Tag: Horror Literature

Creepy Reads: The Toy Thief by D.W. Gillespie

Creepy Reads: The Toy Thief by D.W. Gillespie

Synopsis Jack didn’t know what to call the nameless, skeletal creature that slunk into her house in the dead of night, stealing the very things she loved the most. So she named him The Toy Thief… There’s something in Jack’s past that she doesn’t want to face, an evil presence that forever changed the trajectory … Continue reading Creepy Reads: The Toy Thief by D.W. Gillespie

Creepy Reads: Little Black Spots by John F.D. Taff

Creepy Reads: Little Black Spots by John F.D. Taff

Synopsis HUMANITY IS TARNISHED. First he gave us Little Deaths: The Definitive Edition. Then he unleashed his unique brand of pain in The End in All Beginnings. Now Bram Stoker Award-nominated John F.D. Taff — modern horror’s King of Pain — returns with Little Black Spots. Fifteen stories of dark horror fiction gathered together for … Continue reading Creepy Reads: Little Black Spots by John F.D. Taff

Random Recommendations: Women in Horror Month Edition

Random Recommendations: Women in Horror Month Edition

Welcome to Women in Horror Month at We Who Walk Here, Walk Alone! Throughout February, we will be celebrating the women who make horror the spooky, scary, and sublime genre that we all love. I spend the majority of my time here talking about horror in movies and on television, but there is so much … Continue reading Random Recommendations: Women in Horror Month Edition