you looking for a collection of dark and disturbing shorts stories? Check out today’s book review. Blurb Darkest Hours* by Mike Thorn contains some of the most bizarre yet intriguing stories known to man. Published to excellent reviews, it’s one that horror fans won’t want to miss. Review If you are a long-term reader […]

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Book Review: Living Like A Vampire by Jacky Dahlhaus

Happy Halloween! Well, almost. It’s never too soon for a bit of a scare though, right? Good. Living Like A Vampire* by Jacky Dahlhaus is the first part of the Suckers trilogy. It centres around Kate, a school teacher who has just begun her new job and suburban dream life. However, a virus that turns […]

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Interview with Author Theresa Braun

Theresa Braun

It’s been a while since I had an author interview on Joyful Antidotes but I am back with a bang with the talented Theresa Braun. Theresa writes the most wonderful short stories. You may remember her from my past reviews of Dead Over Heels and Hardened Hearts. If you haven’t picked up a copy of […]

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Book Review: Choosing A Master by S M Perlow

Choosing A Master by S M Perlow

I am so into vampires at the moment. I got the Buffy the Vampire Slayer box set for Christmas and the Angel box set for my birthday. And, to top off my recent obsession, I just read a really great vampire story. Choosing a Master by S M Perlow tells the story of three main […]

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Book Review: Storyland: A Terrifying Thriller by Bryan W. Alaspa

Storyland: A Terrifying Thriller by Bryan W. Alaspa

My do I love a good horror story! Yet, I don’t seem to read enough of the genre, hence why you don’t often see horror reviewed here. So, you can imagine how happy I was to be contacted by Emma at The Book Marketing Expert with a story I just couldn’t turn down. Storyland: A Terrifying […]

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Book Review: City of Ghosts by J.H. Moncrieff

For me, City of Ghosts had everything I wanted in a horror story. It was fast-paced, intriguing and chilling and Moncrieff has a way of writing which had me really feeling the tension throughout the story.

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