This essay is taken in part from Episode 14 of the Spooky Stitches podcast, where we talk knitting and ghost stories. If you want to see more content like this, please check out the podcast, or the Patreon, where stories like this are posted regularly, often before they show up here on the blog. Today,… Continue reading The New England Vampire Panic
St. Philip's Church in Charleston is home to the oldest congregation in the city, established in 1838. It boasts a soaring bell tower and columns in addition to a stone and iron fence surrounding both it's graveyards--yes, that's right, it has two. One, adjacent to the church, is (historically) for those of old Charleston families,… Continue reading Susan’s Ghost
The Books 10. Boys Don't Knit by T.S. Easton 11. And I Darken by Kiersten White 12. Going Postal by Terry Pratchett 13. Biting Cold by Chloe Neill 14. Aspergirls: Empowering females with Asperger Syndrome by Rudy Simone DN I only read 5 books in February, but it's been a busy month. Honestly, I loved all… Continue reading February Wrap Up
Are you excited? I am. The third and final book in the Evie Cappelli series will be out next year. If you're a member of my mailing list or my Patreon, then you already knew that. In fact, this would be old news to you. But, if you're not, never fear (and don't forget to sign… Continue reading Moreau House Release Date and Cover Reveal!
Halloween is my favorite holiday, and what better way to celebrate than with some spooky, creepy books? If you want the synopsis of each of these books, just click on the title to see the Goodreads page. Dracula--A classic. Can you even have a list like this without it? The Yellow Wallpaper--Creepy. Psychological. Feminist. What… Continue reading Spooky Books for October