Excerpt: “Still” by Camilla Monk

March 6, 2018 The Librarian 0

  Still Camilla Monk Publication date: February 28th 2018 Genres: New Adult, Paranormal, Urban Fantasy It always started like this, a pulse inside me, like a warning before the tide surged, roared… and froze everything. Twenty-year old Emma just landed in Rome, to find the father who walked out of her life more than a decade ago and was too busy eating pizza to call. Traveling with her is a secret she’s carried alone since [READ MORE]

WiHM: Tune in to the GLHC’s Annual State of the Scary Ladies Round-table Chat

February 28, 2018 The Librarian 0

It may be the final day of Women in Horror Month, but here in the Library we’re not quite done yet. The Great Lakes Horror Company has just dropped its annual WiHM round-table, in which we take a serious but lively look at the state of the genre when it comes to writing while female. This year, we’re joined by horror journalist Leslie Hatton, HWA President and author Lisa Morton, and author Morgan Sylvia. Tune [READ MORE]

WiHM: Writing Horror While Female with Gwendolyn Kiste, Jemiah Jefferson and H.R. Boldwood

February 27, 2018 The Librarian 0

Women in Horror Month may be entering its final days, but we still have two more round-tables for you here in the Library. In our first, authors Jemiah Jefferson (Fiend, A Drop of Scarlet), Gwendolyn Kiste (And Her Smile Will Untether the Universe) and H.R. Boldwood talk about their work and writing scary stories while female, and tell us all about the tough chicks – both real and fictional – we should have our eyes [READ MORE]

WiHM interview: Loren Rhoads takes us through the gates of the cemetery

February 22, 2018 The Librarian 0

It’s been a busy February behind the scenes in the Library, so we weren’t able to do as much Women in Horror Month coverage/celebration as we would have liked, but we did get a chance to chat up one of our favourite authors, Loren Rhoads, who probably knows more about cemeteries and cemetery tourism than all of us combined. Need more persuasion? What if I told you she’s written Death’s Garden: Relationships with Cemeteries, 199 [READ MORE]