Book Blog: Entry 1

Last night I started reading The Patient's Secret by Loreth Anne White. If you have not read any of her books, stop what your doing and correct that. She is an amazing storyteller. She wrote one of my favorite books Beneath Devil's Bridge. She writes in many styles but I love her mystery suspense novels. So far The Patients Secret is very good and mysterious, can't wait to see where it goes.

I just finished reading and reviewing The Secret of Crying Minds by A.L. Berggren you can check out my book review for it


I also pre-ordered a lot of books for my kindle:

Super excited for The Angel Maker by Alex North. I am a huge fan of Alex North his first 2 books where spot on perfect, spooky and very intense. I absolutely loved The Shadows, and The Whisper Man was deep and twisted and perfect. So that is one of my highlights of the year is his third book The Angel Maker coming out on Feb. 28th. Super, super giddy about this one.

Also if your an author and have a book coming out this year, and there is a preorder link on Amazon then let me know because I love to pre-order books for my kindle.

Below are some of the books I pre-ordered for my Kindle:

Churn the Soil by Steve Stred. Huge fan of Steve. Love his reality and persona. Friends on Twitter, great guy, awesome imaginative writer.

Unsolved By Heather Critchlow

Gothic by Philip Fracassi. So looking forward to reading this one.

What Have We Done by lex Finlay

Zero Days by Ruth Ware

The Drift by C.J. Tudor

The Street Between the Pines by J.J. Also, this looks super awesome. Can't wait to explore this one.

Shared by Two by Jon Athan, you can never go wrong with an extreme horror novel by Athan.

Killer (Paperbacks from Hell) by Peter Tonkin

Fun Fair by Sam West

The Last Weekend by Jim Ody

Channel X by Matt Shaw, you always know what your getting into with a Shaw book.

Our Skin of Deadwood by Ash Ericmore

Ai Jiang's Smol Tales From Between Worlds by Ai Jiang

Elin Olausson's Shadow Paths by Elin Olausson

The Sum of Your Flesh by Beverley Lee

Samantha Kolesnik's Lonesome Haunts

Small Mercies by Dennis Lehane

3 Days to Live by James Patterson

Mont Noir by Villi Asgeirsson

You Shouldn't Have Come Here by Jeneva Rose

The Drowning Woman by Robyn Harding

The Chateau by Jaclyn Goldia

The Writing Retreat by Julia Bartz

Count Down by James Patterson

The Soulmate by Sally Hepworth

The Stranger in Our House by Sarah A. Denzil

Tell Me What Really Happened by Chelsea Sedoti

Our Share of Night by Mariana Enriquez

Incel by Matt Duchossoy

Cold Case Corpse by Ash Ericmore

Black Dove by Colin McAdam

Master of Demons by Jay Bower

A Man Among Ghosts by Steven Hopstaken


Also bought some kindle books on the spot for no other reason than just to load my Kindle:


The House of Little Bones by Beverley Lee, been wanting to read this one for a very long time.

100% Match by Patrick C. Harrison 3rd

Guests by Kealan Patrick Burke, Burke is one of my all time favorite writers.

Five Families The Rise, Decline and Resurgence of America's Most Powerful Mafia by Selwyn Raab

Devour by L.A. Larkin and Prey by L.A. Larkin both books sound killer.

Snowball by Gregory Bastianelli

House of Skin by Jonathan Janz

Hearthstone Cottage by Frazer Lee

Second Lives by P.D. Cacek


Something I was super excited in doing was buying all of Jonathan Tripp's books on Kindle: I am a huge fan of his style and imagination. He is a wonderful Social Media persona. I love following him and experiencing his daily post. A beautiful and sexy soul and a down right perfect imaginative story teller. I was happy to purchase his books to load on my kindle, now I can take them with me everywhere I go and spread the love for this indie author for he is a true writer that explores the haunts that he wishes to. I always look forward to another book by Tripp and you should to. If you can, buy his whole collection. I hope to one day own them all in print form.


I purchased:

Massacre At The Ole Farm

Deadly Christmas

Speaking to the Dead

The Girl From Nowhere


Killer Geckos

Sea of Madness

The Unknown

The Girl From Nowhere

Strange Days of John Doe


I visited a book store yesterday and was absolutely shocked at how rude so many people were. I  mean booklovers are supposed to enjoy looking at books and sharing books with others, but every single person I was next to was so high strung or just plain rotten. I don't know if it was the book store or people have just gotten so bad in public. Anyways my point to this little spill is I purchased 3 books. Was super happy to find them in Hardcover and I will say I highly recommend them. If you have not read any of Thomas Tryon's books then you really need to. My 3 favorites, in order Number 1 will always be Lady. Number 2 The Other and Number 3 Harvest Home. 

Well I am going to sign off on this first writing blog entry. I have a book waiting me and a hot cup of tea and a blanket to snuggle. So may your nights and days be filled with wonderful page turning beauty. May your mind be filled to the brim with imagination and my all your journeys be book reading worthy.