Jessica Avery

Jessica is a recovering MA student, still trying to find a way to make her trained brain forget some of its rigid academic parameters. Unable to move her study of romance novels to the PhD level she turned instead to blogging about them. Constantly. Until she finds that dream book job she's surfing an administrative desk, and wracking her fingers at the keyboard writing about the books she loves.

Horror in Strange Pages: 6 Creepy Dark Fantasy Books

Dark fantasy is the intersection between horror and fantasy. Pick up these magical reads that will make your skin crawl, including Beneath the Citadel by Destiny Soria and The Bone Shard Daughter by Andrea Stewart.

5 Hair Raising Historical Horror Novels

From the evils of racism to the bottomless maw of capitalism, these historical horror books investigate the dark corners of history.

That’s a Dead Body, Damien: Horror Elements in Eve Silver’s DARK DESIRES

Who says horror and romance can't be in the same room together? Just take a look at Eve Silver's DARK DESIRES horror romance novel.

8 Modern Cosmic Horror Books for a Post-Lovecraft World

Real life is full of existential dread now, so what better way to deal than indulging in the catharsis of modern cosmic horror books like Everything That's Underneath by Kristi DeMeester?

5 Flinch-Worthy Body Horror Comics

Explore the wince-worthy world of body horror comics with this list of some of the best titles, including The Low, Low Woods by Carmen Maria Machado.

10 YA Horror Books to Give You The Chills

Looking for some chills to cool you down this summer? Check out these deliciously creepy YA horror books and prepare for a scare.

8 Horror Books Set In Maine (That Aren’t By Stephen King)

If King is the only Maine horror author you've read, we're here to introduce you to some new authors who've written horror books set in Maine.

Vast and Violent: The Sublime Imagery of Tim Lebbon’s EDEN

A look at the juxtaposition of awe and fear, of the beautiful and the terrible, at the heart of the sublime and in Tim Lebbon's horror eco thriller EDEN.

From Film to Fiction: Creating the Alien Franchise’s Literary Canon

The Alien franchise has developed a significant literary canon to expand upon the film universe. Look at the past, present, and future of these books.

Why Are So Many Scary Books Set in Maine?

So, why are so many scary books set in Maine? One reader takes at a look at the history and lore of the "sinister state of pine and brine."