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Sadie Hartmann
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A smalltown girl with big vision
A smalltown girl with big vision

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Mother Horror's Anticipated Reads in 2019
2019 is going to be a stellar year for horror. I can feel it in my old lady witch bones. Here is a list of books I'm excited to read in the coming year. I've already started this one... I have two stories left. Stay tuned for my review coming on Cemetery Da...
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Inkshares Horror Contest 2018 and Interview with Previous Winner: Scott Thomas
Inkshares is hosting their annual Horror Contest. It started 10/8 and it runs through until 12/14 They have everything you need to know about the contest on their WEBSITE But I think this is particularly noteworthy: "What   is   the   purpose of this contes...
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Of Dark Origins
When I was a little girl, my favorite reward for a job well done was when my parents would take me to our local bookstore and let me pick out a new book. The children's section was a down a narrow staircase and at the back of the store. The owners had a who...
Of Dark Origins
Of Dark Origins
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50 Great Horror Books (that I've read) by Sadie Hartmann aka Mother Horror
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Horror Boxes: How I Review Books
In a recent review, I was fervently typing out my feelings when I noticed I had said this line, "This book lacked something for my heart. It checked all the horror boxes and all the technical merit boxes but there wasn't anything for my heart box." I was re...
Horror Boxes: How I Review Books
Horror Boxes: How I Review Books
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Author Interview: Jeremy R. Johnson
I saw this cover on a friend's #bookstagram feed on Instagram and I knew that I wanted this book. Not only does the design speak to me but I'm a rabid fan of short story collections. Lucky me, my friend sent it to me! Thanks Emily ! So I put this on the top...
Author Interview: Jeremy R. Johnson
Author Interview: Jeremy R. Johnson
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My Ten Favorite Fictional Characters
1. Ben Hanscom- IT, Stephen King The kid hung out in the library for fun. Of course I love Ben. Plus he was the underdog. I love his grownup character. Big Ben fan, here. I'd love for Chris Pratt to play him in Part 2 of the IT movie.  2.  Miriam Black- The...
My Ten Favorite Fictional Characters
My Ten Favorite Fictional Characters
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Mother Horror's Top Ten List of Literary Villains
It's a well known fact that I don't watch horror, I read it, so I can't pick villains from movies or book adaptations--I'm just picking the villains I loved to hate in the horror books I've read. So the criteria is books that I've read and based on the actu...
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Danger! Horror Books Dead Ahead!
One only has to walk into my new, small house in order to learn a very important fact: There's a reader in this home. My husband built these amazing bookshelves for me that take up an entire wall and then even stretch across the top of the entryway into our...
Danger! Horror Books Dead Ahead!
Danger! Horror Books Dead Ahead!
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Author Interview: Jason Pellegrini
You know, in all honesty, as a reader/reviewer, it's always a little nervy when you read a book by an independent author that is very present on social media. I mean, what if I hate it?? What if I can't even finish it? (This has actually happened and the au...
Author Interview: Jason Pellegrini
Author Interview: Jason Pellegrini
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