HAUNTINGS ~ Alone in the Dark


HAUNTINGS ~ Alone in the Dark

There are the places that make our blood run cold. We fear them, yet we are also drawn to them trying to understand what lies beyond this world. Join me as we explore these hauntings.

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Get your 'creepy' on! Turn the lights down, the volume up. Ash: Return Of The Beast is waiting for you.

Wanna see something really creepy???It's here! Drop everything and settle back for a good cup o' creepy. Parts 1, 2 and 3 of the audio/visual readings from the supernatural/occult crime thriller,…Continue

Tags: revelation, paranormal, demons, underworld, detective

Started by Gary Val Tenuta Jul 6, 2012.

Do you believe in "Magick", with a "k"?

"Magick" is spelled with a "k" to differentiate it from "magic". The latter most commonly refers to stage magic, the kind of entertainment provided by the likes of Chris Angel, David Copperfield and…Continue

Tags: revelation, paranormal, demons, underworld, detective

Started by Gary Val Tenuta Feb 10, 2012.

Sick!! Please Help Me!!

I found out today that I have cervical cancer. My insurance wil pay for all but 2600.00. I have to pay the rest of it in advance before they'll start the treatment. I have severe rhumitoid arthritis…Continue

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Comment by Vagabondage Press on June 30, 2015 at 6:45am

New Released from UK Author Van Andrew

The Shadows of Tarnside Hall

Classic Gothic Tale


info@vagabondagepress.comfor complementary review copies.

Escaping from her drab life in post-war Manchester, Eleanor Barfield questions her instincts when she first sets eyes on Tarnside Hall. Brooding over its secrets, the home of Dr. Levens stands remote and forbidding on the Coniston Fells, warning Eleanor to come no further. 

An exciting new job and luxurious living prove too much of a temptation: Eleanor embarks on her role as the doctor’s secretary. 

Winter closes in. The shadows of Tarnside Hall decide it’s time to play with the new arrival. 

Comment by Lori on October 29, 2013 at 3:55pm

Please drop by Psychotic State Book Reviews to read about and discuss Victorian mourning etiquette and mentality with guest blogger, author Stephanie Carroll!

Comment by Kayla and Cyna on August 25, 2013 at 3:02am

It's that time of year, it seems! In honor of the City of Bones movie release, we're checking out the first book in the Mortal Instruments series. How does it stack up? Is the writing any good? And where does Harry Potter fit in to all this?!? Find out in our review of City of Bones at the brand-new You're Killing Us!


Then over at Papercuts Podcast, we're taking at look at the Catching Fire, How I live Now, and Vampire Academy trailers. Check out our Trailer Talk, Round 2 Podcast!

Comment by Kayla and Cyna on January 28, 2013 at 9:56pm

This is it, the last book in a truly vile trilogy. Is there a light at the end of the tunnel? Can it redeem itself?




Come find out why this is one of the worst YA series currently being published in our review of The Goddess Inheritance at You're Killing Me.

Comment by Kayla and Cyna on July 11, 2012 at 2:10am

We loved Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit, but with a new cast, new setting, and completely new storyline, can the sequel ever live up?


Find out in our review of Moribito II: Guardian of the Darkness at You're Killing Me.

Comment by Kayla and Cyna on July 9, 2012 at 9:30pm

This week we're looking at Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit, a Japanese fantasy book by Nahoko Uehashi.


Female bodyguard, water spirits, and a whole lot of spearfighting? HELL YEAH?


Come find out what makes this book so amazing in our review of Moribito at You're Killing Me.

Comment by Kayla and Cyna on June 8, 2012 at 7:57pm

Deju-vu! Two and a half years later, Kayla and I take a look at one of our biggest reviewing regrets - and take on a massive retrospective project as penance.


Yes folks, we're going back to the House of Night series. Join us in the first of our three-part review of the first installment in the series, Marked - rest assured, there'll be plenty of rage, plenty of snark, and plenty of gifs!

Comment by Kayla and Cyna on March 3, 2012 at 10:12pm

This week we look at Bloodrose, the final book in Andrea Cremer's Nightshade trilogy. Can this installment finally become the amazing book the last two have had the potential to be?


Would our review be this long if it had?


Find out in our review of Bloodrose at You're Killing Me.

Comment by Kayla and Cyna on February 7, 2012 at 9:42pm

This week we take on the dreaded Beastly, and find ourselves kinda surprised...and kinda not.


Come find out why in our review of Beastly by Alex Flinn at You're Killing Me.


And stay tuned for our forthcoming review of the movie adaptation!

Comment by Kayla and Cyna on December 15, 2011 at 9:59pm

This week we take a look at Audrey Hart's Dig, which was almost the book that The Goddess Test should have been.




Come and find out why in our review at You're Killing Me.


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