Book Review: POEMS OF MY NIGHT by Cynthia Pelayo

Confession time: I still feel unsure when it comes to reviewing poetry. Aside from assigned reading in school, it’s not something that I’ve sought out over the years. There were definitely poems that I enjoyed, but I always felt like I just didn’t “get it”. In the past year, I’ve read more poetry than ever, … Continue reading Book Review: POEMS OF MY NIGHT by Cynthia Pelayo

Snow White’s Shattered Coffin is Horror with Heart [Book Review]

If you’re looking for horror with heart, Cynthia Pelayo’s work will not disappoint. I feel confident in that statement even though I’ve only read two of her books so far. The first was her collection, Poems of My Night, and the most recent—Snow White’s Shattered Coffin. When an author creates quality short fiction and/or poetry, … Continue reading Snow White’s Shattered Coffin is Horror with Heart [Book Review]

Book Review: THE APOCALYPTIC MANNEQUIN by Stephanie Wytovich

I consider myself a “newbie” when it comes to reading and reviewing poetry, as most of my reading consists of prose. However, over this past year I’ve ventured into some horror-themed poetry collections. So, when I was offered a copy of The Apocalyptic Mannequin for review, I happily accepted, for two main reasons. Number one: … Continue reading Book Review: THE APOCALYPTIC MANNEQUIN by Stephanie Wytovich