Women in Horror Month – J.Q. Davis

BIO: J.Q. Davis is from New Orleans, Louisiana. She and her husband have no human children, but their doggie daughters definitely make up for it. She has a bachelor’s degree in healthcare. The medical world interests her, but writing has always been her true passion. Her other interests include spending time with her incredibly geeky husband, exercising, listening to indie music, watching anything even remotely related to horror, and reading young adult fiction. She is also a video gamer and secretly watches ballet videos on her free time. She is currently working on a paranormal/fantasy novel that will be released … Continue reading Women in Horror Month – J.Q. Davis

Women in Horror Month – Angel M.B. Chadwick

BIO: Hi, my name’s Angel M.B. Chadwick. I’m a mom, published author, publisher, blogger and world traveler. AUTHOR Q&A: When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer? AMBC: When I was thirteen years old and I wrote a short story for my middle school English assignment. My English teacher Ms. Wilson saw my potential and was so impressed with my writing that she bragged on me in class, which made a shy student like me feel good that I was good at something and I got an A+.  I owe it all to Ms. Wilson. Thanks, Ms. … Continue reading Women in Horror Month – Angel M.B. Chadwick

Who is there? Two Tales of the Unknown by Yasir Sulaiman

Who is there? Review:  There are 2 tales in this book, Raziere and Silence.  Raziere focuses on the importance of staying awake during history class and explains why history is so important to us.  Knowing the origins of a civilization help us see how we’ve evolved and hopefully can learn from past mistakes.  In this tale,  Raziere is a trapped soul in a locket that wants to make things right, but he has to travel back to the past to save his people.  After a kid named Bhavan buys the locket off a fisherman he learns about its meaning and … Continue reading Who is there? Two Tales of the Unknown by Yasir Sulaiman